Fairchild Air Force Base Hospital Shooting Remembered
A Place to Learn, Connect, Memorialize and Heal
Below you will find the Radio and Telephone audio from the Fairchild AFB, Law Enforcement Desk (LED) during the incident. You will notice the multitude of phones ringing and alarms in the backgroud. The Desk Sergeant was one hour into his shift, and all hell broke loose. Alarms started ringing from the ER, phones started ringing on the Crime Stop line and the Non-Emergency line, non stop. Some of the calls answered had no one on the other end of the line, and were hung up on. It is hard to imagine what was happening on the other end of the line. Here is the audio from the Law Enforcement side, so you can imagine what was happening on that side of the phone.
Crime Stop, the 911 of Faircihlld AFB, at the time. This is the first phone call that came in to the Fairchild LED. Patrols were immediately dispatched.
At the same time Crime Stop calls were coming in, so were calls on the non-emergency telephone. Here are the first 20 minutes of the non-emergency telephone.
Here is the Security Police radio traffic of the response on 20 June 1994. My call sign that day was Police 6.
Post 6 is the call sign of a mobile patrol that was assigned to relieve the gate guards.
The followin six files cover the first hour and forty-five minutes of the response and are in chronological order.
(There is silence until 26 seconds into the recording)
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