The Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO)
San Antonio Chapter
The San Antonio Chapter of The Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO) presents this website to serve our members and visitors as a portal to our activities and to provide word of upcoming educational events.
Principles and Objectives
AFIO members subscribe to the US intelligence community’s core values of patriotism, excellence, integrity, dedication and loyalty. AFIO’s key objectives and principles are to support today’s needs and foster forward thinking for:
A strong and responsible national intelligence establishment able to manage growing threats and issues in today’s globally intertwined environment.
Understanding of the intellectual, political, business and public communities for an effective and cohesive national intelligence infrastructure.
Strategies in intelligence operations that support leaders at the local, state and federal levels as they make timely security decisions.
Stimulation of interest in the career needs of US Intelligence and its contractors, among a wide range of students at high schools and universities around the country.
Execution of effective national policies that advance the defense and security of the country, its citizens and its allies.
Our chapter's goal is to conduct unclassified programs to teach the importance of intelligence to our nation's interests and welfare. Here are some past programs.
Investigation of USS Cole Attack
Briefing on Remotely Piloted Aircraft
Intelligence Education Programs
Operation Bolo = Ultimate Deception
Federal War on Organized Crime
Wuhan China Overview
Russian Air Force Operations in Syria
Evolution of RPAs and Drones
Biological Warfare, An Overview
The Growth of Chinese Military Power
On the road to world domination.
Contacts and Resources
The national office of The Association of Former Intelligence Officers' website:
www.afio.com has many resources related to intelligence careers and their scholarship program.
The Central Intelligence Agency's web site has an extensive library of information about the organization. Their website is www.cia.gov. The CIA has scholarships to support students seeking careers in intelligence.
Members of the San Antonio Chapter of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers may come and speak to your group on a variety of unclassified topics. The San Antonio Chapter can be reached via the email email@example.com.
The Association of Former Intelligence Officers
San Antonio Chapter
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