AAFHA Archives: 2017-1991
From the Irish Pub in Atlantic City, NJ. The Army Air Forces Historical Association joined us for dinner Friday night. Yesterday they did a presentation for the Civil Air Patrol to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the 1st flight out of Bader Field. We were honored by your visit.
For over 20 years, AAFHA has been remembering and honoring the history of WWII aviation. We paticipate in public forums and airshows like MAAM WWII Weekend in Reading PA, Open House Airshows at McGuire AFB, and our "Hometown" Airshow at the Greenwood Lake Airport. We march in the Riveredge July 4th Parade and the SGt. John Basilone Parade in Raritan, NJ, and participate in local Pearl Harbor Commemorations. Our private member only events include our Annual Dinner Dance and Picatinny Luncheon.
More recently the AAFHA USO Squadronaires have been performing for Veteran, seniors and historical societies at various venues throughout the Tri-state area. Here are some photo albums from our long and distinguished history! From the most recent to our ancient past, scroll down the history of the Army Air Forces Historical Society! To see our upcoming show schedule, and photos from our MOST RECENT events go to our Mission Schedule page.
Click on the first photo from each gallery to view in full size!
Sgt. John Basilone Parade: Raritan, NJ, September 2014
Greenwood Lake Airshow: August 2014
MAAM WWII Weekend: Reading, Pennsylvania, June 1-3, 2014
AAFHA Annual Dinner: Portobello's Restaurant, March 2014
Picatinny Luncheon: October, 2013
Greenwood Lake Airshow: August 18, 2013
Wings and Wheels Expo: Teterboro Airport, June 19, 2013
MAAM WWII Weekend: Reading, Pennsylvania, June 1-3, 2013
Annual Dinner: Portobello's Restaurant, March 2013: 20th Anniversary Celebration!
March 12, 2013 saw the 20th Anniversary of AAFHA, held at Portobello's Restaurant in Oakland NJ. The special dinner included a flag presentation by Capt. Sean Gavin, a 20th Anniversary booklet and challenge coin and a special performance by Bob Hope and the AAFHA Sisters.