Welcome to Fairchild AFB and the Inland Northwest!
Right Start is part of the welcoming process at Fairchild AFB. A wide range of agencies from on and off base are represented to provide information about Fairchild AFB and the Spokane area. This brief is usually on the second Friday of each month. Spouses highly encouraged to attend.
- There is no sign up! Coordinate with your CSS/Squadron for dates.
- If you are a First Duty Station Enlisted, Officer, Air Force Civilian or New Civilian Hire, your report time is 0700—Everyone else report time is 0745
- Location: Education Center, Bldg. 2380, Room 102/104
Real ID Act
Fairchild Air Force Base security will require federally recognized identification under the Real ID Act. The law applies to any visitor to the base, whether they work for a contractor or a vendor, have an appointment with a base official or want to visit someone who lives in base housing.
Employees of companies that work on Fairchild or provide supplies are typically issued a credential, a base official said Friday. But to get that credential, they’ll have to supply identification that meets the law. REAL ID Act Pamphlet (Acceptable documents for installation access)
WA Department of Transportation, Winter Driving
Road conditions and closures for any state can be obtained by searching the internet for “511 Washington" (or any state) or calling 5-1-1 (while safely stopped off the road!) anywhere in the state of interest.
Fairchild Air Force Base Snow Line (when the weather outside is frightful!)
When the 92d Air Refueling Wing Commander makes the decision to delay base opening, delay reporting, close the base or release employees early, notifications will be made through the media (Radio 920 AM, Citadel Broadcasting and Clear Channel Communications; TV Stations 2, 4, and 6) and will be available by calling 509-247-5100. Also, actions will be initiated through each organization's pyramid alert procedures.
Fairchild AFB Housing
Provides dormitory information, detailed housing options and support services on base. For example, the website gives insights into local communities, school districts, weather and other resources designed to help Airmen and their families become familiar with their new homes.
Fairchild Military Family Housing
Privatized housing, managed by Balfour Beatty Communities
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