|The Air Commando Association's mission is to serve Air Commandos and families past, present, and future by educating all on the Air Commando and Joint SOF mission and people by publishing the Air Commando Journal; advocating to fill the unmet needs of Air Commandos and families through the Air Commando Foundation; and honoring our Air Commando heritage with membership opportunities. Membership includes active duty, reserve, retired, and separated military personnel, both officer and enlisted, as well as civilian and industrial supporters who are and/or were assigned to, attached to, or served with or supported, any Air Commando/Special Operations Unit. To ensure the success of our mission the Air Commando Association welcomes corporate partnerships. Partnering with the Air Commando Association enhances your relationship with America's quiet professional. Your company directly impacts the Special Operations community with financial assistance for programs and services for today's Air Commandos. From annual conventions to educational symposiums, awards programs and public awareness, your corporate partnership expands our capabilities.The Air Commando Association is a 501(c)(19) nonprofit veterans organization whose core mission is preserving our great heritage of Air Commandos' achievements past, present, and future and to honor the tremendous contributions made to protect the values held dear by all Americans.|
- EUCOM Theater for SOF (ETSOF) Instructor
- SOF Joint Fires Specialist Opening
- Fire Management Pilot
- PC-12 NG Instructor Pilot
- Tech Writer Position at R4 Integration
- Available Positions with Hoplite Group
- Close Air Support SME or JTAC SME
- PC-12NG / C-208 Instructor / Chief Pilot
- Logistics Coordinator FedEx Ground
- Hoplite Group Job Vacancies
LATEST AIR COMMANDO JOURNAL ONLINE!
"This edition of the Air Commando Journal keeps alive the memory of those Airmen, Marines, and Sailors who, without question, said, “Send me” when communist Khmer Rouge fighters seized the ship ... Many of the captains, lieutenants, and young NCOs from the 21st SOS, 40th ARRS, and 16th SOS would go on to form the nucleus of what became Air Force Special Operations Command. "
-- Gary Weikel, Col, USAF (Ret)
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Foundation: Supporting Air Commandos & Their Families
“Thanks to the Air Commando Association [Foundation] for their passionate and compassionate care of our force. Once again, when a need for benevolence was identified they quickly answered the call. For all the gracious organizations out there that care for our wounded, ill, and in need teammates, the ACA [Foundation] is by far the most responsive and has the greatest latitude to give. Hats off to Maj Gen-retired Secord and Col-retired Barnett. What you’ve done with ACA is remarkable...and very much appreciated by AFSOC leadership and our great force of Air Commandos! HOOYAH, ACA!!"
CMSgt William Turner
Former AFSOC Command Chief
For more information and to donate go to Air Commando Foundation.
The appearance of military and government personnel is not meant to suggest an official endorsement by the Department of Defense of the ACA Foundation or its fundraising efforts.