The North Georgia Airborne Association (NGAA) is for anyone who has honorably or is now serving with an Airborne unit.

The objectives of the North Georgia Airborne Association shall be:

  • To preserve in a patriotic reverence, the memory of those who served in the United States armed as a qualified parachutist; to support and enhance the fame and glory of the airborne
  • To maintain and strengthen the bonds of comradeship which distinguished the men and women who served in the airborne
  • To provide opportunities , for members to foster and cultivate their relations
  • To provide a means of gathering, receiving and disseminating information relative to its members
  • To encourage among them a close and friendly spirit of mutual cooperation
  • To perpetuate the airborne spirit as to heritage and tradition for future generations.


A Time of Remembrance for Gary Weller (6/14/2018) - On Monday, May 14, 2018, Gary S. Weller, our founder and leader of the North Georgia Airborne Association passed away at his home at the age of 82. Gary is survived by his wife Mary Weller; son Jay (Monica) Weller; Keith (Michelle) Weller; grandchildren Julian Glasser, Ethan and Ryan Weller. A church service was performed …
Gary Spencer Weller (6/14/2018) - June 7, 1935 – May 14, 2018 Gary S. Weller, a resident of Gainesville, GA for 10 years passed away at his home on Monday, May 14, 2018. He was 82. The son of the late John and Irma Weller, Gary was born in Buffalo, NY and lived most of his life there but, moved …
The Parachutist’s Creed (4/21/2018) - The Parachutist’s Creed     I volunteered as a parachutist, fully realizing the hazards of my chosen service; and by my thought and by my actions will always uphold the prestige, honor and rich esprit-de-corps of the only volunteer branch of the army.     I realize that a parachutist is not merely a soldier who arrives …