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  • 92nd ARW leaders visit March ARB

    Leaders from the 92nd Air Refueling Wing visited the 912th Air Refueling Squadron during a March Air Reserve Base site visit Sept. 4-5, in Riverside County, California.
  • 36th RQS helps leukemia patient live in the Now

    Jimmy “LJ” Now was just another two-year-old boy before he was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. He played outside, spent time with his family and became fascinated with planes and helicopters after receiving a military soldiers toy kit for Christmas.
  • Fairchild key spouses seek to improve military life

    The Fairchild Key Spouse Program hosted a conference for unit leadership and key spouses to share military family support service resources and to build partnerships within the military community Aug. 30.
  • MWD training takes flight

    Throughout the month of August, the 92nd Security Forces Squadron MWD section trained with the 36th Rescue Squadron to learn and become familiar with the components of a huey aircraft in preparation for deployment missions.
  • Airmen relish food truck festival

    Airmen and their families celebrated the end of summer and took a welcome break from the work day to come out to the Team Fairchild Food Truck Festival near Fairchild Air Force Base Heritage Park, Aug. 28, 2018.
  • Military Appreciation Night at Spokane Indians baseball

    The Spokane Indians celebrated the U.S. Armed Forces by hosting a celebration at Avista Stadium August 24.
  • Titan Fury 18-2

    Airmen at the 92nd Air Refueling Wing spent this week practicing alert-force operations during exercise Titan Fury 18-2 here Aug. 20 through 24, 2018. Titan Fury is a readiness exercise used to validate and improve upon Fairchild Airmen’s ability to provide Rapid Global Mobility as required by U.S. Strategic Command and U.S. Transportation Command.
  • TFI Airmen push through network upgrades

    Cyber security specialists from the 92nd Communications Squadron and 141st CS are replacing and upgrading almost every piece of equipment at Fairchild to ensure computer networks maintain standards and functionality while also continuously searching for new ways to improve speed and security.
  • 2018 SNCO Induction Ceremony celebrates 35 selectees

    The 2018 Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Induction Ceremony celebrated 35 selectees Aug. 10, at The Centennial Hotel Spokane in Spokane, Washington.