Andrews AFB


Andrews Air Force Base was named after Lieutenant General Frank Maxwell Andrews, former Commanding General of U.S. Forces in Europe during WWII. As the official home of Air Force One, Andrews is in Maryland, just outside the DC beltway and close to the crab-filled waters of the Chesapeake Bay. Merging with Naval Air Facility Washington in 2009, it is now Joint Base Andrews. This charm is a .925 sterling silver blue crab accented with blue crystals and inscribed with “Andrews AFB MD” on the back.