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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.
  • Who's the boss: 39th MDOS welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Sarah Evans relinquishes command of the 39th Medical Operations Squadron to Lt. Col. Dana Adrian.
  • 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
  • SMEs integrate with warfighter at guard mount

    By tailoring the way they deliver information, the 39th MDG has made a direct impact by innovating the way we communicate with our Airmen. Armed with more knowledge, defenders are now better equipped to secure and protect the installation.
  • 39 MDG maintains Incirlik’s mission

    High operations tempos can lead to Airmen neglecting their health. Maintaining physical health can prove to be challenging at times, but the 39th Medical Group staff works around the clock to guarantee Airmen are getting proper medical treatment and attention, ensuring wartime readiness. “The 39th MDG is here to serve every day,” said Col.
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