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  • Beneath the microscope

    A drop of blood or a specimen can tell a medical provider many things about a person from their oxygen levels to diagnosing diseases. Here at Incirlik, the 39th Medical Support Squadron laboratory technicians take those samples and use them to assist medical providers with patient diagnoses and treatment plans.
  • BMETs: Fixing equipment that takes cares of people

    The 39th Medical Support Squadron biomedical equipment technicians keep medical equipment running to provide Airmen the care they need. Biomedical equipment techs advise medical staff and other agencies on biomedical equipment operational theory, physiological principles and safe applications. These technicians also repair broken equipment throughout the clinic and serve as the experts in knowing the electrical, technological and physiological aspects of the equipment they maintain.
  • Fitness Center Renovation

    Team Titan members who frequent the fitness centers on base have likely noticed renovations to the facilities. These renovations will not only enhance the infrastructure and increase safety, but will also ensure all three fitness centers are used to their fullest extent.
  • Consent, intervene, support

    Can I kiss you? Those words echoed the room and all that came back was silence. This was the first question posed to the floor during a Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month event hosted here, which focused on educating Airmen on how to build positive relationships while encouraging constructive interactions among all people.
  • IG names SFS Airman superior performer

    Lt. Col. Robert LaMore, 39th Air Base Wing inspector general, presented a coin to Airman 1st Class James Cline, 39th Security Forces Squadron modern facility operator, April 17, 2019, at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. The IG and the Wing Inspection Team identified Cline as a superior performer during a recent exercise where he administered self-aid buddy care to wounded individuals and fireman carried injured personnel out of the affected area to a safe location for treatment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Trevor Gordnier)
  • Saving time, preserving the mission

    Charged by the Air Force to streamline processes and find more innovative ways to conduct ancillary training, one 39th Air Base Wing Senior NCO here found a way to reduce time and increase effectiveness by combining Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, Suicide Prevention, Force Protection, Laws of Armed Conflict, Religious Freedom and Environmental Management into one brief.
  • Checks, balances

    With responsibilities ranging from providing power of attorneys to advising on multi-million dollar international contracts, the 39th Air Base Wing Office of the Staff Judge Advocate verified and substantiated every action taken by their team in the past two years, ensuring compliance with all regulations and laws during the recent Unit Effectiveness and Article 6 Inspections.
  • The Bloody Hundredth fuels exercise African Lion 2019

    U.S. Air Force KC-135 Stratotankers from the 100th Air Refueling Wing, RAF Mildenhall, England, refueled Air Force and Royal Moroccan Air Force F-16s during exercise African Lion 2019 from April 1-4 over the skies of Morocco.
  • Talented titan

    Happy Titan Tuesday! Today’s Talented Titan is Airman 1st Class David Engle from the 39th Air Base Wing Command Post. These days Engle is an emergency actions controller, but prior to joining he was controlling the unpredictable wildfires that plagued the west coast. While he isn’t putting out wildfires today, he credits the skills he learned over the 10-year timespan with his sound decision making tactics in high stress situations that saved countless lives and resources. Now that’s what we call Titan Strong and we are proud to have him on our team.
  • WSA leads the way

    When looking at an individual puzzle piece, it is not always easy to see how the different pieces come together. The faces of the 39th Wing Staff Agencies is a collection of photos that highlights the unique aspects of each puzzle piece who come together to provide command management and a wide variety of services for Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. The following agencies work directly for wing leadership: Wing Administration, Protocol, Public Affairs, Wing Plans, Inspector General, Staff Judge Advocate, Safety, Equal Opportunity, Historian, Chapel, Command Post, Violence Prevention, Information Protection, Community Support, Drug Demand Reduction and Sexual Assault Prevention and Response. As a completed puzzle WSA helps to further the 39th Air Base Wing’s mission providing support to NATO allies in the southern region.
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