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  • Airmen light up Spark Tank with bright ideas

    Airmen participated in a Team Fairchild Energy Innovation Spark Tank event hosted by the 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Oct. 29, at the Red Morgan Center. All Airmen were welcome to pitch their innovative energy ideas to a panel that consisted of 92nd CES leadership, energy management and environmental office representatives who play a critical role in implementing energy conservation actions.
  • Team Fairchild Airman Leadership School hosts first helping agency tour

    The Airman Leadership School at Fairchild conducted its first helping agency tour Oct. 15, here.
  • Spokane civic leaders visit Scott Air Force Base

    More than 20 civic leaders from Spokane, Washington, participated in a civic leader tour to Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, Oct. 16 and 17.
  • Team Fairchild reactivates 97th Air Refueling Squadron

    Fairchild Air Force Base reactivated the 97th Air Refueling Squadron that has been deactivated for 15 years, along with an Assumption of Command ceremony Oct. 18, here.
  • The future is now: First of 12 additional KC-135s lands at Fairchild

    Team Fairchild received the first of 12 additional KC-135 Stratotankers from the 916th Air Refueling Wing, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, Oct. 16, here.
  • Fairchild contracting squadron, GSI help small businesses ‘Meet the Bigs’

    Team Fairchild’s 92nd Contracting Squadron partnered with Greater Spokane Incorporated to host a small-business networking event called ‘Meet the Bigs,’ Oct. 15. ‘Meet the Bigs’ is an annual government contracting networking event that provides a venue for small businesses and entrepreneurs to engage with city, county, state, federal and large regional business purchasing offices that focus on subcontracting.
  • 92nd CES observes fire prevention week

    The 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters celebrated National Fire Prevention Week on base with a variety of activities for Team Fairchild residents to promote fire safety, Oct. 9 - 12.
  • Team Fairchild Key Spouses provide support to fellow spouses

    Team Fairchild leadership and key spouses came together during the second-annual Key Spouse Conference to brainstorm ideas on how to support Airmen and their families, Oct. 3. The Key Spouse program is designed to support Airmen and their families during deployments, permanent changes of station and temporary duties; during the conference the key spouses played educational games to provide its members a fun approach to broaden their knowledge on the program.
  • Fairchild updates drone policy and procedures

    Fairchild Air Force Base has updated its small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS), or drone, policy per direction of the U.S. Secretary of Defense and in conjunction with the Federal Aviation Administration, banning all private use of the devices on base effective immediately.
  • 92nd MDG completes squadron re-designation

    Team Fairchild’s 92nd Medical Group completed the second phase of its squadron reorganization Oct. 1, 2019, in accordance with the Secretary of the Air Force’s new policy designating squadrons to care for service members and beneficiaries separately. The policy mandates that the 92nd Operational Medical Readiness Squadron take care of active duty service members, while the 92nd Health Care Operations Squadron provides care for family members and retirees.
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