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Getting the Next Generation of Veterans Involved

Historically military reunion’s attendees have been of similar age, having served together during the same conflicts. Typically, the members that attend reunions are past retirement age and many groups see their attendance dwindle as their members age – no one is getting any younger! There’s been a large gap of time between conflicts that produced… Read more »

Exclusive Veteran Interview: Colonel (Ret) Robert Dudley

Sent to Vietnam in 1970 after being commissioned in the Field Artillery, U.S. Army Second Lieutenant Robert M. Dudley first served as a forward observer, providing artillery support to his maneuver unit. He was reassigned as the fire direction officer for South Vietnamese and U.S. troops near Khe Sanh and in Laos during Operation Lam… Read more »

Top Reunion Destination: Providence & Warwick, RI

A Picturesque Coastal New England Reunion Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the nation, but it packs plenty of excitement into its borders. The state’s hundreds of miles of coastline, rich Colonial history and acclaimed restaurants help create a memorable reunion destination. With nearly 400 years of history, Rhode Island has many stories… Read more »

The National Reunion Bureau

The National Reunion Bureau – that’s exactly what Armed Forces Reunions (AFR) is – AND SO MUCH MORE! We have booked military reunions in over 150 cities over the past 33 years.  Over that time we have developed long term relationships and partnerships with hotels and industry partners from coast to coast. We know exactly… Read more »

Must See Museum: New National Army Museum

The National Museum of the United States Army The National Museum of the United States Army opened in November, 2020, closed for a few months due to the pandemic, and reopened its doors to welcome reunion groups and visitors. AFR’s first group tour will be this September when the 1st Signal Brigade Association visits.  As… Read more »