Well, not exactly. "Following the failed coup attempt in Turkey several days ago by some members of the military, 6,000 people have been arrested, with President Erdogan vowing to purge the “virus” that caused the revolt.
Now following the turmoil in the region, the Incirlik Air Base in Turkey has been placed on lockdown, and US forces are currently being held hostage unable to leave the area." Stated here
This isn't a "hostage" event at all. No one is on the base restricting anyone. This happens in Japan pretty often where service members are restricted to "on base" Political BS. So now you know the full story. Time for a C-Gar