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The USAF Heritage of America Band performs before a capacity crowd at a recent outdoor concert in Merchants Square, Williamsburg, Virginia. The band regularly performs in the Hampton Roads region during the summer months.
TSgt Jason Cale, a member of the USAF Heritage of America Band's Blue Aces, works with a veteran at the Salem, Virginia Veterans Medical Center. The band was assisting a board-certified music therapist while on a 4-day mission to the center.
Master Sergeant "Quez' Vasquez, vocalist for Full Spectrum, performs for Airmen during the Good Morning America broadcast from Langley Air Force Base, Virginia.
Members of the newly-formed Langley Air Force Base Drone club spend time building parts for recreational drone use. The new club meets every Wednesday over lunch, at the Community Commons on Langley AFB. Club members will receive an introduction to the hobby, and will learn essential skills for building and flying a drone, as well as advice on how to prepare for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) new knowledge test for operators of small unmanned aircraft.
Members of the USAF Heritage Brass Ensemble perform in concert.
Members of the USAF Heritage of America Band's popular music ensemble, Full Spectrum, entertain High School students, while on a recent tour. Full Spectrum is a six piece electrifying, high energy “pop & hip-hop” band made up of a lead singer, keyboards, guitar, bass, drums, and an audio engineer. Their sound is a mix of “old school” hip-hop similar to artists like “Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five”, “Run-DMC”, and “The Beastie Boys,” and today’s pop music trends such as “Maroon Five”, “Macklemoore” and “The Weekend”. Their musical influence stems from their main mission of reaching this generation’s youth and young adults. (USAF Photo - Released)
Members of the U.S.A.F. Full Spectrum pose with late-night talk show host Conan O'Brien and guest vocalist Grace Potter, prior to performing a special Veteran's tribute on Nov 10, 2016.
Members of the U.S. Air Force Heritage of America Band participate in the 2015 Virginia International Tattoo.
Members of the U.S. Air Force Heritage of America Band perform at the recent Air Combat Command Change of Command Ceremony at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. (U.S. Air Force photo - released)
MSgt Jennifer Dashnaw, Technical Sergeant Niko Ellison, Technical Sergeant Quez Vasquez and Staff Sergeant Rachel Webber of the U.S.A.F. Heritage of America Band sing "God Bless America" during the seventh-inning stretch of game six of the World Series (Daily Press/ October 30, 2013)
Heritage of America Band in Historic Jamestown
Bandsmen perform at the World Series


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Heritage of America Band Discography  



The United States Air Force Heritage of America Band's compact disc recordings are approved by the Department of the Air Force for use in public service broadcasting, recruiting, educational activities, troop morale and retention. The Band's CDs are not for sale, but are distributed to radio stations, public libraries and educational institutions throughout the United States. 

If you are a librarian, educator or public service broadcaster, we would be delighted to send you a collection of recordings by the United States Air Force Heritage of America Band. We only ask that you place them in your organization's permanent holdings so that all in your community may enjoy them for years to come.

Please allow up to 6 weeks for delivery. 

Because our recordings are produced in limited quantities, we are not able to honor requests for copies from individuals wanting them for their personal collection. Instead, we ask that you borrow the compact disc of your choice from your local public library. If your library's collection does not contain recordings by The United States Air Force Heritage of America Band, simply ask the librarian to request them from us. We will send a collection to be included in the library's holdings. By requesting Air Force Band recordings through your local library, you can help make our music available to everyone in your community.