At 75 years of age, the Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) continues its tradition of Airmen helping Airmen, and educating America's future leaders.When unexpected emergencies arise, there is a financial need and help is needed, AFAS provides no-interest loans and grants to Airmen to help meet immediate needs. Also, dependent children and spouses of active duty and retired Airmen can work towards a college degree with AFAS education grants, loans and scholarships. The AFAS also offers targeted community programs for Airmen and their families. For more information, visit the Air Force Aid Society website and read about the AFAS' 75 years of helping Airmen on the AFAS website.
AF Society Continues to Offer Assistance
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