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  • Larger Than Life

    Congratulations to Tech. Sgt. William Atchley and Airman 1st Class Samatha Hepfer who's hard work earned both of them the Larger Than Life award at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, Nov. 9 2018.
  • Spanish tour the 728th AMS

    Airmen of the 728th Air Mobility Squadron gave memebers of the Spanish Army a tour of a U.S. Air Force C-5m Super Galaxy and explained how they maintain the Incirlik mission.
  • CSAF initiative ignites Incirlik Airmen

    Two squadrons recently teamed up to execute U.S Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David L. Goldfein's guidance to give time back to the warfighter by reducing deployments. Through reevaluating manning positions, the 728th Air Mobility Squadron and 313th Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron redeployed a tactician from Incirlik for the last time in the foreseeable future.
  • Agencies integrate to fulfill European mission

    There are many factors that go into how the Airmen of Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, receive their food, household goods and supplies. Before the product is delivered to the customer, many moving parts and multiple agencies must work together seamlessly. When it comes to receiving food and cargo, the 728th Air Mobility Squadron, 39th Medical Group public health office and the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron customs liaison office must come together and collaborate to ensure the products are delivered in a safe and timely manner for public consumption. The process starts with the 728th receiving and offloading an aircraft full of resources.
  • Regained inspiration fuels WCAP hopeful

    When Lopez-Cepero’s winds down from the end of his duty day, he removes his camouflage uniform and puts on a red, white and blue, skin-tight body suit- not to fight crime but to strive for success.For U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Bryant Lopez-Cepero, former 728th Air Mobility Squadron unit training manager, formerly stationed at Incirlik Air Base,
  • Incirlik AB scooter safety course

    While at most U.S. Air Force installations, service members often have personally owned vehicles as a primary form of transportation, but due to unique circumstances at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, this is not an option. Since service members are not able to ship their POV to Incirlik, the main modes of transportation are biking, walking, renting a vehicle or the most common- riding a scooter.
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