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  • 39th ABW hosts 2020 National Prayer Breakfast

    The 39th Air Base Wing Chaplain Corps hosted the annual National Prayer Breakfast at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, Feb. 20.Service members and civilian employees from the U.S. and other NATO allies attended the event which celebrated more than 200 years of religious freedom.The National Prayer

  • Titan’s Refuge: arrive as strangers, leave as friends

    A welcome sign adorns the front desk at Titan’s Refuge Ministry Center Dec. 18, 2019, at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. The Titan’s Refuge offers military members and civilian employees on the installation a place to decompress and socialize with colleagues. Airman ministry centers, such as the Titan’s

  • St. Nicholas: the legend behind the myth

    Imagine a random man hopping onto your roof in the middle of the night, breaking into your home, eating your food and leaving gifts behind. This is not the kind of person most people want to meet.Also bear in mind this man probably evades taxes by setting up his business in an austere location, and

  • Titans’ Refuge gears up for grand opening

    The Titans’ Refuge Ministry Center is set to open its doors to the Incirlik Air Base populace, here, May 5.The Titans’ Refuge, an Incirlik chaplain corps project, is a place where individuals can go to unwind during down-time, and make connections with one another.“This will be a tremendous outlet

  • Incirlik chapel, mental health visit Site D

    In an effort to foster interpersonal relationships, Airmen from the 39th Air Base Wing chapel and mental health clinic visited Diyarbakir Air Base, April 26 - 28. During their trip, the Airmen met with different base units to check on quality of life and well-being.“We came out to Site D to provide

  • Wisniewski Chapel dedication

    The chapel at Diyarbakir Air Base was dedicated in honor of Capt. David A. “Wiz” Wisniewski, an HH-60 Pave Hawk pilot, March 28.It has become a tradition in the rescue community to name new bases of operation after those who have lost their lives in service of others, “doing these things we do that