(Lynn S. Langfield/Stars and Stripes)

Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, July 7, 1964: Airman 1st Class John F. Cody from Jacksonville, Fla., checks the program monitor in the control booth of the Armed Forces Radio-TV station at Adana, Turkey. Cody is in charge of radio and television production at the station. Nine AFTV service members produce the station’s TV and radio broadcasts. Even with limited resources and space comprising of a small 15-by-20-foot studio, AFTV Incirlik Air Base in Turkey still manages to produce enough programming to fill their weekday 4 p.m. to midnight, and 12 to 12 weekend time slots with original programming.

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