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  • CMSAF JoAnne S. Bass visits Team Fairchild

    Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass visited Team Fairchild, Jan. 18-20, taking the opportunity to learn more about the mission and Airmen of Fairchild AFB. During her visit, Bass met with key leaders from Fairchild and the Spokane community to address challenges Airmen and their

  • Fairchild hones mission readiness, completes Titan Fury 23-1

    Airmen from the 92nd and the 141st Air Refueling Wing conducted exercise Titan Fury 23-1, Nov. 7-10. Titan Fury is a total force readiness exercise conducted to validate the training of crews and ensure Fairchild’s Airmen can provide rapid global mobility at a moment’s notice.

  • Pathway to federal employment

    Team Fairchild is built upon the efforts of all its Airmen, but not all go through basic military training; the vital civilian component is primarily sourced from federal employment programs and listings.

  • 76th AMXG shows Team Fairchild how to ‘Tinker’

    Leaders from Fairchild Air Force Base visited the 76th Aircraft Maintenance Group Nov. 18-20, during a site visit to Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma.Tinker AFB is made up of 5,500 acres with 460 buildings hosting operational missions for the Air Force, Navy as well as several other Department of

  • Women’s History Month, diversity at Fairchild AFB

    [Editor’s Note: Women’s History Month is recognized during the month of March. WHM is to acknowledge the contributions that women have made throughout the years and is apparent in all walks of life. The following information is to showcase different women at Fairchild Air Force Base who serve in

  • Fairchild honors fallen veterans

    The grounds were wrapped in a gentle blanket of fresh snow, with the scent of pine and a somber moment of silence in the air as dozens of military and civilian attendees took part in an annual wreath laying ceremony to honor fallen service members at the Fort George Wright Cemetery, Washington, Dec.

  • Fairchild rocks Global Thunder

    Several Fairchild KC-135 Stratotankers stand ready near the alert facility in the gloom of a frosty November morning; the airfield is tense, yet quiet. A klaxon abruptly sounds; proceeding, dozens of aircrew and maintainers charged out onto the flightline within seconds, beelining to the waiting