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  • 39th MDSS welcomes new commander

    A photo story of the 39th Medical Support Squadron change of command ceremony as Lt. Col. Robert Orlando takes command.
  • Titans of Incirlik

    A brief photo story of how the service members at Incirlik Air Base stay in shape to not only maintain the standards of the Air Force, but to be Titan strong.
  • Airmen appreciation BBQ

    On March 29, the wing leadership of Incirlik Air Base held an Airmen Appreciation BBQ to recogninze the hard work and dedication of Airmen from across the wing.
  • 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.
  • Talented Titan

  • New year, new opportunity

    With many people looking for a fresh start in the New Year, the 39th Force Support Squadron at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, provides many tools to maintain the mission, as well as to advance service members.
  • Larger than life

    Congratulations to Staff Sgt. Casey “Chili” Chillemi, 39th Maintenance Squadron munition operations NCO in charge, for winning the Larger Than Life Award at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, Dec. 26, 2018. Chillemi received the award for collaborating with NATO partners to correct 37 accounting errors prior to the Defense and Economic Cooperation Inspection to ensure they were 100% compliant. He also trained 20 Honor Guard members, totaling 130 hours of training hours in 12 days.
  • Not all heroes wear capes

    As U.S. Air Force Airmen, it is our job to meet the Air Force’s priorities of restoring readiness, strengthening alliances, driving innovation and developing exceptional leaders. With innovation and readiness at the forefront of our force, one U.S. Air Force Airman found a way to use those ideas to aid Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, by developing a solution to improve tomorrow’s readiness. As a way to support the safety and readiness of Airmen across the installation, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Gary Bass, 39th Security Forces Squadron police services NCO in charge, developed Midnight Titans.
  • 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
  • Without tanker gas, there is no fight

    “F-35’s (Lightning II) and F-22’s (Raptor) look really nice on a ramp somewhere, but if they don’t have a tanker to get them to the fight, they are no good. They are just static displays,” explained U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Clay Dotson, 22nd Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron KC-135 Stratotanker instructor boom operator. Due to the limited
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