Former enlisted Air Force gunners who served as crew members on bomber and attack aircraft of all vintages
Mission: Promote the fellowship and welfare of all former Air Force enlisted gunners, their windows and their dependents.
To provide donations to charitable organizations.
To provide donations to Air Force Enlisted Men’s Widow and Dependents Home Foundation Inc. located in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida.
The AFGA is incorporated as a non-profit organization under bylaws revised on 2 September, 2001, Rapid City SD. Officers include: 10 President, 2) Vice President, 3) Finance Officer, 4) Public Affairs Officer, 5) Membership, 6) Historian, 7) Sergeant-at-Arms, 8) Exchange Officer, 9) Editor, 10) Chaplin, 11) Webmaster
The AFGA is a fraternal organization composed of Air Force Veterans of all eras, including World War II (1941-1945), Korean War (1949-1953), Vietnam (1962-1975), Desert Storm (1991). The Cold War and all peacetime operations in previous and intervening years.
The era of active Air Force gunners ended with the elimination of the Defensive Arial Gunner position on the B-52H on October 1, 1991.
Aircraft on which Air Force gunners served included: A-20/26, B-17, B-25, B-26, B-29/50, B-36, B-45, B-52 and B/RB-66.