Membership

ANG Federal Credit offers a full range of financial services and member programs designed to ensure convenience, security and personal service. Established in 1957, ANG Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned and controlled by its members. The focus of the credit union is to serve our members. 

Joining ANG Federal Credit Union is easy – just simply visit our office and deposit at least $25.00 in a share(savings) account. To join the Credit Union, you need to be active in the military, retired military or family member of a current ANG Federal Credit Union member. 

Also, our "Once a Member, Always a Member" policy means that once you or a family member joins the Credit Union, they are a member for life!

We are currently seeking new companies to add to our field of membership. If you are a company that is interested in being able to offer your employees the benefit of the Credit Union's services, please let us know.

 

 
 

No Lines No Waiting

Once you become a member of the Credit Union you are immediately eligible to make use of our wide range of services. This means you can become a member, open a free checking account and apply for a loan all at the same time.

 

 

ANG Federal Credit Union, 5401 East Lake Blvd., Birmingham, AL 35217
(205) 841-4525 / (866) 341-4525 / (205) 841-4545 Fax
(866) 648-0335 Audio / (800) 237-6211 VISA

Special thanks to the Air National Guard and other military websites for allowing the use of the sites' photos

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Unauthorized Access is Prohibited. All Accesses are Monitored.

To assist members in accessing information not maintained on this site, the credit union provides links to other Internet addresses. Be advised that: 1) by clicking on any link to other Internet addresses, you are leaving the credit union’s web site; 2) you are linking to an alternate web site not operated by the credit union; 3) the credit union is not responsible for the content of the alternate web site; 4) the credit union does not represent either the third party or the member if the two enter into a transaction; and 5) privacy and security policies may differ from those practiced by the credit union.