On 18 May 2011, the Twin Cities Area Chapter of the United States Air Force Academy Association of Graduates was established.   We are proud to serve the Air Force Academy graduates in the greater Twin Cities Area and have been designated as a “Distinguished Chapter by the U.S. Air Force Academy Association of Graduates in every year of our existence!

Our Mission

“To serve and support the United States of America, the United States Air Force, the United States Air Force Academy, the United States Military, and the graduate community by creating a business network, a support network and a social network that fosters the ideals of an enduring commitment to integrity, excellence and service to our country.

We will provide leadership, communication and support to all of the Air Force Academy graduates throughout our community as well as to military veterans.”

You are a member because you are an Air Force Academy Graduate!  We are a donations only, no dues organization. We are a 501(c)(19) veteran-only, tax-exempt organization.

Open Board Meetings

Monthly Board Meetings are open to all members and are held the second Tuesday evening, beginning at 6 pm with a social half-hour, followed by the meeting at 6:30 pm.  Our meetings are held at Everett McClay VFW Post 1296, 311 W 84th St, Bloomington, MN 55420.  The post is on the south side of West 84th Street, between Lyndale and Pillsbury, east of Interstate 35W and south of Interstate 494.  Please come and join us!



Founder's Day Dinner & Parents Club Spring BanquetApr 22, 6:00pmRush Creek Golf ClubClick this link to register online www.cvent.com/d/b5qmjt

All graduates, friends and families of the United States Air Force Academy please join us on Saturday, 22 April 2017 at the Rush Creek Golf Course to celebrate Founders Day! Social Hour & Silent Auction is at 6PM and Dinner is at 7PM. Hors d'oeuvres will be served during the Social Hour/Silent Auction.

Guest Speaker:

Brigadier General (Ret) Steve Ritchie. General Ritchie is a 1964 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy. He is the only pilot ace in the history of the Academy and, in the current era of warfare, that may remain true in perpetuity. Ritchie shot down five enemy planes in a four-month period in 1972. This made him the Air Force’s sole pilot ace of the Vietnam War.
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