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; advocating to fill the unmet needs of Air Commandos and families; and honoring our Air Commando heritage.
The Air Commando Association is a 501(c)3 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.
If you serve with or have served in an Air Commando unit, the statement “Once an Air Commando, Always an Air Commando” applies to you. All Air Commandos have a tribe (or association) they are a part of by the nature of their service in a particular weapon system or career field. The ACA is a “Tribe of Tribes.” It represents and recognizes that we all have our biases toward a subordinate tribe, but we ALL went to or are going to the fight as one team… organized as a joint “Tribe of Tribes.”
Our goal is to educate Air Commandos (and all other interested parties) past, present and future on the heritage, history, weapons systems, key units, current operations and overall contributions of Air Commandos towards the preservation of all the values that make this the greatest nation in history.
Every loss, tragedy and injury is different and so are the needs, both immediate and long term – our goal is to fill the gap between what is needed and what is provided. As circumstances dictate, our agile program provides immediate and critically needed support and financial assistance to our wounded Air Force Special Operators, as well as to their families.
Corporate Partner support allows ACA to serve our Quiet Professionals and provide direct support of the Air Commando Foundation, along with continuing education through the Air Commando Journal, as well as fostering strong connections to Special Operations Leadership.