Come on out for the FREE Team Fairchild and Pacific Northwest BBQ for Airmen and their immediate family members.
The BBQ is scheduled for July 28 at Miller Park and is a way for Pit Master 'Uncle' Leroy Payne to say thank you for our military members’ service to our country!
#BBQ #babybackribs #delicious
#Update! #TeamFairchild safety officials are providing a FREE intermediate #motorcyclesafety class scheduled for 8 a.m., at the installation motorcycle range, July 26.
Read more about how learning and practicing emergency response skills can help mitigate motorcycle rider-related risks here:https://go.usa.gov/xUXCM
For more information on motorcycle safety wear and guidelines, contact your squadron motorcycle safety representative or the 92nd Air Refueling Wing Safety Office at (509) 247-2143.
Theres still time to make it to the Base Theater to listen to Heisman Trophy winner, NFL All-Pro Honors, and MMA Fighter Herschel Walker to speak about Mental Health and resiliency!
Don't miss out! He's scheduled to speak at 9 a.m. His speech will begin shortly!
Congratulations to Col. Michael O'Connor on becoming the new 92nd Maintenance Group commander! #TeamFairchild
In the midst of #TeamFairchild Airmen’s PCS moves, deployments and growth in the military community, the Fairchild AFB Chapel offers a safe haven for individuals experiencing life’s victories and defeats.
Learn more about #spiritualresilience, religious programs and support services offered at the chapel here: https://go.usa.gov/xUKMJ
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Congratulations to Col. Russell Davis on becoming the new 92nd Operations Group commander! #TeamFairchild!
#TeamFairchild families from the 336th Training Group teamed together to transform unkept plots, overgrown by weeds, into the foundation of the SERE Kids' Garden Club.
Learn more about their team work and progress here: https://go.usa.gov/xUZMR
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Congratulations to Lt. Col. Kevin Parsons on becoming the new 93rd Air Refueling Squadron commander! #TeamFairchild
Congratulations to Lt. Col. Daniel Hatcher on becoming the new 92nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron commander. Welcome to #TeamFairchild!
Col. Derek Salmi, 92nd Air Refueling Wing commander speaks at a July 4th event in downtown Spokane Washington. More than 3000 people were in attendance.
#ICYMI Several Pararescue Airmen trained at Fairchild with the 36th Rescue Squadron.
These Airmen trained to enhance their skillsets in recovering personnel who are isolated behind enemy lines or captured by adversaries, and to return them home.
Read more about it here: https://go.usa.gov/xUYyS
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Brett Campfield was selected for the Air Force Warrior Games Team back in February when he competed in the Warrior Games Trials. He competed in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games June 2-9.
Learn more about his experience here: https://go.usa.gov/xUT3N
#TeamFairchild #DODWarriorGames2018 #Teamwork
Congratulations to Fairchild's newest promotees!
The usually quiet halls of the Fairchild AFB Chapel were transformed this past week with the extra laughter of dozens of children and volunteers enjoying their time at the "Shipwrecked" themed, Vacation Bible School!
Read more about how the kids learned to deal with challenges and stressors through various Bible-based lessons, here: https://go.usa.gov/xUYVc
#Resilient #TeamFairchild #VBS #ResiliencyThroughReligion
If a member of the United States armed or allied forces is isolated behind enemy lines, surrounded by enemy engagement, or captured, it’s the mission of the Air Force’s elite rescue Airmen, to return them home.
Several Pararescue Airmen recently trained at Fairchild with the 36th Rescue Squadron to better prepare them for the field.
Read more here:https://go.usa.gov/xUYyS
Today marks the 61st anniversary of the mighty KC-135 Stratotanker being delivered to the United States Air Force!
The Stratotanker was delivered to the 93rd Air Refueling Squadron, then assigned to Castle Air Force Base, California.
The 93rd ARS went on to establish two official world records: distance in a straight line without refueling, 10,229.3 miles, from Tokyo, Japan to Lajes, Azores; and a speed record of 492.262 miles per hour from Tokyo to Washington D.C. in 13 hours, 45 minutes and 46.5 seconds.
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#ThrowbackThursday #TankerThursday #Fairchild #Boeing