PJ Association Reunion Events will be held at the Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk.
Events and activities commence with registration on Wednesday, September 19th, concluding the 22nd, with hotel check-out on Sunday the 23rd. Gather-up with us, for this world-class-event as we Celebrate 75 Years of PJ History.
The 2018 PJ Reunion and Rodeo is sponsored by the PJ Association, and hosted by Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA), and the Lackland AFB Pararescue Team.
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PJ Rodeo Events are a tough, but friendly competition held bi-annually in conjunction with the PJ Reunion.
The 2018 PJ Rodeo and Reunion are sponsored by the PJ Association, and hosted by Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA), and the Lackland AFB Pararescue Team.
PJ Rodeo events are Monday, September 17th, through Friday, the 21st.
Gather up with us, and Celebrate 75 Years of PJ History. Click the 75th logo for scheduled events and registration.
Mission and Membership
The PJ Association is a New Mexico Tax Exempt Corporation organized pursuant to the provisions of IRS Code Section 501c19.
We are mission central for Pararescuemen, Association Members, PJA sponsored events, and for recognition and memorials commemorating the valorous humanitarian and combat action of Pararescuemen serving around the globe.
We honor the past, respect and recognize the present, and prepare for the future with the contributions and support of our association membership, from our active duty, retired and former Pararescuemen, and from the families and friends of Pararescuemen.
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The PJ Association is founded on the distinctive relationship among men in the Pararescue career field. Our members share the bond and spirit of the Pararescue brotherhood.
The Association provides the initiative and resources to promote special events and activity, and to document the history, heritage and legacy of United States Air Force Pararescuemen.About the PJ Association...
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Membership in the PJ Association is open to active duty, retired and former Pararescuemen, to friends, family and to individuals who support or who have supported USAF Pararescue.
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With active engagement and participation from the PJ Association membership, we remember those who came before us. We demonstrate our respect and recognition for those at the tip of the spear in the global missions of humanitarian aid and the war against terror, and we help to shape the future of Pararescue with our experienced vision.
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Air Force Cross Ceremony
Continuing the Legacy of Valor, MSgt Keary Miller and Christopher Baradat received the Air Force Cross medal from CSAF General David Goldfein at Hurlburt Air Park, FL. They honor country, themselves, family and the USAF.
History in the making: Christopher Baradat and retired MSgt Keary Miller, #SpecialTactics Airmen, receive Air Force Cross medals from CSAF Gen. David L. Goldfein at Hurlburt Field. #LegacyofValor United States Air Force
Posted by Air Force Special Tactics on Thursday, April 20, 2017
Pararescue - That Others May Live
The most highly trained and versatile personnel recovery specialists in the world, USAF Pararescue is organized, trained, equipped, and postured to conduct full spectrum personnel recovery and combat rescue operations.
A1C William Pitsenbarger - Vietnam
Remembering Pararescuman A1C William Pitsenbarger... The Medal of Honor is the most prestigious award for valor in action against an enemy force awarded to an individual serving in the Armed Services of the United States.