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Air Force Association

ORGANIZATION

"The Air Force Association is an independent, nonprofit, civilian education organization promoting public understanding of aerospace power and the pivotal role it plays in the security of the nation. AFA publishes Air Force Magazine, conducts national symposia and disseminates information through outreach programs."

Official Website:
http://www.afa.org/

Location:
Arlington, VA

Founding Date:
4-Feb-1946

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James F. Albaugh
Business
31-May-1950   EVP at Boeing
Pete Aldridge
Business
18-Aug-1938   Under Secretary of Defense, 2001-03
Bud Day
Activist
24-Feb-1925   Former POW
James Doolittle
Aviator
14-Dec-1896 27-Sep-1993 Doolittle Raid against Tokyo in 1942
Charles Duke
Astronaut
3-Oct-1935   10th to walk on the Moon
Ronald R. Fogleman
Military
27-Jan-1942   USAF Chief of Staff, 1994-97
Joe Foss
Military
17-Apr-1915 1-Jan-2003 WWII ace, Governor of South Dakota
David C. Jones
Military
9-Jul-1921   Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1978-82
John P. Jumper
Military
4-Feb-1945   USAF Chief of Staff, 2001-05
Ernest Konnyu
Politician
17-May-1937   Congressman from California, 1987-89
Lester L. Lyles
Military
20-Apr-1946   Commander, USAF Materiel Command, 2000-03
Lloyd W. Newton
Military
26-Jun-1942   USAF General
Andrea Seastrand
Politician
5-Aug-1941   Congresswoman from California, 1995-97
William H. Swanson
Business
1949   CEO of Raytheon
Frederick C. Weyand
Military
15-Sep-1916 10-Feb-2010 US Army Chief of Staff, 1974-76


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