Incirlik Airmen get new development center
By Airman 1st Class Tom Kennedy, Detachment 7, Air Force News Agency
/ Published February 07, 2007
INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey (AFNEWS) --
Incirlik AB's new Professional Development Center recently opened its doors to Airmen.
The center features two large classrooms equipped with flexible seating and projectors, a computer lab with 20 network capable computers and the hall of history, which allows visitors a glance at Incirlik AB throughout its existence.
Master Sgt. Steven Mullens, the base career assistance advisor, is in charge of scheduling use of the new facility, which he said is designed to host all professional enhancement seminars. It also serves as a base of operations for inspection teams and other visiting groups visiting the base. Comment on this story (comments may be published on Air Force Link)
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