About Us: Honoring Former Military Officers for Their Service and Sacrifice
Mission: Air Force Village is dedicated to quality retirement living with emphasis on individual well-being.
Vision: To meet the evolving needs of our current and future residents while fostering close relationships with military and community partners.
Air Force Village is a modern military retirement community in San Antonio, Texas, that welcomes retired and former officers* from the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, Air and Army National Guard and Reserves, their spouses, widowed spouses, parents and grandparents.. The non-profit Air Force Village retirement communities include Air Force Village I, located near Lackland AFB, which opened in 1970 and is home to more than 500 retired career officers. Air Force Village II, seven miles away, has grown to a vibrant community of 700 residents since opening in 1987. The Villages span acres of well-manicured green space, with modern residences that include stylish new garden homes and urban apartments, established cottages and modern high-rise apartments. Residents enjoy exceptional dining, an active social life with more than 65 events per month, group shuttle transportation and ongoing opportunities for culture, education and travel.
As a CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community), Air Force Village brings peace of mind to residents with facilities and services that include independent living, assisted living, a new standard in skilled nursing and rehabilitation, home health and exceptional Alzheimer's and dementia care at the world renowned Freedom House. As evidence of its commitment to excellence, Air Force Village earned national distinction in 1987 as the first military retirement community to be accredited by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission.
Visit us. Experience the camaraderie, stimulating activities, delightful amenities and professional services ... with friends who share a history of military service. Enjoy the temperate climate, superb dining, excellent shopping, culture, golf, professional sports and casual lifestyle that make San Antonio, Texas a popular retirement spot for military retirees.
* The term "officer" includes Regular, Reserve, Warrant and National Guard officers, as well as retired commissioned officers of the U.S. Public Health Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.