What's in it for Me?
CyberPatriot Recruiting Materials
Chapter News in AF Magazine
Guidebooks / Handbooks
State of our Air Force
Social Media Tips
Installation Ceremony Scripts
Other Ceremony Scripts
Chapter and State Tax Guidance
Chapter Liability Insurance Information
Feature Article in Wingman section of Air Force Magazine
Here you will find previous recordings of the 1501 to Field Webinars. If you missed a webinar this month, you can catch up here!
January: 1501 to Field Introduction Webinar
February: General Spencer Update
Advocacy, Part 1 New!
Social Media 001 New!
2017 Annual Activity Plan
Online Membership and Officer Rosters
Airmen and Family Programs
Web Reporting - 2016 Quarterly Activity Report
FOG and OPM
Web Reporting - Finance Report
Characteristics of Effective Newsletters
Retaining Leaders in Your Chapter
Logging on to AFA.org and Using Communities
Building an Effective Community Partner Program
Recruiting New Members Part 1
Recruiting New Members Part 2
Recruiting New Members Part 3
Recruiting New Members Part 4
Retaining Chapter Members
Leadership Planning, Retention, and Recruitment - Pt. 1
Leadership Planning, Retention, and Recruitment - Pt. 2
Building Effective Base and Chapter Relationships
Maintaining 501c3 Tax-Exempt Status
AFA Aerospace Education School window decals and accompanying certificate will be available for you to recognize the schools in your area that participate in AFA Aerospace Education programs. This includes: Teacher of the Year (all levels), Educator/AFJROTC/CAP Grants, CAP ACE Program, Cyber Patriot, and StellarExplorer.
You can request a decal for each participating school in your area. Below you will find the template for the certificate. Open the file and fill in the name of the school, your Chapter and/or State name, and the date. You can purchase packages of blank certificates at local office supply stores to print the template on. Present the decal and certificate to the school, perhaps at a faculty or PTA meeting, and recognize the teacher and/or program for which the school has become an AFA Aerospace Education School!
Following a successful inaugural program last year, this summer marks the exciting second season of the AFA CyberCamp Program. Designed to help educators engage middle and high school students in cybersecurity year round, the program consists of a curriculum and software kit that local volunteer instructors use to teach fundamental online safety and cyber defense skills. More information on the program is available here.
The full list of 2016 AFA CyberCamps is available here.
Wounded Airman Program
Chairman of the Board Annual Report
Vice Chairman of the Board Field Ops Brief
Vice Chairman of the Board Aerospace Education Brief
Strategic Planning Brief