Effectively supporting Langley Air Force Base (LAFB) and its associated tenant organizations to keep the base open and active. 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.

Langley “Civic-Leader” Association Definition: 

Credible, engaged, respected, inspirational individual of good principle and character within the community noted for their leadership and philanthropic desire to contribute to the wellbeing of the Airmen and their families assigned to Langley AFB without personal gain.  Someone who is involved in the community, has a network of contacts where they are in fact a leader, can be a spokesperson for the value of our military community to those who don’t touch it on a daily basis.


LCLA Luncheon​​​​

  • Annual Budget & Program Meeting

  • When: Oct 7, 11:30am - 1:00pm

  • ​Who: LCLA Members

  • Where: Hampton Yacht Club

  • Note: The HYC allows groups of up to 50 in their upstairs dining room and we must wear masks unless eating. They will serve a ($15.00 per person) buffet style lunch. 

"Welcome Home to Hampton - Adopt an Airman" is a new program started by the LCLA. Learn more here.

US Air Force
Air Combat Command
633rd Air Base Wing
1st Fighter Wing
480th ISR Wing
192 Fighter Wing

© 2017 by Langley Civic Leaders Association.

Background Photo attributed to A1C Kimberly Nagle, courtesy USAF

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F-22 Raptor

A U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor takes-off during a training mission at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Sept. 18, 2017. Once pilots are chosen to fly an F-22, they attend an eight-month long basic course, also known as “B” course to learn the fundamentals of the aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tristan Biese -