To advocate improved quality of life and economic fairness that will support the well-being of Air Force enlisted personnel; active, retired, and veteran.
With reverence for God and Country and being ever mindful of the glorious traditions of the United States Air Force, our duty to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, our responsibility to aid in maintaining a superior aerospace defense for our beloved country, and desire to assist in obtaining the highest caliber of men and women for our Air Force, our interest in the welfare of persons who served and are serving in the Air Force, our devotion to our fellow airmen in fortune or distress, and our reverence for the memory of our departed airmen, we unite to further the aims and objectives of this association.
AFSA is the Air Force enlisted organization dedicated to the people behind the stripes. The men and women behind the high tech machinery, the military protocol, the daring maneuvers ... the people who have invested their lives in the cause of freedom in America.
Each year Congress makes hundreds of decisions on issues that directly affect the lives of enlisted people and their families. Important issues such as medical care, job security, salaries, commissary privileges and other benefits. There was a time when the voice of the enlisted Airman was nowhere to be heard ... until the Spring of l96l, when a handful of men came together to form the Air Force Sergeants Association. AFSA is an international organization dedicated to speaking out on behalf of enlisted Air Force personnel and today, with nearly 100,000 AFSA members, the voice of the enlisted rings strong on Capitol Hill.
AFSA's membership is comprised of Air Force enlistees, both active and retired, of all grades, including Air National Guard and AF Reserve, and for family members of Air Force personnel. The Association is headquartered in the Airmen Memorial Building just minutes from the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., and only one mile from Andrews AFB, MD.
27 May 2021
23 May 2021
Senate Armed Services chair throws support behind changing roles of military commanders in sexual assault prosecutions
16 September 2022
16-22 October 2022 AFSA Legislative Awareness Week. This is an occasion annually set aside to focus the attention of bases and communities on AFSA’s key role in achieving and protecting military quality-of-life benefit programs. The events hosted by AFSA chapters during this week – from briefings, to luncheons, to informational tables – should be motivational, inspiring, and educational.
March 2023 (tentative)