AFSA's Legislative Program
Specifically focused on issues that affect enlisted Airmen and their families, AFSA regularly meets with members of Congress and Air Force and government senior leaders to advocate for fair and equitable benefits that matter to today’s Total Force Airmen and their families, and to our Veterans who have served proudly in the past. Pay raises, tuition assistance, healthcare, COLA adjustments, transition programs, care for survivors, and education benefits are just a few things on AFSA’s legislative scope. For a look at all of AFSA's legislative priorities for the coming year, visit our Legislative Platform page.
AFSA Legislative Platform Survey
It's that time of year to collaborate on AFSA's legislative goals for 2019. The annual legislative platform survey guides AFSA’s legislative representatives as they advocate for your best interests on Capitol Hill. Please take a moment to take this short survey
(https://www.votervoice.net/AFSA/Surveys/4906/Respond) so that we may better advocate for you. The survey ends 18 January 2019. We look forward to your submissions. Thank you!
Contact Your Elected Officials
The AFSA Legislative Action Center is a platform that allows AFSA members to
Chapter Legislative Involvement
The focus of the Air Force Sergeants Association is on improving the quality of the lives of current and past total force enlisted Airmen and their families. We primarily do this through our legislative advocacy program. AFSA has four registered lobbyist who work hard in Washington to influence Congress and the Administration to amend Public Law--to create, maintain, and protect quality-of-life programs. The Chapters have an important role in the grassroots infrastructure that supports the Headquarters’ important work. A strong Legislative Program at the Chapter level is important. Download information about building a Chapter Legislative Program here.
Communicating with Elected Officials
Communicating with your elected officials is an effective way to let them know what is important to you as an Airmen, Veteran or military family member. Download instructions on how to communicate with your representatives.
You have a very important issue you want to discuss with your elected officials. You requested and, to your surprise, were able to get a meeting with one of your senators, while he or she is in your area during a congressional recess. How do you get ready for the meeting? What are some things to keep in mind during your session with the senator? Download suggestions a to make your meeting productive and positive here.