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  • Air Force Enlisted Heritage Research Institute

    The Air Force Enlisted Heritage Research Institute (AFEHRI) was established 23 May 1997 and is currently a component of the Barnes Center for Enlisted Education. It is comprised of a Director, a Curator, a Superintendent in charge of the AFEHRI operations, and an Information Technology and Administration Technician. The AFEHRI’s mission is to
  • Enlisted Heritage Hall - About our Hallmark

    In 1917 service members developed a way to identify people assigned to various aviation units. Those in a support role (i.e., administrative clerks) wore a patch on the right sleeve of their uniform featuring a blue field and a white propeller. For aircraft mechanics, a white circle was added to the patch, and aircrew members added the wings.Many
  • Plan a Visit

    The Air Force Enlisted Heritage Hall is a great venue to hold your next event, group outing, or team building day.  All facilities and services offered by the Air Force Enlisted Heritage Hall are FREE OF CHARGE  Self-Guided Tours All visitors of the Air Force Enlisted Heritage Hall are welcome to roam about our facility and look at the exhibits
  • Preserve a Legacy

    Why Donate?The Enlisted Heritage Hall is a historical research center that falls under the Air University Foundation, a 501C(3) tax-exempt non-profit educational foundation that provides resources and support to military organizations throughout the River Region. The Enlisted Heritage Hall is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and showcasing the

550 McDonald Street, Bldg 1210
Maxwell-Gunter AFB AL 36114-3107

Phone: 334-416-3202

Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri 7am-4pm
Closed Holidays

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, The Enlisted Heritage Hall will be closed until further notice. During this time, our staff remains dedicated to fielding historical information requests that you may have. 

After hours and weekends available by appointment