The A-37 Association exists for two reasons: to promote the history of the A-37 and to foster the camaraderie of the people who made that history.

The Association’s efforts since 1992 have been geared toward getting recognition of the aircraft’s contribution to US combat operations in Southeast Asia between 1967 and 1972. Recognition has come in the posting of plaques at the US Air Force Museum at Wright-Paterson AFB, Ohio, in 2014 and at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 2016. The Association has also published the book, Dragonfly: A37s over Vietnam, a collection of articles and stories written primarily by those who flew, maintained, and supported combat operation in the theater between 1967 and 1972.

To remember the friendships and commitment developed during and after Southeast Asia, the Association has sponsored a reunion every other year since 1995. We always welcome new members. What’s the benefit? Re-establishing and maintaining contact with A-37 buddies, perhaps from long ago, but most certainly from new people at the reunions. If you’re interested, download/print this file. Membership Form. Print and fill out or download and use the computer to complete. In either case, send a check for the category of membership (annual or lifetime) according to the instructions.