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Airmen Stories

Helping Airmen is the singular philosophy driving everything at Air Force Aid Society. More than 37,000 assists. Nearly $21.4 million in direct help through emergency financial assistance, education support and community programs.

Get to know the real Airmen behind those numbers and learn more about how AFAS is helping Airmen every day.

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Donor Highlights

The generosity of our donors – both fellow Airmen and friends of the USAF – allows Air Force Aid Society to always be there when our Airmen need us.

Learn more about the individuals and organizations that support AFAS and understand what helping Airmen means to them.

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Share Your Story

Whether you are an Airman who’s been helped by Air Force Aid Society or a supporter who’s committed to making a difference for Air Force families, we’d love to tell your AFAS story. Share more about what helping Airmen means to you.

AFAS News And Updates

A Renewed Sense of Purpose

A Renewed Sense of Purpose

After suffering two injuries, one while deployed in Afghanistan, doctors determined that he would need reconstructive surgery on both knees and told him he would probably never run again. MSgt Guinn had a difficult, painful, and long recovery process over the course of several years. His recovery and life changed when he learned of the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program (AFW2) and the Warrior Games.

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LIFE HAPPENS TO ALL OF US

LIFE HAPPENS TO ALL OF US

 “I was so afraid of anyone thinking I was a bad Airman, but I finally realized asking for help isn’t a weakness; it’s a ladder that pulls you up,” SSgt Clarke shared.

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RIDING OUT THE STORM

RIDING OUT THE STORM

The Lingenfelters have never been more grateful for their Air Force family. “Without you, we would not have found the hope to forge ahead and keep pushing to recovery.” Paying it forward, MSgt Lingenfelter says he and his family have chosen to stay in the area to support their military and local community, positive that both Tyndall and the community will recover.

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