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All Expenses Paid to Attend Air Warfare Symposium, Orlando, FL
We are very pleased to announce our annual "Essay Contest” which rewards three winners with an all expenses paid trip to the next Air Warfare Symposium (AWS) in Orlando, Florida on 26-28 February 2020. AFA Langley Chapter will cover airfare, hotel and the Thursday evening BBQ event. Further AWS event details can be found at
To be eligible, you must be an AFA member. Not a current AFA member, please join us at under the "Membership” section. If you are joining AFA for the first time, we are pleased to offer you a special $20 introductory rate to learn more about what AFA has to offer.
This year’s essay focuses on "What makes our USAF the best air force in the world?” We will announce the winners at our December Chapter Luncheon.
Please complete the attached form by providing your contact information, answering the essay question in 400-600 words or less, and returning your entry to NLT Friday, 23 November. A group of CMSgts from our local wings will judge the entries and select our three winners.

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Feature image oct19The Langley AFA Chapter was honored to have Rep Elaine Luria, Virginia 2nd District as our speaker at the October 10, 2019 meeting. Prior to her election in 2018, Rep. Luria served two decades in the Navy, retiring at the rank of Commander. She served at sea on six ships as Feature image2 oct19a nuclear-trained Surface Warfare Officer. A member of the House Armed Services Committee and the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Rep. Luria was one of the first women in the Navy’s nuclear power program and among the first women to serve the entirety of her career in combatant ships. She leads the House Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs, and is Vice Chair of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forces. Of all members in the House Democratic Caucus, she served the longest on active duty, having completed 20 years of active military service with the U.S. Navy. Rep. Luria graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and received a master’s in engineering management from Old Dominion University.

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