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  • 76th AMXG shows Team Fairchild how to ‘Tinker’

    Leaders from Fairchild Air Force Base visited the 76th Aircraft Maintenance Group Nov. 18-20, during a site visit to Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma. Tinker AFB is made up of 5,500 acres with 460 buildings hosting operational missions for the Air Force, Navy as well as several other Department of Defense agencies.
  • Fairchild, Spokane regional emergency responders work together

    Representatives of multiple emergency response services from Spokane and nearby areas met with their Team Fairchild counterparts here for a local emergency planning meeting Nov. 7, 2018.
  • SERE Combatives enhancing self-defense

    The combatives class trains in advanced projectile, striking, clenching and grappling self-defense techniques for SERE specialist Airmen.
  • Fast acting Medical Airmen save a life

    Two 92nd Medical Group Airmen, along with Fairchild Fire and Emergency Services, acted quickly in response to a shopper experiencing respiratory distress Nov. 2 at the Fairchild Air Force Base Commissary. Upon arrival, Fire and Emergency teams found Senior Airman Kayla Peña and Senior Airman Julie Fink, 92nd Medical Operations Squadron medical technicians, performing first-aid on the unconscious shopper.
  • Fairchild fuels Global Thunder 2019

    Fairchild Airmen focused on sustaining mission readiness, rapid response and enhancing total force operations during Exercise Global Thunder 2019. Global Thunder is a U.S. Strategic Command exercise designed to ensure an efficient mission response by testing the ability for Airmen to execute command, control and operational procedures during simulated conflict scenarios. The exercise provided training opportunities and exercise scenarios for all U.S. Strategic Command mission areas, with a specific focus on nuclear readiness.
  • Fairchild partners with Kansas ANG Airmen for MITO training

    Team Fairchild instructor pilots trained with aircrews and KC-135 Stratotankers from the Air National Guard 117th Air Refueling Squadron located in Forbes Field, Kansas to practice Minimum Interval Take-Off training Oct. 24 –26. MITO reduces the amount of time between aircraft launches, automatically positioning the jets in a standard group formation once airborne.
  • CFC kicks off with ‘Chili Cook-Off’ for Airmen, families

    Fairchild’s Combined Federal Campaign representatives hosted a “Chili Cook-Off” to promote the kick-off of the 2018 campaign at the base chapel Oct. 24.
  • Team Fairchild hosts 2018 Congressional Family Summit

    Team Fairchild hosted government and military officials during the ninth annual Congressional Military Family Summit, Oct. 17, at Fairchild Air Force Base.
  • 92nd ARW says ‘farewell’ to the Fairchild Flyer

    After 70 years of gracing the mailboxes of the 92nd Air Refueling Wing’s active duty, civilian and retiree populations, the Fairchild Flyer newspaper will appear on the shelves for one final time, Oct. 26.
  • Airmen, families learn about education opportunities at 2018 Education Fair

    Fairchild’s Education Center hosted the 2018 Fairchild Air Force Base Education Fair Oct. 18, allowing Airmen to meet with representatives from multiple colleges and universities. The Education Fair is an annual event that enables Airmen to ask questions and learn about the variety of educational opportunities available, admission processes, financial aid and military education benefits.