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  • The bike with two fronts

    A bike is not hard to describe: two tires, two pedals, some gears and two handle bars. The back tire is fixed in place while the front tire can move left to right. But like many things, there are always exceptions.A bike owned by Staff Sgt. Eric Mann, 39th Air Base Wing Public Affairs broadcast journalist, could be described much differently: a
  • Airman saves life, continues helping others

    While on leave in Alabama for the holidays, one Incirlik Titan and his father noticed the scene of a fiery crash that unknowingly to them, left one person unconscious in the vehicle.  Staff Sgt. Corey Bryant, 39th Security Forces Squadron vault storage area supervisor, and his father had just left their relative’s store when the duo noticed the
  • Still in Afghanistan

    U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Keith Corcoran, Airman and Family Readiness Center superintendent, was just 20 years old when he deployed to Afghanistan in 2004 out of Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts.
  • Outdoor Recreation: a break from the mundane

    Imagine the edge of a canyon cliff side speckled with wild flowers. Cool fresh air fills the sky above a beautifully constructed bridge spanning across the width of the canyon. A small trickling stream glistens in the sun at the very bottom.What may seem like a scene out of a movie is now a reality for Airmen at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, thanks to
  • I won’t be home for the Holidays

    Leaning unevenly, with several branches nearly broken off, a second-hand Christmas tree with one string of lights illuminates the room. The single strand of lights is stretched thin, weaved in-between a variety of generic Christmas decorations, all except one.In the center of the tree hangs a homemade ornament. A tiny hand print cast into clay. For
  • FTAC: Preparing first term Airmen

    After U.S Air Force Airmen arrive at their initial duty location, they begin the transition from operating in a structured training regimen taught at Basic Military Training and technical school, to a mission oriented mentality. Before they can perform their duties and dive into the operational side of work, they must attend the First Term Airman Course. The course, which is provided by every installation, is designed to help ease the transition and development of Airmen as they begin their career in the operational U.S. Air Force.
  • Incirlik NCO competes in Ms. Veteran America 2016

    An Incirlik NCO who volunteered her time to bring out the beauty in homeless women, was recognized for her efforts in a competition for female veterans.Tech. Sgt. Antonia Williams, 39th Air Base Wing Equal Opportunity counselor, could have never fathomed she would be chosen as one of six U.S. Air Force representatives in the Ms. Veteran America
  • Marines, Prowlers at Incirlik in support of OIR

    U.S. Marines deployed to Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, add a distinct piece to the puzzle of Operation INHERENT RESOLVE in supporting the fight against Da’esh.Prowler maintenance Marines support the fight against ISIS by ensuring their aircraft are ready to go at a moment's notice. U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Peter Frieslander, Tactical Electronic Warfare
  • Chief Shadow: Staff Sgt. Chelsea Baker

    Name/rank: Staff Sgt. Chelsea BakerSquadron: 39th Contracting SquadronJob title: Contract AdministratorJob description and how do you contribute to the 39 ABW's mission?Acquiring everything we use, if it is not in the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron supply chain we buy it. If the 39th Civil Engineer Squadron can't build it, we build it. If the
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