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  • Airman desires to help others after recovery from alcoholism

    Two years ago, Senior Airman Matthew Fouard, an air traffic controller assigned to the 39th Operations Support Squadron Radar Approach Control (RAPCON), checked himself into Cannon Air Force Base’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment program (ADAPT). The program focuses on promoting

  • Month of the Military Child: “Goodbye, hello… goodbye again”

    Many military men and women have to be away from their loved ones for months at a time. The wait to reunite can feel like an eternity. His wife was due to give birth Dec.17, but he would not be able to depart Incirlik until Dec. 10. The issue he had to face was people moving to their next duty

  • 39th SFS remembers MWD Bruno

    INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey -- Losing a pet is an event many might describe as similar to losing a loved one. It may be difficult for some to understand the bond between an animal and owner, but it's not a bond that should be taken lightly. This is a bond that many Military Working Dog (MWD) handlers

  • Incirlik sentries unwavered by COVID-19

    Defenders spend every waking moment standing watch, ready to defend the base at a moment’s notice. The weight of their weapons and gear can be overbearing at times, causing physical stress on the body, but can also put emotional stress on the heart and mind.As the light crests the mountains

  • IG inspections aim to help and teach, not hurt

    When it comes to 39th Air Base Wing’s Inspector General’s office, there is more than just the complaint process that contributes to the support and protection of NATO missions and people throughout Turkey.

  • 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.