With superlative customer service as an AAFMAA hallmark, we pride ourselves on how much we care for our Members and their survivors. To serve you better, we developed a new Beneficiary Information Form to make it easier to keep us up-to-date with the contact information of your beneficiaries. That way, when the time comes, we’ll know exactly who should receive the benefits of your policy.
Many of us have prepared a Power of Attorney designating someone who can act on our behalf for when we aren't in the position to make important decisions ourselves. Some of these decisions involve making changes to life insurance policies. Read more to see what changes your Power of Attorney designee can actually make to your life insurance policy.
Read Carlos Perez's account of how he became an AAFMAA member. Perez, AAFMAA Assistant Secretary and retired US Army Colonel (also pictured to the left with two AAFMAA members), became a lifelong member of this association nearly 30 years ago as a West Point cadet.