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regarding the nomination of new AFMA officers.
To facilitate communication, to enjoy fellowship and share the common bond of music with our membership.
Who is Eligible?
Retirees, Active Duty, Air National Guard or anyone who has ever served in Air Force Music; in bands, orchestras, combos, rock groups, drum and bugle corps, pipe bands and as arrangers, vocalists, audio technicians and in administration. If you have been or are now a part of AF Music, you are eligible to join!
A commercial membership is also available for our Industry friends. AFMA offers music related industry businesses the opportunity for exposure to a growing membership of over 675 musicians.
Outstanding quarterly printed Newsletter (CODA) written by musicians for musicians
Annual membership directory
Email list of members, updated monthly
Organized reunions every two years
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Member meetings are held in conjunction with our reunions. They allow the Executive Committee and Board of Directors to report to the membership regarding the past two years' activities, and allow the membership to give direction to the Committee and the Board for the coming two years. Our Executive Committee is elected every two years by the membership through a ballot election. This committee handles the overall direction of the Association. The appointed Executive Director handles the day-to-day operation and reports directly to the Executive Committee.
Hear the new AFMA March in it's entirety, as written by Bill Barbier and performed by the combined AFMA musicians and the Air Force Academy Band at the 2008 Conference & Reunion.
The AFMA is incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in the state of Colorado. The complete By-Laws are registered with the Secretary of the State, and are printed at the front of each annual AFMA Directory or are available via request from the Executive Director.