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Default Air Force Logo Iron – Do you get enough?
The wheels started turning Jan. 23, both realistically and figuratively, as the Inland Northwest Blood Center blood drive hauled their mobile blood-donating bus to the Base Exchange and a curiosity was sparked about the number of folks who were not able to donate blood because of an iron deficiency - women especially. Not only can an iron
0 1/24
2008
Tops in Blue, the Air Force's expeditionary entertainment unit, is scheduled to perform at the Northern Quest Casino in Airway Heights, Wash., Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public. Tops in Blue is an all active-duty special unit comprised of 35 talented vocalists, musicians and dancers. Transportation will be provided to the show. Buses leave beginning at 5:45 p.m. from the Deel Community Center. Please contact Tad Miles at the Deel Community Center, 247-2619, to make reservations. Those individuals riding the bus will be amongst the first people seated for the show. Tops in Blue: Preparation for an incredible event
Getting ready for a large event takes an astronomical effort on many parts. And it's no different when referring to preparation for the arrival of the Air Force's prime expeditionary entertainment unit, Tops in Blue. Tops in Blue is scheduled to perform at the Northern Quest Casino in Airway Heights, Wash. Jan. 17. "The Fly By" theme, celebrating
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2008
Tops in Blue, the Air Force's expeditionary entertainment unit, is scheduled to perform at the Northern Quest Casino in Airway Heights, Wash., Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public. Tops in Blue is an all active-duty special unit comprised of 35 talented vocalists, musicians and dancers. Transportation will be provided to the show. Buses leave beginning at 5:45 p.m. from the Deel Community Center. Please contact Tad Miles at the Deel Community Center, 247-2619, to make reservations. Those individuals riding the bus will be amongst the first people seated for the show. A history of Tops in Blue
For nearly 50 years, the Air Force's expeditionary entertainment unit has performed for countless people all over the world. From the United States to Honduras to Japan to the Netherlands, Tops in Blue continuously presents their musical, comedic and dramatic acts to a global audience. It all began in 1953 when the Air Force Worldwide Talent
0 1/08
2008
Default Air Force Logo Not a Soldier’s Christmas
He couldn't have been a day over 20. His face was covered with the dirt of battle, yet was cleanly shaven; that is, if he even had to shave. He had the Army standard headgear and uniform, but both had seen some wear over the past few months. He was wet and freezing cold, and he knew his mission this night was just getting underway. Although he was
0 12/18
2007
FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE, Wash. -- Airman Cristy Lagazo, 92nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron public health technician, was recently chosen to join the 2008 Tops in Blue tour as a performer from February 2008 to February 2009. (Courtesy graphic) Fairchild Airman makes dream come true
At four years old, she began to understand the beauty of music. She bypassed singing lessons, learning to sing from her heart and following the tunes of her family members.Years later, Airman Cristy Lagazo, 92nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron public health technician, has developed her singing talent enough to be chosen as a 2008 performer in the Tops
0 12/18
2007
FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE, Wash. -- Cherese McCoy, 92nd Services Squadron sports specialist, gives instructions to members of the Masters Swim Team at the base pool Dec. 5. Mrs. McCoy is one of the coaches for the swim team that meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The class is open to the base populous free of charge. Coach McCoy was a competitive swimmer for 14 years who competed in her first triathlon at the age of 15. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Larry W. Carpenter Jr.) A swimmer’s challenge
Are you looking to burn a lot of calories, gain some strength or build your cardio-respiratory fitness? How about learning an activity easy on the joints that you can enjoy in later in life with the whole family? The Master's Swim Team would be the perfect group to join if you answered yes to any of the above questions. The team, which meets on
0 12/06
2007
Default Air Force Logo Military OneSource
A program that is unknown to its designated clientele is useless. A resource unknown to those who might benefit from it is ineffective. Though, there are simple tools available to servicemembers and their families that are designated to assist those who need guidance in finding resources. One such tool is www.militaryonesource.com, a Web site
0 11/29
2007
Default Air Force Logo Happy Birthday 92nd Wing!
Nov. 17, marks the 60th anniversary of the 92nd Wing. In September, Fairchild celebrated this year's diamond anniversaries of both the Air Force and the wing during the Air Force Ball and with special cake cutting and flag retreat ceremonies. When the 92nd Bombardment Wing was established at Spokane Army Air Field (the current site of Fairchild Air
0 11/15
2007
FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE, Wash. – Airman 1st Class Jake Sevy checks Senior Airman Justin Reiter’s, identification card at an entrance to the Thunderbolt 08-01 exercise headquarters. Both Airmen from the 22nd Training Squadron participated in the three-day exercise that simulated a deployment to Korea. (U.S. Air Force photo / Airman 1st Class Darlene West) Thunderbolt exercise shows aspect of deployment
Approximately 200 members of Team Fairchild participated in Thunderbolt 08-01, an exercise that simulated sending the Airmen on a deployment to an overseas location, as the 801st Air Expeditionary Wing. In reality, the Airmen were transported to Camp Airey here to conduct operations similar to those in a deployment. The simulated mission was to
0 11/08
2007
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Members of the 93rd Air Refueling Squadron visit with veterans at the U.S. Veterans Medical Center nursing home Oct. 26. This was one of the many volunteering ventures the 93rd ARS has conducted in the past few months. (U.S. Air Force photo / Airman 1st Class Kali L. Gradishar) 93rd ARS makes giving a way of life
It has been said that people think their troubles are colossal in comparison to what others face. Though, once they open their eyes to the world, they see that their troubles are nothing in light of what others must overcome. This is one of the reasons the 93rd Air Refueling Squadron here has taken a leap into the community to find ways to make a
0 11/01
2007
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