• Military Family Summit Caucus Q&A

    Fairchild Air Force Base hosted a Military Family Summit Caucus August 17, 2022. The summit included topics such as spouse employment and licensure, child care, health, education and housing. Below are some of the questions the Fairchild community.

  • MTQP enhances training with new aircraft pushback simulator

    The 92nd Maintenance Group Maintenance Qualification Training Program, used virtual reality and implemented a new aircraft pushback simulator to enhance training for new maintenance Airmen. The simulator uses virtual reality technology, creating a low-risk, hands-on environment for Airmen to

  • Team Fairchild Utilizes New Outreach Program, AIM

    The 92nd Air Refueling Wing hosted JROTC students from Wellpinit High School for an Aviation Inspiration Mentorship (AIM) Wing event at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, June 6, 2022. The AIM program is focused on informing, influencing and inspiring the next generation of Air Force aviators

  • Fairchild Skyfest 2022 soars over the Inland Northwest

    Team Fairchild hosted the Fairchild Skyfest 2022 airshow May 14 and 15 to thank the local community for their support and partnerships. The airshow included the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, West Coast Rhino F/A-18 Superhornet Demo team, U.S. Air Force Academy Wings of Blue, and 13 other aerial acts.

  • FAFB Spokane County begin construction on small-arms range

    Fairchild and community representatives announce the historic construction of the Spokane Regional Indoor Small Arms Range to benefit members of the armed forces and law enforcement in Spokane April 13, 2022.This ceremony marked the beginning of construction on the first-of-its-kind facility between

  • MARE prepares FAFB for SkyFest 2022

    Team Fairchild Airmen and other local agencies conducted a Major Accident Response Exercise on April 12, 2022, in preparation for Fairchild SkyFest Airshow and Open House, May 14 and 15.

  • Advanced training keeps KC-135 weapons squadron Airmen agile

    Tucked away in the middle of Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, resides a small contingent of professional KC-135 pilots, navigators and in-flight refueling specialists responsible for developing advanced tactics training used for the one of the Air Force’s oldest aircraft.