The Air Force Outreach Division is excited to help you with the coordination of your next event. 
  • The Air Force Aerial Support program provides operational support for eligible events from airshows to professional sporting events. 
  • Air Force Bands inspire immediate, positive, and long-lasting impressions of the United States Air Force and the United States of America in the hearts and minds of our audiences. Performing worldwide, our musicians honor, inspire and connect, reaching over six million listeners at over five thousand live and televised events each year
  • Air Force Speakers offer the American people, young and old, the opportunity to hear what it's like to be an Airman and understand why Airmen proudly serve this country. 
  • The Air Force Honor Guard participates in many different types of events and may be available for yours. 
  • The Air Force Entertainment Liaison Office coordinates all Air Force support of commercial motion pictures, television programs, documentaries, and other productions.


Air Force Outreach works to put you, the community, in touch with your United States Air Force. The Air Force has assembled a comprehensive network of resources, designed especially for the American people, to bring the U.S. Air Force to your front door. From speakers to books and motion pictures to flyovers by our world-renowned Thunderbirds, the Air Force is here for you. 

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Last night's Guest Artist Series concert featured incredible saxophone virtuoso Joe Lulloff. We are always thrilled to share the stage with phenomenal, inspiring musicians. Thank you, Mr. Lulloff, for a fantastic performance! (Photos by MSgt Grant Langford)
NOW HIRING | The USAF Concert Band has an opening for a Percussionist, but the application deadline is rapidly approaching! To be considered, please submit your resume and recording by May 1. For more information on this audition, please visit: https://www.music.af.mil/Bands/The-United-States-Air-Force-Band/About-Us/Careers-in-The-United-States-Air-Force-Band/ (Photos by Master Sgts. Joshua Kowalsky and Brandon Chaney)
VIRTUOSO | Our final 2019 Guest Artist Series concert is underway! Here's a clip of Joe Lulloff and his son Jordan Lulloff. This piece is called Scherzo Furioso written by Jordan Gudefin. (Videography by SMSgt Dennis Hoffmann)
Our own Commander Colonel Don Schofield and Air Force District of Washington leadership participated in the second-annual Nats on Base: Leadership Exchange event at Nationals Park. Here is an article chronicling this leadership event.
Join the Concert Band tomorrow evening, starting at 8 p.m., at Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center for a special Guest Artist Series featuring Joe Lulloff. Here's a clip from rehearsal showing the versatility of Mr. Lulloff's saxophone playing. For free tickets please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/guest-artist-series-featuring-joe-lulloff-tickets-52100164996?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Thursday, April 18, please join us at 7:30 p.m. at the Alexandria History Museum at The Lyceum as the women of the Singing Sergeants present an evening of cabaret and musical theater. From well known Kander and Ebb classics, to new favorites from Sarah Bareilles’ Waitress, to lesser known gems by William Bolcom and Adam Gwon, you won’t want to miss this thoroughly entertaining evening of song! This recital is free and open to the public. (Photo by MSgt Grant Langford)
What a treat to host veterans from Honor Flight DFW this past weekend. These concerts help to celebrate their rich legacy of service and sacrifice. #HonorThem
April is National Volunteer Month! Everyday, members of the USAF Band make a positive impact through music, but many of our members are also making a difference through volunteerism in the DC Metro area. Today, we'd like to recognize the efforts of Technical Sgt. Jillian McGreen (the Band's 2018 Volunteer of the Year!). She is part of a team of volunteer victim advocates who has helped countless individuals through the DoD Sexual Assault and Prevention Program. TSgt McGreen is also active with Calvary Women's Services, providing assistance to them as an overnight volunteer. In the words of Dr. Suess, "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not." To TSgt McGreen and everyone who serves through volunteerism, thank you for helping to make this world a better place! Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling | Joint Base Andrews | Air Force District of Washington
#MonthoftheMilitaryChild | In April, we honor military children and their unique contributions and sacrifices on behalf of our country. Andrew Stump, son of clarinetist Senior Master Sgt. David Stump, has been attending USAF Band concerts for his entire life. He developed his own love of music, started learning the French Horn, and has become quite an accomplished musician in his own right. This past February, Andrew was selected through a competitive audition process to participate in the USAF Band’s annual Collegiate Symposium, which gave him the opportunity to perform alongside his dad. This was not only a special concert for Andrew and SMSgt Stump, but also for the many members of the Concert Band who have watched Andrew grow up. We salute all military families stationed across the globe and we applaud their children for the daily sacrifices they make and the challenges they overcome. #PurpleUpDay
Texas friends, mark your calendars! Saxophonist Master Sgt. Jeremy Koch is coming your way to give four solo recital performances! Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear one of your USAF Band members in an intimate recital setting. Please check our Events tab for more information.
Thank you to all who answered our Trivia Tuesday question yesterday! This morning we share with you the clip from the "Clear and Present Danger" featuring the USAF Band performing Master Sgt. (ret) Jari Villanueva's arrangement of "Goin' Home," based on the theme from the Largo movement of Antonin Dvorak's "New World Symphony."
Thursday, April 11, at 7:30 pm at The Lyceum in Alexandria, the USAF Band Brass Quintet will present a recital as a part of our Spring Chamber Players Series. These concerts are always free and open to the public. We love to see you there! Alexandria History Museum at The Lyceum
#Triviatuesday | In 1994, the United States Air Force Band was featured in the movie "Clear and Present Danger," starring Harrison Ford. What hymn tune did they perform?
Saxophonist Joe Lulloff is one of today's most sought after performers. It has been said that he "mesmerizes his audience with technical prowess and musical sensitivity,” and "plays brilliantly with velvety-smooth tone and spectacular technique." Come enjoy a performance by the revered Joe Lulloff with the USAF Concert Band on April 18! Concert is free and open to the public, but you must reserve your ticket.
FREE CONCERTS | The Airmen of Note is heading to the Midwest April 23-May 2, 2019. Come hear the premier jazz ensemble of the U.S. Air Force in Minnesota and Wisconsin. For free tickets and schedule please visit: https://www.music.af.mil/Bands/The-United-States-Air-Force-Band/Events/National-Tours/Airmen-of-Note/ Also, the Airmen of Note will play jazz festivals in Indiana and Ohio this spring/summer. Check for their schedule here: #AmericasAirmen" target="_blank">https://www.music.af.mil/Bands/The-United-States-Air-Force-Band/Events/ #AmericasAirmen</a>
DEADLINE APPROACHING | Tenors, we want to hear you sing! Have you submitted your materials to be considered for our upcoming audition? If not, there is still time! Materials are due April 15. The live audition will be held May 20. For more information on this audition, please visit https://www.music.af.mil/Bands/The-United-States-Air-Force-Band/About-Us/Careers-in-The-United-States-Air-Force-Band/
It is our honor to welcome Honor Flight DFW Flight #40 to historic Hangar II for a concert with the Singing Sergeants this weekend. Among this amazing group of veterans, fourteen served in World War II, including two 100-year-old veterans -- Mrs. Katherine Cobb, who served in the Army, and Mr. Joe Cuba, who is a veteran of the Army Air Corps. Take a look at their entire trip to Washington, D.C. here: https://www.news-journal.com/ap/national/two-centenarians-to-fly-with-honor-flight-dallas-fort-worth/article_7567585e-f8a4-5597-ac56-05931e09ee73.html
HERITAGE | Major Glenn Miller had seventeen #1 records before he decided to serve in the Army Air Forces inspiring troops during World War II. On Tuesday, with the help of Washington Performing Arts and The Music Center at Strathmore, the U.S. Air Force Band presented "On The Air: A Glenn Miller Swing Celebration." Bolstered by award-winning playwright, Murray Horwitz as emcee, vocalist Veronica Swift, and amazing swing dancers choreographed by Jess Hartman, this production brought concertgoers back in time to celebrate the brilliance of Miller&#39;s music. (Photos by MSgt Josh Kowalsky and TSgt Valentin Lukashuk) **This program will broadcast later this year on PBS affiliates.
Join us tomorrow, April 5th, for our "First Friday" concert series at the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution. The USAF Band Brass Quintet will present three sets at 11, 12, and 1 pm. These performances are free and open to all. Make a day of it - cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin, exploring the NASM, and your Air Force Band!
Our newest chamber ensemble has been busy this week performing at area schools. Yesterday, they visited The Kingsbury Center and enjoyed connecting with the students and teachers. As you can see, everyone had a great time! Technical Sgt. Adrian Holton, trumpet Technical Sgt. Kristin Cazenave, trumpet Technical Sgt. Kevin Grasel, French horn Master Sgt. Joshua Cullum, trombone Technical Sgt. Willie Clark, tuba Senior Master Sgt. Nathan Lavy, drumset Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling | Joint Base Andrews