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  • Airman pleads guilty on drug charges

    A senior airman from the 92nd Mission Support Squadron was convicted Jan. 5 of selling ecstasy and LSD to a female who turned out to be an undercover informant for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, in a court-martial trial that was Fairchild's first of 2007. Senior Airman Steven Harangi pleaded guilty to two counts of distributing
  • MVP: Tech. Sgt. James Bonner

    Tech. Sgt. James BonnerSquadron 92nd Air Refueling Wing Position Military Equal Opportunity advisor and primary 92nd ARW Director of Staff unit deployment manager Service he provides to Team Fairchild As the 92nd ARW/DS UDM, I am responsible for ensuring that all air wing staff personnel are fully trained and qualified for any contingency. As a
  • Spouses get a taste of mission

    From fire truck to KC-135, family members of the Mission Support Group got a hands-on tour of Fairchild Wednesday. During the group's first-ever Spouse Orientation, spouses and children spent little more than half a day attending interactive demonstrations and mini field trips covering a large number of MSG and base organizations. The chosen
  • Center of Excellence opens its doors to first set of redeployers

    The kids are getting restless; the TV can only hold their attention for so long. Families are waiting in the break room, waiting for their Airmen, waiting for reunion, waiting. Twenty-two maintainers and two KC-135 crews returned to Fairchild Monday after a deployment to Manas Air Base, Kyrgyzstan, to fight the Global War on Terrorism. These Airmen
  • VITA representatives for tax year 2006 announced

    Volunteer Income Tax Assistance representatives will prepare federal income taxes, free of charge, for all active-duty, retiree, National Guard and Reserve servicemembers and their dependents at Fairchild. Not only will they be available to assist members in filing their taxes, the VITAs will have critical IRS information readily available on
  • Fairchild welcomes Honorary Commanders

    A new group of Fairchild Honorary Commanders were officially welcomed during a reception at the wing commander's residence Saturday night. Local business and civic leaders, Honorary Commanders are chosen based on their ability and willingness to carry the Fairchild story to friends and associates in the local area and beyond. Each of the Honorary
  • Tearin' it up

  • Medications being used to harm instead of heal

    Most parents know to keep medicine out of the hands of small children. However, toddlers and pre-schoolers aren't the only ones sneaking into cabinets and causing trouble. Many teenagers and young adults are now using over-the-counter and prescription drugs as an easy and cheap way to get high, said Peter LeGrand, Fairchild's drug demand reduction
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