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  • Fairchild Airmen celebrate Veterans Day

    Nov. 11 is known around the United States as Veterans Day, intended to honor and give thanks to military service members for their sacrifice, dedication and service to the nation.Fairchild celebrated Veterans Day by participating in numerous events including ceremonies at the Spokane Arena, Felts Field Honor Point Museum, Fort George Wright
  • Fairchild Leadership visits Cheney Free Press

    Fairchild Leadership visited Cheney Free Press to learn about the production process of the Fairchild Flyer Oct. 13.
  • CFC kicks off at Fairchild

    Fairchild’s 2016 Combined Federal Campaign kicked off with a charity fair Oct. 7, at the Red Morgan Center.
  • “We can survive this.”

    Shelly Monahan-Cain spoke about sexual assault awareness at the Red Morgan Center Oct. 3. Monahan-Cain was hosted by the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office.
  • National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. In order to engage participants to create a safe, secure and resilient cyber environment, each week in October the 92nd Communications Squadron Cybersecurity office will be providing information to practice safe cybersecurity.
  • 92nd ARS celebrates 59th birthday

    The 92nd Air Refueling Squadron celebrated their 59th birthday along with members of the 93rd ARS Sept. 13. The event consisted of a toast to honor fallen 92nd ARS members, a trip down memory lane and the history of the 92nd ARS, a cookout and a live video chat with deployed members of the squadron.
  • Medical Airmen conduct decontamination training

    The 92nd Medical Group conducted a 16-hour decontamination training exercise here September 15, 2016,
  • Vice Commander speaks at Interment Service

    Col. Matthew Fritz, 92nd Air Refueling Wing vice commander, spoke at the Missing in America Interment Service at Washington State Cemetery in Medical Lake. The remains of 62 veterans were finally laid to rest with full military honors.
  • Education center welcomes new university

    Team Fairchild welcomed Bellevue University as the fourth school to join the Fairchild Education Center during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 25. Bellevue University is a private, regionally accredited, non-profit school nationally recognized as a military-friendly institution. Col. Ryan Samuelson, 92nd Air Refueling Wing commander, was joined by Dr. Mary Hawkins, Bellevue University president, during the ribbon cutting.
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