Air Force Services Agency

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Air Force Services Agency
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Active 5 February 1991 – present
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Garrison/HQ San Antonio, Texas
Colonel Sandra Adams

The Air Force Services Agency (AFSVA) conducts research and development, policy implementation, and provides technical expertise in support of the bases, major commands, and Air Staff. It oversees the worldwide operation of the Air Force fitness program, food service, lodging, mortuary affairs, readiness, libraries, management information systems, family member programs, non-appropriated fund transformation, purchasing, construction, non-appropriated fund food and beverage operations, amusement machines, Tops In Blue, Air Force-level sports, the world-class athlete program, golf, bowling, outdoor recreation, aero clubs, arts and crafts, tickets and travel, plans and force management, and training. AFSVA also oversees centrally-managed programs that support the Air Staff, major commands, base level and deployed services/force support units.[1]

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