The Airborne Quarterly
(The "Voice" of the American Airborne Association and "Digest" of the Airborne)

Each Issue contains:

Eighty-four plus pages with Feature Articles on units, personnel and operations. Your history, your legacy and your traditions.



Regular Columns

Airborner Distaff

Col's Army Brat

Some Not So Lucky

Foreign Airborne

Airborne Historical Operations 

Airborne Humor
"Airborner" Mailbox

"Airborner" Bookstore, Book Reviews and, much more!



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History of the Airborne Quarterly Magazine


Originally published by the then Airborne Association beginning in the 60s, the magazine existed for about six years. The turmoil of the Vietnam Era and declining membership saw both the then Association and magazine go into ‘hull defilade’.

In the late 80s, Dale Yee resurrected the magazine and published it until his death in the late 90s, after ten years of publication.

At that time, the current publisher (Col (Ret.) William E. Weber) chartered the non-profit fraternal veterans organization (American Airborne Association) and made the magazine the publication of that organization. It has been published continuously since then as the “Voice” of the American Airborne Association



American Airborne Association
The Airborne Quarterly
10301 McKinstry Mill Road
New Windsor, MD 21776-7903

Phone: 410-775-7733     Fax: 1-410-775-7760

Toll free: 888-567-2927