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1970 Karamursel Common Defense Installation Brochure

Courtesy of John Brasko, US Navy, TUSLOG Det. 28

2003-2011 by Author

(BASE LOCATIONS
Applies to Map lower right)


1. Commander's Welcome [maps at end of section]
5. KARAMURSEL Common Defense
   Installation.
6. Travel Information
6. Travel Orders
6. Passports
7. Immunization
8. Household Goods and Unaccompanied Baggage.
8. Expectant Mothers
8. Dependent Children
8. Shipment of Pets
8. Automobile Shipment
9. Automibile Insurance
9. Automobile Inspection
10.Currency Conversion
10.Accompanied Baggage
10.Arrival
11.On-Base Housing
13.Airmen
13.NCO
13.Officer
13.Base Housing
13.Economy Housing
14.Maid Service
15.Medical Services
16.Dispensary
16.Dental Clinic
17.Veterinary Service
17.General Health Information
17.Base Services
19.EES
19.Laundry
21.Commissary
22.Recreational Facilities
22Bowling Lanes.
22.Theater
22.Recreation Center
23.Gymnasium
23.Tennis and Volleyball Courts
23.Golf Course
23.Library
24.Hobby Center
24.Officers' Open Mess
24.Airmen's Club
24.NCO Open Mess
24.Officers and Civilians' Wives' Club
24.NCO Wives' Club
25.Scouting
25.Bathing Beach
25.Skin Diving
27.Rod and Gun Club
27.Yalova Community Center
27.Youth Activities
28.General Interest
28.Education Services
28.Legal Assistance
28.Banking Facilities
28.Credit Union
29.Dependent School
29.Chapel
29.Postal Service
30.American Red Cross
30.Nursery
30.Airmen's Dining Hall
30.AFRS
31.Family Services
32.Turkey Yesterday and Today
[aerial foto of KCDI at end]
33.Yalova Street Map
34.Sword and Shield Dancers
35.NATO and CENTO
36.Geography
37.Population
37.Climate
38.Basic History
40.Ataturk
41.Religion
42.The Turkish People
42.Driving in Turkey
43.Touring Turkey
43.What to See and Do
44.Yalova Transporation Request

COMMANDER'S WELCOME TO KARAMURSEL

15 November 1970

WELCOME TO KARAMURSEL COMMON DEFENSE INSTALLATION !

Your tour here will be one filled with pleasant experiences both in your daily contact with fellow workers and in your recreational and educational activities.

Turkey is an exotic country steeped in age-old tradition and legend. Easily accessible historic landmarks dating back to the Roman Empire dot the countryside.

This pamphlet was prepared to acquaint you a little with Turkey itself and to give you a breif resum of our base facilities and activities.

I hope you will find this pamphlet not only interesting but also of some assistance in planning your trip to and your stay in Turkey.

Supersedes TUSLOG Det 95 PAM 34-1, 1 March 1970.
OPR: DINFO
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