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  • Incirlik physician helps Airmen stay fit during COVID-19 pandemic

    INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey — Fitness centers are closed across a number of military installations around the U.S. and abroad over COVID-19 concerns, but one Incirlik physician has found a way to help keep Airmen fit at home.
  • SAPR: 15 years of serving sexual assault survivors

    Many Airmen in today’s Air Force are familiar with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program. SAPR has offices throughout the Air Force led by coordinators and volunteer victim advocates.
  • "Why"

    Perhaps the most perplexing enigma about the question “why” is this: while it is one of the most asked questions, it is also very often not answered. This is the somber concept Master Sgt. Teve Molioo, along with his former unit, wrestled with one fateful morning.
  • Titan U: continuously developing Airmen

    Short tours can seem daunting at first glance. And it may leave some thinking how they can make that year away from home productive.
  • Providing equality to Titans

    “What gets me up in the morning is part of what drives me throughout my day… my need for improvement.”These are the words that motivate Master Sgt. Ashley Martin to succeed and help her fellow Airmen.As the 39th Air Base Wing’s Equal Opportunity director, Martin nurtures an environment free from personal, social or institutional barriers that could
  • Tech. Sgt. Jordan Holmes: a driven woman

    “No one is going to hand you anything, you’ve got to go out and work hard for it,” said Tech. Sgt. Jordan Holmes, 39th Air Base Wing Safety occupational safety technician.
  • A chance at a brighter future

    “You’re here with me because nobody else wants you,” Master Sgt. Debbie Jackson recalled one of her relatives saying. “That line stuck with me for a very long time.”
  • “As long as we are alive, we can rebuild”

    Tech. Sgt. Jim Araos was just 10 years old when he tried to kill his father, Mikas, in his sleep.
  • SecAF visits Incirlik AB

    Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett visited various U.S. facilities and met with Airmen assigned to the 39th Air Base Wing Feb. 15. She was immersed into the role and mission of the wing and the impact of the Airmen stationed here.
  • 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