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  • Water conservation: Another pillar of energy efficiency

    It all began with a few base members waiting for their morning cup of joe. These individuals knew something wasn't right when it took about two hours for a coffee maker to brew coffee. After further investigation, they realized the problem was the water used to make the coffee. It was such hard water, it caused a severe build-up of mineral deposits
  • Incirlik fights war on energy consumption

    Every six months, a group of war strategists gather to discuss their battle tactics. Their mission is a tough one; the war they are fighting is very unconventional. Many Incirlik members don't even realize this war is happening right here -- in workplaces, throughout the streets and even in homes. This is a war on energy consumption, and the base
  • Incirlik Airman lives to fight, fights to live

    Whether he's working on computer hard drives, or punching somebody in the face, Staff Sgt. Michael Limiac is meticulous in his work. The 39th Medical Support Squadron medical information systems technician spends much of his day tediously working on computer hardware and software. The gloves have to come off in a job requiring dexterity, attention
  • Destination Turkey: Cappadocia

    With my time beginning to close at Incirlik, I was given an opportunity to reflect back on my tour. This place is definitely a culture-filled country that I never expected to experience. Being the adventurous type, I couldn't imagine becoming a dorm-dweller at my first base. So one of the first places I ventured to within the first few weeks I was
  • Incirlik DRMO to donate $78,000 in furniture to Republic of Georgia

    Incirlik's Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office will donate about $78,000 worth of furniture to the Republic of Georgia. The gesture is a combined effort with support agencies including DRMO, the U.S. State Department and the non-governmental aid group, A Call to Serve. ACTS is the organization in Georgia helping put the furniture in-place.
  • Patriot Village stands ready to house, serve troops

    Contingency dorm operations; that's what it would normally be called. This fenced-off, seemingly deserted commune stands lonely and quiet for extended periods of time. However, its purpose is not to continuously bustle with life, but to be ready at a moment's notice when called upon. A village within a village - Patriot Village serves a very
  • Post 9/11 GI Bill ready to come online August

    Incirlik Airmen, along with other veterans across the globe, are ready to begin school as the new Montgomery GI Bill activates August 1. Named the Post 9/11 GI Bill, President George W. Bush signed the bill into law June 30, 2008. The new GI Bill has many improvements from its previous incarnates, including, in most cases, a basic allowance for
  • Newsbriefs

    2007 Youth Soccer Season: August 27- November 3 Registration is on-going now through August 17. If you want to compete this season, please stop by the Youth Center to register today. Call Youth Center at 676-6670 with any questions. Volunteer Coaches Needed: Volunteer sports coaches are needed for the upcoming Youth Soccer and Flag Football
  • News Briefs for August 13 to August 17

    2007 Youth Soccer Season: August 27- November 3 Registration is on-going now through August 17. If you want to compete this season, please stop by the Youth Center to register today. Call Youth Center at 676-6670 with any questions. Volunteer Coaches Needed: Volunteer sports coaches are needed for the upcoming Youth Soccer and Flag Football
  • News Briefs for July 23 to July 27

    Sultan's Inn New "Test" Hours: Monday, July 30 - Friday, August 10Due to customer requests we will be having a trial test period for these proposed new hours: Breakfast: 4:30 to 8:30 a.m.(staying open an extra 30 min) Lunch: 11 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. (Opening 30 min later) There will be no changes for dinner, midnight, or the early breakfast hours on
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