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  • Youth Center hosts first-ever woodworking camp

    The Fairchild Youth Center hosted a week-long woodworking camp where kids worked on projects with the help from the Fairchild Wood Craft Center Aug. 7 to 11.
  • New law prohibits handheld device use while driving

    More austere rules regarding handheld devices will be in effect July 23 for all Washington State drivers.
  • 36th RQS welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Chad Kohout assumed command of the 36th Rescue Squadron from Lt. Col. Jason Snyder during a change of command ceremony July 7.
  • Sheet metal and the KC-135 Stratotanker

    Team Fairchild’s KC-135 Stratotankers first took to the skies in the 1950s and 1960s and have continued to support missions across the globe. A big contributor to keeping the aircraft flying is the sheet metal shop here at Fairchild.
  • CES highlights STEM mission

    The 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron hosted 37 local high school students during a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math tour May 1, here.
  • FAFB takes on LIFT

    Team Fairchild launched the “Leaders Inspiring for Tomorrow” Summit Apr. 21, the first conference and engagement showcase of its kind.
  • Earth Day: everyone can have an impact

    Multiple base agencies held events in celebration of Earth Day to highlight the importance of caretaking our planet. The events were geared toward the youth and included age-appropriate activities at the Child Development Center and Youth Center.
  • 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