The Security Forces Museum Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the heritage and maintaining a place to honor security personnel who have served in the United States Air Corps and Air Force. Throughout the museum are many displays, and memorials acknowledging the achievements and honoring memories of Defenders from 1948 till today made possible by the foundation. The Hall of Honor is a special place to remember and reflect on our fallen Defenders.
Col (ret) Mel G. Grover
Col (ret) E. Vern Taylor
#1 CMSgt (ret) Frank M. Crowder
#2 MSgt (ret) Blake L. Carrington
MSgt (ret) Catherine Jeffryes
Col (ret) John E. Tucker
Col (ret) John W. Probst
CMSgt (ret) Jerry R. Nelson
GS-11 (ret) Ken Neal
The United States Security Police Museum (renamed the USAF Security Forces Museum in 2007) was established on November 5, 1979 to honor all Active Duty, Reserve, AN Guard and Retired Air Force Security Police personnel to preserve the history and heritage of the career field. It is located on Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas and is supported by the Security Forces Museum Foundation.
Security Forces is the largest career field in the Air Force with one in five Airmen being a Defender. Security Forces are the sole ground defense force for the Air Force protecting bases, personnel, aircraft and infrastructure around the world. Explore the different exciting jobs, duties and positions within this career, and see how the career field has changed through time.