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Default Air Force Logo Government Shutdown Ends, Report for Duty
With the U.S. Government back up and running, we look forward to having all of Team Fairchild back in the seat tomorrow.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Reporting for Duty During Government Shutdown
All military and civilian personnel are required to report to work on Monday, Jan. 22, 2018.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Government Shutdown; ways it affects Fairchild
Many of you are aware we are now living through the reality of another government shutdown. But know this, we will still be ready to provide our nation with one of the greatest capabilities our Air Force provides, aerial refueling. Until we receive an agreement from Congress, we will continue to perform another very important and critical function ... taking care of each other. Stay informed and keep your leadership aware of your questions and especially if you need help. We will get through this together.
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The 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron’s Fire Department training dummy, “Major Dummy,” displays safety by wearing a seatbelt at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, Dec. 21, 2017. The Medical Cost Reimbursement Program recovers the cost of medical care rendered to Air Force beneficiaries (active duty, retirees and dependents) as a result of injuries caused by third parties.  These cases can include: motor vehicle accidents, motorcycle accidents. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jesenia Landaverde) MCRP recovers millions for the AF
The Medical Cost Reimbursement Program recovers the cost of medical care rendered to Air Force beneficiaries (active duty, retirees and dependents) as a result of injuries caused by third parties.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo AFCEC further expands area for PFOS/PFOA water sampling
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center has expanded the current sampling area for Perfluorooctanesulfonate (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) to include more private well owners.
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2018
36RQS 18000 hour flight Fairchild Huey reaches 18,000 flight hours
A 36th Rescue Squadron UH-1N Huey number 6648 achieved more than 18,000 flight hours, here Jan. 11, the most flight hours for this airframe in the Air Force.
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Lt. Gen. Mark Ediger, U.S. Air Force Surgeon General, speaks with 92nd Medical Group Airmen during his visit to Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, Jan. 11, 2018. The Airmen discussed their experiences with integration of the Military Health System GENISIS program, the new Department of Defense electronic healthcare record system. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Whitney Laine) AF Surgeon General visits Fairchild medical Airmen
The U.S. Air Force Surgeon General visited here Jan. 11 and 12, to speak with, and learn from 92nd Medical Group leadership and Airmen.
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Lt. Col. Lisa McLeod (center), 141st Maintenance Group commander, assumed command of the 141st MXG from Col. David Dixon (right), during a change of command ceremony Jan. 6, 2018, at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. McLeod assumed command after serving as the 141st MXG deputy commander. Col. Johan Deutscher (left), 141st Air Refueling Wing commander, presided over the ceremony. (U.S. Air National Guard photo/Staff Sgt. Rose Lust) 141st Maintenance Group recieves new commander
Lt. Col. Lisa McLeod (center), 141st Maintenance Group commander, assumed command of the 141st MXG from Col. David Dixon (right), during a change of command ceremony Jan. 6, 2018, at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. McLeod assumed command after serving as the 141st MXG deputy commander. Col. Johan Deutscher (left), 141st Air Refueling Wing commander, presided over the ceremony. (U.S. Air National Guard photo/Staff Sgt. Rose Lust)
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Justice Files: November 2017
During the month of November 2017, three Airmen received nonjudicial punishment under Article 15, Uniform Code of Military Justice, three Airmen were involuntarily separated and one Airman was administratively demoted. Commanders used the following actions as means of punishment, rehabilitation and maintaining good order and discipline.
0 1/09
2018
On Feb. 1, 2018, copayments for prescription drugs at TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery and retail pharmacies will increase. These changes are required by law and affect TRICARE beneficiaries who are not active duty service members. To see the new TRICARE pharmacy copayments, visit www.tricare.mil/pharmacycosts. To learn more about the TRICARE Pharmacy Program, or move your prescriptions to home delivery, visit www.tricare.mil/pharmacy. (courtesy photo) Increases to TRICARE pharmacy copayments coming Feb. 1, 2018
On Feb. 1, 2018, copayments for prescription drugs at TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery and retail pharmacies will increase. These changes are required by law and affect TRICARE beneficiaries who are not active duty service members.
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2018
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