Who did what is murky and the whole "byzantine" nature of the events is, as it is put, "tl;dr" for poor little old moi.
The Neutralist only hopes for some good to come out of this.
It turns out that there are a goodly number of nukes in some state of readiness or unreadiness at the Incirlik air base. Why they are there decades after the end of the USSR is a question I have no answer for. We certainly don't think they need to be there at all.
It is increasingly apparent that the Erdogan regime is not in complete agreement with the NATO mission and that is not itself coherent with any precision.
The regime is trying to link an exiled cleric named Gulen to the coup. That may or not be so, but why does this political operative from another country get to be the biggest charter school guy in the country?
The Turk regime threatened to close Incirlik if we don't turn Gulen over. the Neutralist would not want to send someone back to Turkey unless the grounds were truly legitimate.
It would be, however, happy circumstance if the Turks have reason to get him back, but only if we can give back the airbase, and bring the nukes home. That would be a win win win for the US.
The Erdogan regime has been playing the Obama administration like a banjo. Their deep state is something a lot different from us.
In the immortal words of Martin Mull, "It's too hard to say au revoir, lets just hor d'oevre.
According to the invaluable Colonel Lang, this is much more urgent than the Neutralist thoght.