The Air Force Association is looking for 45 volunteers, who are interested in maintaining a dominant Air Force, to participate in one of three focus groups to be held Jan. 23-25. We want to know what aspects of membership organizations are most appealing to potential members and what AFA can do to better support airmen and our members. Each focus group will be made up of 15 volunteers who can participate in person at AFA headquarters, 1501 Lee Highway, Arlington, Va, or via a live video conference for those outside of the Washington, D.C., metro area. We are looking for Active Duty, Guard, or Reserve airmen, or those recently retired, who are NOT currently AFA members and who fall into one of three demographics: Jan. 23, ages 40-65; Jan. 24, ages 30-39; and Jan. 25, ages 18-29. The focus groups will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. each day. Lunch is on us, along with a $25 cash incentive. If you’re interested in participating, email Amy McCullough at email@example.com, subject line “Focus Group,” by close of business on Wednesday, Jan. 11. Please note, we will only respond to the selected participants.
Robins Air Force Base, Ga., has completed two environmental reviews, clearing the way for new construction to support the bases four new missions sets, which will replace the E-8 Joint STARS mission that has defined the base for decades.