The Air Force does not provide Airmen benefits, they receive them through legislation passed by congress and approved by the President of the United States. The Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA) represents retired, active duty, guard and reserve Airmen and their families. By championing objectives and needs of USAF Airmen on Capitol Hill, AFSA lobbies to protect the benefits earned by Airmen who have proudly served and continue to serve in the United States Air Force.
To maintain, within the Total United States Air Force, a highly dedicated and professional corps of enlisted personnel who uphold fair and equitable legislation and departmental policies, and influence, by lawful means, departmental plans, polices, and legislation affecting AFAD, AFRC, and ANG personnel in active, retired, and/or veteran status when required. Further, AFSA members shall actively publicize the roles of Air Force enlisted personnel by participating in civil and military activities, youth programs, and fund-raising campaigns to benefit the United States Air Force. Additionally, we provide for the mutual welfare and enhance the quality of life of members and their families. Lastly, AFSA is fully dedicated to assist in recruiting for the United States Air Force.
One powerful voice. Over the past five decades, AFSA has built a reputation as a stalwart advocate for Air Force enlisted members, past and present, and their families. With seven divisions across the U.S. and overseas; the heart of AFSA is its 129 chapters, that is the largest voice for all enlisted members. The more members we have the louder and stronger our voices are in Congress!
We are always looking for volunteers to make a difference and stand up for our benefits!
AFSA Chapter 1201 is hosting the Holiday Gift Wrapping at the Base Exchange! Contact us to get involved!
AFSA Chapter 1201 hosted the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremonies for Kirkland AFB. There was a 24 hour vigil run and a ceremony with 3 former POW guest speakers. The run consisted of members running around Hardin Field with the POW/MIA Flag and kept it moving for the full 24 hours. The flag was run from Hardin Field to the ceremony just off base the New Mexico Veterans Memorial, where it was showcased for the closing ceremony. AFSA would like to thank everyone who made these events possible!