The Air Force Sergeants Association
) is a non-profit organization
representing the professional and personal interests of more than 130,000 active, retired and veteran total enlisted
members of the United States Air Force
and their families.
The AFSA is the recipient of a congressional charter
under Title 36 of the United States Code
. It promotes enlisted concerns to enhance their quality of life, assures the preservation of entitlements earned through service and sacrifice, and maintains a vigilant presence on Capitol Hill.
Membership in the organization is open to: Air Force Active Duty (AFAD), Air National Guard
(ANG), Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) active, retired, and veteran enlisted members of all grades. Family members (spouses, children, parents, and siblings) are eligible for membership in the AFSA Auxiliary. Other persons are eligible for associate membership.
The AFSA is governed by a 23-member Executive Council. On the Council are a President, Vice President, and four trustees (representing AFAD, AFRC, ANG, and retired and veteran personnel) who are elected by the general membership. There are also 14 geographical division presidents who are elected by their constituents. The Auxiliary President and former AFSA President serve as advisors to the Council. An Executive Director reports to the Council and operates the International Headquarters located in the Airmen Memorial Building in... Read More