The Airmen Memorial Building (AMB) is the home of the Air Force Sergeants Association, the Airmen Memorial Foundation (AMF) and the Airmen Memorial Museum (AMM). This three-story structure is the sole monument to Air Force enlisted personnel in the national capital area.  The building is dedicated as a "living memorial" to the millions of American men and women who have worn the enlisted uniform of the

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United States Air Force, the Army Air Corps and the United States Army Air Forces since 1907. 


The building was dedicated on May 3, 1981, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Air Force Sergeants Association. The AMB mortgage was symbolically shredded, five years ahead of schedule, during the 2000 AFSA International Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana. The 33,000 square-foot modern office building/museum was constructed from donations by AFSA members and is maintained by their continuing support through direct donations and participation in various on-going fund raising projects.


On the first floor of the building is the AFSA Support Operations Directorate, including the mail room, printing facility and storage areas. Completing the first floor area are the Airmen Memorial Museum galleries containing exhibits about the history of Total Air Force enlisted Airmen. The second floor consists of tenant offices. The remaining AFSA offices: The Executive Offices, Military and Government Relations, Communications and Technology, Accounting and Finance, and Member and Field Relations directorates, computer center and conference rooms are on the third floor of the building.


The Airmen Memorial Building is conveniently located adjacent to Exit 7 on the Capital Beltway (U.S. 95), approximately one-half mile from the Branch Avenue station of Washington's Metro inter-city transportation system and one mile from Andrews Joint Base. Within a short drive are highlights of the nation's military and civilian aviation history including the Garber Aircraft Restoration and Preservation Facilities of the National Air and Space Museum, the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt and the Aviation Museum at America's oldest continuously operating airport located in College Park. Also, approximately 27 miles away and over-looking the Pentagon is the beautiful Air Force Memorial. A Country Inn and Suites is located immediately to the rear of the AMB.


Current as of: 9/26/2013


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