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Col. Matthew Fritz, Air Mobility Command Acquisition Requirements Division chief and prior 92nd Air Refueling Wing vice commander, and Capt. Brandon Scott, 92nd ARW executive officer, were chosen as 2017 PACE award recipients for their outstanding leadership and dedication to their team during the LIFT summit. (Courtesy Photo
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Col. Matthew Fritz, Air Mobility Command Acquisition Requirements Division chief and prior 92nd Air Refueling Wing vice commander, and Capt. Brandon Scott, 92nd ARW executive officer, were chosen as 2017 PACE award recipients for their outstanding leadership and dedication to their team during the LIFT summit. (Courtesy Photo
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LIFT 2017 highlighted 19 storytellers during the course of one day when they shared stories of inspiration, innovation, character and leadership. The storytellers were a diverse group of professionals who have led and inspired in a variety of venues: military, community, business and life. (Courtesy Photo)
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Staff Sgt. Steven Doucette, 92nd Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology shift lead, and Staff Sgt. Steven Bultemeier, 92nd MXS aircraft metals technology craftsman, use the Computer Numerically Controlled lathe April 26, 2018, at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. The CNC lathe is imperative to reverse engineering and manufacturing the main inlet fuel coupling needed to refuel coalition aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sean Campbell)
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Staff Sgt. Steven Doucette, 92nd Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology shift lead, and Staff Sgt. Steven Bultemeier, 92nd MXS aircraft metals technology craftsman, work on code April 26, 2018, at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. The code instructs the Computer Numerically Controlled lathe on how to manufacture the main inlet fuel coupling. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sean Campbell)
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In January 2018, 92nd Maintenance Squadron hydraulics flight Airmen were facing a challenge: a multi-point refueling system, used to refuel coalition aircraft, had been grounded due to a coupling needing to be replaced. The main inlet fuel coupling is an essential part of the system, creating a seamless flow of fuel from the fuel line into the MPRS pod. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sean Campbell)
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The main inlet fuel coupling is an essential part of the multi-point refueling system, creating a seamless flow of fuel from the fuel line into the MPRS pod. As the first aircraft metals technology Airmen to ever attempt to reverse engineer the part, it took Staff Sgt. Steven Doucette, 92nd Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology shift lead, and Staff Sgt. Steven Bultemeier, 92nd MXS aircraft metals technology craftsman, three weeks to have a finished product. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sean Campbell)
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ALS graduation 18 Delta
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A school liaison provides support for military families transitioning in and out of Fairchild and acts as the “middle man” between the base, military families and the local community. Fairchild is surrounded by 11 different school districts, all offering various resources, extracurricular activities and academics. (Courtesy Photo)
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Fairchild's Finest
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Kitara McClure-Johnson,Step Ahead Recognition System (STARS) Approved Training of Washington director, speaks about her experiences growing up in Chicago's inner city at the Leaders Inspiring For Tomorrow event at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, April 27, 2018. McClure-Johnson commented on how support and connections are essential for surviving difficult times as a leader, and connections with others are dependent on vulnerability. (U.S. Air Force Photo/SrA Ryan Lackey)
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Oregon Air National Guard Airmen from Kingsley Field and civil engineer officers from multiple locations across the U.S. pose for a photo after a structural live fire exercise at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, April 18, 2018. Kingsley Field firefighters, who lacked adequate training facilities, and civil engineer officers, who required fire marshal certification, both seized an opportunity for joint training with Fairchild during a week-long training effort. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jesenia Landaverde)
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Senior Airman Jonathan Jones, 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Department firefighter, refills a self-contained breathing apparatus during a simulated aircraft live fire at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, April 18, 2018. The 92nd CES Fire Department coordinated and facilitated the classroom and hands-on portions of this joint service fire training and fire marshal training course. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jesenia Landaverde)
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Oregon Air National Guard Airmen from Kingsley Field and civil engineer officers from various locations across the U.S. walk into an aircraft’s interior during a live fire training at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, April 18, 2018. The rigorous hands-on training consists of aircraft and structure live-fire scenarios. This gave both groups training in all aspects of firefighting such as emergency mitigation, prevention, communications, health, safety and mutual aid support to their local communities. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jesenia Landaverde )
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Col. Scot Heathman, 92nd Air Refueling Wing vice commander, kicks off the Leaders Inspiring For Tomorrow event at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, April 27, 2018.  LIFT came to Team Fairchild for it's second year in a row, giving Airmen to opportunity to hear from industry professionals about how to become a better leader. (U.S. Air Force Photo/SrA Ryan Lackey)
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Sylvie Di Guisto, corporate trainer and image consultant, gave insights into the psychology of making first impression at the Leaders Inspiring For Tomorrow event at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, April 27, 2018.  Di Guisto relayed that it only takes moments before someone begins to start making assumptions and forming opinions of us, even more so in social media, so taking control of your image is of paramount importance. (U.S. Air Force Photo/SrA Ryan Lackey)
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