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  • 66th TRS embraces new commander

    Lt. Col. Erik Haynes assumed command of the 66th Training Squadron from Lt. Col. David C. Rea during a ceremony Apr. 10, here.
  • Fairchild implements new firearm policies effective Apr. 17

    The exception is for personnel who are authorized to carry a concealed weapon under the Law Enforcement Officer’s Safety Act. LEOSA applies to active and retired law enforcement officers, to include military policemen, and authorizes the carry of concealed weapons in any jurisdiction in the United States.
  • 92nd CES renovates the Ross

    In March 2017, the Ross Mission Essential Feeding Facility underwent a renovation project led by the 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron, saving the Air Force approximately $83,000 in paper goods and construction materials.The month-long project focused on the kitchen area; replacing, repairing and refabricating duct work, seasonal waterlines, water
  • AFAF kicks off

    Team Fairchild kicked-off the Air Force Assistance Fund campaign Mar. 27, with a base goal of $41,293
  • Newest chiefs recognized during Ceremony

    Two chief master sergeant selects, Chad Madore and Shane Sweeney, were recognized during Fairchild’s Chief Recognition Ceremony Mar. 25, at the Red Morgan Center. The ceremony has been held annually since 1958 to provide recognition to those who have been selected for promotion to the highest enlisted grade in the Air Force. The tradition highlights the added responsibilities and the importance of being part of the top one percent of the enlisted armed forces.
  • MEFF upgrades launch

    Fairchild’s Warrior and Ross Mission Essential Feeding Facilities launched their healthier, made-to-order options Mar. 27. The options are an expansion on the standard Food Transformation Initiative operation, making Fairchild the third base in the Air Force to incorporate the healthier and cost saving Super Sonic Subs, CIAO Pizza and Big City Grill.
  • 384th ARS joins Fairchild’s flying force

    Lt. Col. Sean McClune assumed command of the 384th Air Refueling Squadron during an Assumption of Command ceremony Mar. 23, at Fairchild Air Force Base.
  • Fairchild firefighters help extinguish local fire

    Firefighters from the 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron along with firefighters from Medical Lake, Airway Heights, Spokane and Spokane County Districts 3, 9 and 10 responded to a house fire near Barker Street in Medical Lake, early Mar. 14. The Fairchild Emergency Communication Center dispatched the information to the base fire department at 12:45 a.m. Fairchild Airmen were the third to arrive on the scene.
  • Periodic inspection gets revamped

    The Periodic Inspection is a beast; the largest and most in-depth inspection Fairchild maintainers conduct on the seasoned KC-135 Stratotanker.
  • 92nd CES develops space for expanding missions

    Airmen from the 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron remodeled a 6,400 square feet building to provide a more spacious working environment for the 92nd Operations Support Squadron. The remodeling started in November 2016 and ended in February 2017.The 92nd CES welcomed the fiscal year with this big project, which took a total of 99 days to complete. The
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