Langley Civic Leaders Association (LCLA): Effectively supporting Langley Air Force Base (LAFB) its associated tenant organizations to keep the LAFB open as an active base. A base that is critical to the economy of the Hampton Roads region and Commonwealth of Virginia. We support the base, its functions, and programs as well as all of its military personnel and civilian employees.
LCLA Meeting: Friday 6 December 2013
Guest Speaker - Congressman Rob Wittman
Location - Langley Club, 1130 - 1300
Langley AFB Leadership Appreciation Event
OSC Scholarship Program Team Langley Quarterly Awards Junior Enlisted Appreciation Day Annual salute to Langley ACC Leadership Appreciation
Congressman Rigell - October 9, 2012
Congressman Scott Rigell, 2nd District of Virginia was our guest speaker. He serves on the Armed Forces Committee, the Committee on Homeland Security, and the Committee on Science, Space and Technology in the 112th Congress. Congressman Rigell provided comments regarding the military, sequestration and several other regionally related issues. LCLA President Steve Mallon presented Congressman Rigell with an LCLA “challenge coin.” The meeting was well attended including the Wing & Vice Commanders, Command Chiefs, from the 1st, 192nd, 633d, as well as other senior officer and enlisted leaders from the various wings and Air Combat Command. CLICK HERE for additiobnal photos
The appetite for Air Force intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance products over the last 10 years has mushroomed an astonishing 3,500 percent. A Gluttonous Appetite for ISR
Allows volunteers to sign up online to be a Mayor's Book Club reader. As you know we're always looking for volunteer readers to go to the LAFB Child Development Center (CDC) and local city schools.
A Small Tribute To Those Who Gave So Much
The time is now to say "thank you". Some of these veterans, now in their eighties or older, lived to see the WWII Memorial dedicated in their honor, but most have never seen the monument that pays tribute to their sacrifice. Time is running out. Over 1,200 of these brave men and women are dying