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  • You’ve got help: Clinic creates new ways to treat mental health

    Those words once described the video teleconference machines in the 39th Medical Operations Squadron mental health clinic until the innovative Airmen here found a new way to use them. Creating a new routine with the existing capabilities, providers can now provide readily accessible mental health care for all of Incirlik Air Base’s permanent party personnel, deployers and geographically separated units.
  • Pushing past the limit

    “How strong are you? I’m too strong!” Our very own Capt. Theresa Whittler lives by the Airman’s Creed when she’s treating patients at the 39th Medical Operations Squadron #MDOS and this famous Titan Creed when she’s in the gym pushing her body past its limits. We’re proud to have #TitanTuesday Capt. Whittler on our side because she is the epitome of what it means to be #TitanStrong!
  • Four Chaplains' Run

    The Four Chaplains’ Run was hosted by the chaplain team in memory of four World War II Army chaplains who sacrificed their own lives aboard the USS Dorchester by giving up their lifejackets to save others as the ship sank. The four chaplains commemorated were 1st Lt. George L. Fox, Methodist; 1st Lt. Alexander D. Goode, Jewish; 1st Lt. John P. Washington, Roman Catholic; and 1st Lt. Clark V. Poling, Dutch Reformed.
  • A-M-M-O, keeps the mission rumbling on

    If it involves a “boom” it’s almost guaranteed that the 39th Maintenance Squadron Munitions Flight, also known as Ammo, was involved.
  • Faces of Maintenance

    The 39th Maintenance Squadron supports the 39th Air Base Wing, U.S., NATO and U.S. European Command Southern Region with intermediate-level aircraft maintenance, conventional munitions and war reserve material in support of Overseas Contingency Operations.
  • We've got GRIT

    If you’ve ever worn a U.S. Air Force name tape, then you probably heard the saying “get to know your Airmen,” but what does that really mean? One meaning is to find ways to foster positive exchanges through candid discussions; Airmen USAFE-wide know this method as Operation GRIT.
  • Talented Titan

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