The Nation’s Original Military Reunion Planners

Founded in 1988, Armed Forces Reunions, Inc. (AFR) has planned thousands of military reunions in over 150 cities coast-to-coast. Thirty years of military reunion planning! In the 80s and 90s most were WWII and Korean War military reunions. Over the past 15-20 years we’ve partnered with many Vietnam War veteran associations and are now helping veterans from Operation Desert Storm, Iraq, and Afghanistan get started. When you plan a military reunion you need great hotel room rates so folks can afford to attend. You also need a big hospitality room 24/7 – where folks can reunite in a private setting. Get a professional on your side to guarantee an affordable event and a smooth operation. Whether a Navy reunion, Army reunion, Air Force reunion, Marine Corps reunion, or Coast Guard reunion - AFR will, at no cost, lead your military reunion to the most reunion-friendly hotels in the country. Also, we have sample tour itineraries for the top reunion destinations in the country.

Comprehensive Services

AFR will provide your military reunion with whatever level of service you need. If site selection and hotel contract negotiation are all you need help with – there is no cost. We also offer a wide array of event planning services, from tour planning to onsite registration. AFR can help you:

  • Recommend a perfect reunion destination.
  • Negotiate a contract with reunion-friendly hotel partners.
  • Customize and plan all tours.
  • Handle all hotel event planning and banquet event orders.
  • Manage and pay hotel master account.
  • Provide reunion registration software and custom registration page.
  • Provide data and financial management.
  • Provide registration packets including program, roster, nametags, and event tickets.
  • Manage the event on-site.
  • Provide a final reunion accounting.

Yellow Ribbon & DoD Events

In 2008 AFR, a Woman Owned Small Business, was awarded its first DoD contract to manage Returning Warrior Workshops (RWWs) for Navy Reserve Forces Command. AFR provides full life-cycle Event Planning and Logistical Support Services for the Navy Reserve’s program to assist Reservists returning from deployment in the war on terror. The federal government has consistently rated AFR’s performance as “exceptional” and AFR has been re-awarded the RWW contract multiple times. AFR has also provided event planning support to the Secretary of the Air Force Office of Public Affairs, managing the Air Force Public Affairs Professional Development Seminar, with a rating of “exceptional.”

Contact Us About Your Event

Instead of trying to plan a reunion on your own, partner with the expert military reunion planners at AFR. Please call toll-free at 1-800-562-7226, email us at, or simply click here to leave us a comment or ask a question. We look forward to making your next military reunion a memorable, enjoyable occasion for all involved.

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Armed Forces Reunions Incorporated
Molly, this will no doubt be one of the first of several thank yous you will receive. However, I wanted to let you know how very much I personally appreciate what you do for The Golden Eagles! I know it is what you all do, but the quality, attitude and personalized touch that comes with the work you do is above and beyond.  You are a princess! Thanks, Maz, Pilot.
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