The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is a nonprofit,nonpartisan association dedicated to maintaining a strong national defense and, most importantly, to preserving the earned entitlements of the uniformed services and their families and survivors. No other organization serving officers is so dedicated and so successful.
Joining a Chapter like the Montgomery Area Chapter (MAC/MOAA) provides grass roots support needed to pass legislation to protect and enhance the interests of those still serving and those who have served in our nations' military. MAC MOAA is affilated with the Military Officers Association of America.
For more information on joining, click on the Join Us or "Click Here to Join" button at the top left of each page. For any questions or for more information, click on firstname.lastname@example.org on the bottom right of each page.
If you are interested in Federal Legislation that may affect you as a military officer, you will find MOAA National's "Take Action Center of interest. See below.
Our monthly luncheons are back in business at the Arrowhead Club in Montgomery.
The Montgomery Area Chapter's 2024 Scholarship Program is open. Please click on the Scholarship tab for more information and the Application.
Air University Renames War Gaming Center in Honor of General Charles "Chick" Cleveland!!
Former Air University Commander, Korean War Ace and a proud member of the Montgomery Area Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America, Lieutenant General Charles J. "Chick" Cleveland, passed away last year at the age of 93. The MAC MOAA Board believed our chapter should find some way to honor General Cleveland. Our plan was to create and pay for a commemorative plaque and have it on or near the F-86 static display on Maxwell. Our chapter historian, Captain George Cully, took the lead and worked with base officials. Air University officials enthusiastically agreed with our idea but, as General Cleveland was the Air University commander when the Wargamming Center was concieved and constructed, they proposed renaming the Wargaming Center in Genreal Cleveland's honor and mounting our memorial plaque on that building
AIr University hosted a ceremony on May 25, 2023 oficially renaming the Center. MAC MOAA's plaque and potrait were unvailed and Lt Col Peter Brambir, a former two time President of our local Chapter, was asked to make a few remarks.
Our Chapter was honored to be a part of this salute to General Cleveland.
Please support our 2023 Golf Tournament Sponsors! They helped us raise over $19,000 for our Scholarship Fund!
Fifty Eight of MAC MOAA's Vietnam Vets honored at our Veterans Day Luncheon Novmeber 8, 2018. Our gest speaker, Major General Rothstein and Alabama Council of Chapters President Dave Jenson are at the extreme right of the photo. Available below are the handout listing our member's Vietnam stories and the extended version. Both are Word documents and can be downloaded and printed.
Have a concern about legislation concerning military officers? Don't stay silent. MOAA's "Take Action Center" has tips and tools you can use. Click on the buttom below.
This website was a MOAA "5 Star" winner in 2019 , 2020 , 2021, 2022 & 2023
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Last updated: November 9, 2023