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  • Fairchild firefighters, legal team up for fire inspector training

    It’s not uncommon to have nerves before going on the stand during a trial. Depending on the job Airmen have, they may have to testify at some point in their career.Members from the 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron got the opportunity to participate in a mock trial as part of fire inspector training July

  • The Justice files- June 2017

    During the month of June 2017, five Airmen received nonjudicial punishment under Article 15, Uniform Code of Military Justice, one Airman received a vacation action, and two Airmen were involuntarily separated. Commanders used the following actions as means of punishment, rehabilitation, and