is committed to preserving the heritage and professionalism of the Public
Affairs, Multimedia, Band and Broadcasting specialties in the U.S. Air Force.
We are also committed to helping members transition into new jobs and, of
course, maintaining contact with friends and co-workers. We
accomplish these goals in a number of ways ...
Active Force Support
Our primary focus is helping the active force in whatever way we can. That is why we ...
To help preserve our heritage, the AFPAAA Oral History Program accumulates and preserves first-person historical accounts of Air Force, national and international public affairs events and activities. This is an on-going project. For more information go to: HISTORY
Jobs and Transition Support
AFPAAA also offers assistance to members seeking employment by offering ...
Another major activity of the Association is our annual reunion and membership meeting. For details on the dates and location of our next get together go to REUNION.
In addition to renewing friendships and making new ones, at least one day is dedicated to briefings and tours of active duty installations, major contractor facilities and museums. These "Re-bluing sessions" help us keep up with the changing capabilities and evolving missions of today's Air Force.
Annual Reunion Locations:
We recognize individuals - members or not - for unique or trail blazing PA accomplishments as "public affairs pioneers" through our annual President's Award program. And, we recognize members who have provided extraordinary service to the Association with our highest honor, the Mike McRaney Distinguished Service Award.
The Association also undertakes special projects like.
The USAF Public Affairs Memorial
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