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  • The 92nd Force Support Squadron recognized as 2023 Eubank award finalist

    The 92nd Force Support Squadron earned recognition as one of two finalists for the Maj. Gen. Eugene L. Eubank award for Best Small FSS.This prestigious award is named in honor of Maj. Gen. Eugene L. Eubank, who recognized the importance of morale and welfare for America’s fighting forces to further

  • More than a career, passion for innovation

    A grinning Tech Sgt. Eric Kozma emerges from behind a noisy workstation covered in metal shavings that glimmer in the fluorescent lights of his shop. He stops to talk to his Airmen, excited about a new idea for the project on which they are collaborating.Kozma is the 92nd Maintenance Squadron metal

  • Fairchild Food Pantry supports Airmen and families

    The warm welcoming doors of Fairchild Air Force Base’s Food Pantry are open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday as well as the first Saturday of the month. Providing food, toiletries, baby supplies, pet food, and a friendly atmosphere, the food pantry is a haven of resources for service members.

  • Fairchild Airman from Belarus assists Ukrainians at home, abroad

    Tech Sgt. Artsem Ivashanka, 92nd Force Support Squadron manpower analyst, left his home in Eastern Europe in his early 20’s, determined to find better opportunities for himself. Ivashanka joined the Language Enabled Airman Program, LEAP, in 2015, allowing him to support the Air Force’s priorities

  • Contracting Airman shines as Air Mobility Commands Contracting Ninja 2022

    Business for the 92nd Contracting Squadron (CONS) has been booming, led by stellar servicemembers and civilians. One key member of the 92nd CONS team has stood out amongst his peers ensuring the unit’s mission can be completed with excellence.Senior Airman Clement Amoasi, 92nd CONS contracting

  • Team Fairchild's only active duty female firefighter answers the call

    The alarms ring, flooding the building with a sense of urgency. The captain of the St. Maries fire department rushes to the scene of an emergency, this time followed by a new volunteer firefighter, his 16-year-old daughter Layla Rice. “I’ve always wanted to be a part of something bigger than