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AFSAAmerican Foreign Service Association
AFSAAmerican Financial Services Association
AFSAAmerican Fire Sprinkler Association
AFSAAir Force Sergeants Association
AFSAAdoption and Safe Families Act of 1997 (law)
AFSAAmerican Federation of School Administrators
AFSAArmed Forces Security Agency
AFSAArbitration Foundation of Southern Africa
AFSAAmerican Fibromyalgia Syndrome Association, Inc.
AFSAAustralian Fertiliser Services Association
AFSAAir Force Safety Agency
AFSAAssociation Française du Syndrome d'Angelman
AFSAAmerican Federation of Strength Athletes
AFSAAlternative Force Structure Assessment
AFSAAfghan Student Association
AFSAAssociation of the French Schools in North America (est. 1985)
AFSAAssociation Française des Semences Autogames (French)
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I want to compliment the Air Force Sergeants Association on hosting another successful Professional Airmen's Conference and International Convention.
Fortunately, someone at the Air Force Sergeants Association had enough sense to tell him to "call the library at the nearest military base."
Remarks to Air Force Sergeants Association, Atlanta, Aug.
I am pleased to call your attention to the fact that we have, in addition to a strong group of officers retired from the active duty force, a young major still serving (as far as I'm concerned, anyone still serving is young), retirees from both the Air Force Reserve and the Air National Guard, a retired Chief Master Sergeant (Executive Director of the Air Force Sergeants Association), and a retired civil servant (the editor of our magazine).
I'm incredibly honored to receive this award and grateful for the work the Air Force Sergeants Association does for our enlisted force and their families.
Founded in 1988 by the Air Force Sergeants Association, the Airmen Memorial Museum stands as a tribute to enlisted airmen for the sacrifices and contributions made while serving in the U.S.
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