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  • DCC Program gives Airmen pride, ownership

    Leaders from the 92nd and 141st AMXSs implemented the Designated Crew Chief Program early this year, an initiative to directly assign maintenance personnel to each aircraft in order to provide continuity and accuracy of aircraft documentation, status, maintenance schedules and improve overall aircraft appearance.
  • AGE flight keeps Fairchild flying

    The 92nd Aerospace Ground Equipment flight is a crucial part in enabling aircraft maintenance operations.
  • Head first into the unknown

    Grandfather, father and son; three generations of devoted, committed and determined men all dedicating their lives to something bigger than themselves. Senior Airman Brian Kamphaus, a 92nd Logistics Readiness Squadron material management journeyman, joined the military following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather and has been serving in the Air Force for more than three years, making the most of every possible minute.
  • Fairchild's Finest Staff Sgt. Miguel Medina

    Fairchild's Finest SSgt. Miguel Medina
  • Dust on the rails of a glorious heritage

    Hidden inside these gray train car shells is a unique historical treasure that shares a special bond with the B-52D, the KC-135 Stratotanker and Fairchild AFB. It is the last, complete original B-52D simulator in existence, code-name: Alpine Clover, with supporting cars named Little John, Andrew Squire and DFX-7 adjoining it.
  • Dangers at high altitudes, preparing fliers for the worst

    The 92nd Aeromedical Squadron employs specialized training equipment to give pilots, air crews and parachute jumpers experience with the effects of hypoxia and low light conditions.
  • K-9 trains to fight

    It’s May in the state of Washington and the temperature is sitting at a stale 78 degrees. The 92nd Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog handlers are training for deployment.
  • The little known National Guard ally at Fairchild

    A convoy of Washington National Guard trucks and a helicopter scrambled from Fairchild Air Force Base as part of an exercise to recover a downed vehicle approximately 10 miles northeast of the installation June 14.
  • SERE: Not for the faint of heart

    Two survival specialists share their experiences on being a Survival Evasion Resistance Escape instructor, and give a glimpse into a life with SERE.
  • Fairchild's Finest Airman 1st Class Christian Beserra

    Fairchild's Finest Airman 1st Class Christian Beserra