AFA Members Know the Value of Mentorship
AFA member SrA Marc Granville recently separated from active duty and joined the D.C. Air National Guard unit at Andrews Air Force Base, MD. In order to complete his bachelor’s degree and pursue an officer’s commission, Granville joined the AFROTC program at the University of Maryland and chose to join Arnold Air Society’s Frank P. Lahm Squadron to gain invaluable leadership training and mentorship the honor society provides its cadet members.
Granville, pictured above with the AAS Lahm Squadron’s mascot, “Frankie the Lamb,” attended AFA President Gen Larry Spencer’s address to the Airmen at Langley Air Force Base, VA, on April 13. General Spencer discussed the importance of finding a trustworthy mentor and the impact it can have on both your professional career and personal life. “That is why I’m truly thankful I joined AFA, not only for the personal development but the amazing mentors I have been able to come across,” said Granville.
From Tyler Johnson, AFA Central East Region President, to AFA President General Larry Spencer, Granville has built several relationships with mentors who have impacted his life all because of his involvement in AFA. AFA is here to help our members grow – both personally and professionally – through all stages of life and career. We are here to build Airmen for Life. You can now add the Airman for Life logo on merchandise from our Hangar Store, click here to shop.