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  • Spokane-area school district superintendents experience Rapid Global Mobility

    Team Fairchild hosted Spokane-area school district superintendents to experience and learn about the 92nd Air Refueling Wing mission first-hand July 18.
  • ORC gets Airmen outdoors

    The Outdoor Recreation Center is a non-appropriated funds operation that utilizes the Recharge for Resilience program, designed to reduce the prices of outdoor activities for active duty servicemembers and their immediate dependents.
  • Stay alive to enjoy the ride: free motorcycle safety class

    Team Fairchild 92nd Air Refueling Wing safety officials are providing a free intermediate motorcycle safety class scheduled to inform and train Airmen on current policies at 8 a.m., at the installation motorcycle range July 26. The intermediate motorcycle safety class is being held to mitigate risks as motorcycle riding continues to be a leading cause of fatal mishaps for Airmen.
  • Growing produce to grow in community

    Military families from the 336th Training Group teamed together in the month of May, to transform unkept plots, overgrown by weeds, into the foundation of the Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape Kids’ Garden Club. With the intention to grow a variety of fruits and vegetables, as well as a community with each other, the SERE Kids’ Garden Club has grown to include ten SERE families, all sharing in the tasks of maintaining the plot.
  • Fairchild firefighters, legal team up for fire inspector training

    It’s not uncommon to have nerves before going on the stand during a trial. Depending on the job Airmen have, they may have to testify at some point in their career.Members from the 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron got the opportunity to participate in a mock trial as part of fire inspector training July 3, 2018, at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington.
  • VBS teaches military children religious resilience

    The usually quiet halls of the chapel was transformed this past week, June 25-29, with the rustle, bustle and laughs of dozens of children and volunteers enjoying their time at the Shipwrecked themed, Vacation Bible School.
  • 92nd ARW welcomes new Commander

    Team Fairchild Airmen, Washington State government officials, and the Inland Northwest community came together to welcome Col. Derek M. Salmi as he assumed command of the 92nd Air Refueling Wing June 15.
  • Spokane Indians Baseball team visits Fairchild

    Team Fairchild has a lot more in common with the Spokane Indians Baseball team than one may initially think. Both teams train how they fight, pride themselves on teamwork, and both have called the Inland Northwest “home” for quite some time. Not only did the Spokane Indians learn about the importance of teamwork in the military during their base tour June 12, they also had the opportunity to catch a glimpse of how young men and women in another uniform serve their country.
  • OCO funds support the force

    The OCO fund is a separate source of funding operated by the DOD to fund military units with reimbursable overhires. This fund allows commanders to receive additional support to recruit civilian personnel to fill positions left vacant during the time military members are deployed.
  • Lowering risk of mosquitos

    With spring upon the Inland Northwest, more people will be heading out to explore and enjoy the great outdoors. These warmer months and longer days not only bring fun in the sun, but also set up a great environment for the breeding of a nasty pest, mosquitoes.
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