WELCOME TO THE

B-1 BOMBER

ASSOCIATION COMMUNITY

The specific purpose of the Association is to preserve the history as well as the personal and professional relationships of individuals associated with the B-1 Bomber. This is accomplished by facilitating and maintaining contact among the current and former members of the B-1 aircraft community and to sponsor and participate in reunions and other social events of the membership.

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JOIN THE

B-1 BOMBER

ASSOCIATION COMMUNITY

The specific purpose of the Association is to preserve the history as well as the personal and professional relationships of individuals associated with the B-1 Bomber. This is accomplished by facilitating and maintaining contact among the current and former members of the B-1 aircraft community and to sponsor and participate in reunions and other social events of the membership. 

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The Association

The mission of the B-1 Bomber Association is to keep members informed of B-1 Bomber developments in the Combat Air Forces, maintain contact among the members of the B-1 community, and support periodic reunions. The B-1 Bomber Association is dedicated to the aviators who take the B-1 into the sky, the maintainers, weapons builders and loaders who keep the bombers flying and equipped for combat, the support personnel who advocate and secure the funds and needed equipment, and finally the engineers, technicians, and artisans who designed and built the B-1 and who through the years devised continual improvements to keep it in the air as a viable and successful weapon system.

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As with any non-profit association, it takes resources to pay for administrative matters; the constructing, maintaining and improving the web site as well as and other incidental expenses to promote and keep the B-1 Bomber Association operating as a non-profit organization promoting the B-1 Bomber and it contribution to American Airpower.

The B-1 Bomber Association is a recognized organization with the US Internal Revenue Service and the State of Texas and is designated by the IRS as a 501(c) (19) “Non-Profit” organization.

All donations are tax deductible.

Non-Profit Status

The Association was incorporated in perpetuity on 22 September, 2009 as a non-profit Mutual Benefit Corporation organized under the State of Texas Corporations Code, under articles of incorporation filed with the Secretary of State of Texas (SOS Form 202).

The Association satisfies the requirements for IRS tax exempt status under Section 501(c) (19) of the Internal Revenue Code. (Note: 75 percent of membership must be past or present members of the Armed Forces of the United States. Further, substantially all other members, if any, must be cadets, or spouses, widows, or widowers of past or present members of the Armed Forces of the United States or of cadets).

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Membership Benefits

Membership

Purpose of the membership dues is to pay for administrative matters, constructing, maintaining and improving the Association web site, logo and coin procurement, and other incidental business approved by the Association Board of Directors.
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