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  • ADAPT: combatting substance abuse correctly

    When you are faced with an internal battle, the Air force provides many avenues to seek help. Whether this avenue is mental health or a wingman, the tools provided to keep Airmen at their best are available 24/7. One resource provided is the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment program, commonly known as ADAPT. This is a program used to not only help Airmen when an alcohol-related incident occurs, but to also provide tools to curb habits before they start.
  • 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.
  • Trimming the holiday fat

    As a way to aid the U.S. Air Force in advancing Airmen and maintaining the most advanced and lethal force the world has seen, the Health Promotions flight of the 39th Medical Operations Squadron is offering services to help service members “cut the fat” and maintain overall fitness.By teaching service members about nutrition, fitness, sleep and
  • ADAPT and overcome

    From celebrating a promotion, to saying goodbye before departing for a new duty station, going out for drinks is not an uncommon practice amongst military members.
  • Lifitng for Wellness

    From marathons to powerlifting, service members represent the U.S. Air Force by living the core values, as well as staying in shape to maintain the mission.Since fitness is an important initiative throughout the military, members at Incirlik Air Base have found different methods of physical activity to be mission ready. On Sept. 29, 2018, the base
  • Titan U Warrior Program

    Congratulations to U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Christopher Atkins, 39th Medical Operations Squadron medical technician, for completing the Titan University Warrior Program at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, July 31, 2018.
  • Playing it safe by guarding your smile

    With the onset of summer weather, sports on Incirlik Air Base are in full swing. However, with more people playing sports comes the potential of increased injuries.
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