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* The MOAA Councils and Chapters that are the recipients of 2016 Col. Marvin J. Harris Communication Awards were announced at the President& ... [more]
Storming the Hill, 2016 April 13, 2016

Storming the Hill, 2016

April 13, 2016

* The North Carolina Council of Chapters President, CAPT Doug Ehrhardt, USN, Ret., participated in the annual MOAA "Storming the Hill" on April 13, 2016.

* The North Carolina team of "Stormers" (pictured L to R) consisted of COL Mike Rogers, USA, Ret., member, MOAA Board of Directors, Ms. Erica Parra, MOAA Currently Serving Spouse Advisory Committee and CAPT Ehrhardt.

Shown in the thumbnail pictures to the right are eight of the fourteen North Carolina legislators that were visited during the "Storming" activity that started at 9:00 AM and lasted until 4:45 PM.

- Senator Richard Burr, R-NC

- Representative Renee Ellmers, NC-02

- Representative Virginia Foxx, NC-05

- Representative Richard Hudson, NC-08

- Representative David Rouzer, NC-07

- Representative Walter Jones, NC-03

- Representative George Holding, NC-13

- Representative Robert Pittenger, NC09

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Survivor's Planning Guide 2016 Resource from the Surviving Spouse Advisory Committee

Survivor's Planning Guide

2016 Resource from the Surviving Spouse Advisory Committee

* Open/save the below, downloadable file that is a publication for use by all surviving spouses.

* The Surviving Spouse Advisory Committee (SSAC) is the new title for the Auxiliary Member Advisory Committee (AMAC). It is a committee of the Military Officers Association of America to provide advice/guidance for all MOAA Councils and Chapters related to topics important to surviving spouses.

The SSAC also has a Facebook page that is a useful link for MOAA members who are users of FB; search for "Surviving Spouses Of MOAA" to link to their page and join...

Link: Survivor's Planning Guide

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Letters to Congress

March 25, 2016

* Do the postcards and letters you submit to Congress from MOAA's Legislative Alerts on their website make a difference??

* Read the below, downloadable file on the MOAA web to learn more about the importance of everyone's participation in communicating with the Congress on matters regarding efforts to protect the earned entitlements of all military - active, retired, survivors and Guard and Reserve.

* Not already subscribed to MOAA's Legislative Alerts? Click here.

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MOAA - Your MOAA Letters Matter (pdf 336 Kb)

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New North Carolina Council of Chapters President Installed January 8, 2016
New North Carolina Council of Chapters President Installed

New North Carolina Council of Chapters President Installed

January 8, 2016

* The North Carolina Council of Chapters installed their new president, CAPT Doug Ehrhardt, USN, Ret. (upper right) at the 1st Quarterly Meeting of the Council which was hosted by the Charlotte-Metrolina Chapter, Col Ron Morgan, President and held at the Ballantyne Regal Theater, Charlotte, NC.

* Col Brian Anderson, USAF, Ret., Deputy Director, MOAA Department of Council and Chapter Affairs was the invited speaker at the ceremony.

* COL Jeri Graham, USN, Ret., (lower right) outgoing president for 2014-2015, was honored for her service to the Council and presented with numerous awards, to include the North Carolina Order of the Long Leaf Pine from the Governor, Pat McCrory.

* Scroll over the thumbnail pictures to the right to view additional photographs, with captions, from the Friday night dinner at the Ballantyne Regal Theater complex.

* NOTE: When viewing thumbnails, use your mouse to left click on the (F)ast, (M)edium or (S)low controller found in the upper right corner of any image displayed...doing so will run a slide show of all the images at the rate of speed selected. Enjoy!

Link: Click here for more pictures from the Friday dinner:

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More Pictures from the NCCOC New Officer Installation Dinner January 8, 2016

More Pictures from the NCCOC New Officer Installation Dinner

January 8, 2016

* Open and enjoy even more pictures from the NCCOC Officer Installation ceremony that was hosted by the Charlotte-Metrolina Chapter and held at the Regal Ballantyne Theater.

* NOTE: When viewing thumbnails, use your mouse to left click on the (F)ast, (M)edium or (S)low controller found in the upper right corner of any image displayed...doing so will run a slide show of all the images at the rate of speed selected. Enjoy!

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Col. Lloyd A. Osborne Piedmont Chapter Welcomes a New President November 16, 2015
Col. Lloyd A. Osborne Piedmont Chapter Welcomes a New President

Col. Lloyd A. Osborne Piedmont Chapter Welcomes a New President

November 16, 2015

* On Monday, November 16, 2015, the Piedmont Chapter in Greensboro, NC installed LTC Lee F. Richmond, USA, Ret. as their new chapter president.

* As part of the meeting, the chapter welcomed Col. Cherie Zadlo from MOAA national as the guest speaker. Col. Zadlo is shown (upper photo) presenting outgoing president, Maj. Aimee Corning with the MOAA coin for her service to the chapter.

* The three members are shown (lower photo): Maj. Corning, Col. Zadlo and LTC Richmond.

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Veterans Day National Ceremony November 11, 2015

Veterans Day National Ceremony

November 11, 2015

* MOAA was honored to serve as the 2015 host organization of the Veterans Day National Committee and participate in the annual Veterans Day National Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.

* MOAA president, Vice Adm. Norbert R. Ryan Jr., USN (Ret), joined our nation’s president, the secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, other senior officials, and members of the VDNC at the Presidential Armed Forces Full Honor Wreath-Laying Ceremony, conducted by the U.S. Army Military District of Washington, at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

* MOAA sincerely appreciates the efforts of our network of state councils and more than 400 affiliate chapters who actively embody the concept of lifetime service at the national, state and community levels. Our sincerest thanks to the all the council and chapter leaders who attended the Veterans Day ceremony and MOAA-hosted reception at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial. Our guests were warmly welcomed and expressed deep appreciation for MOAA’s hospitality and leadership. Special thanks to the Northern Virginia Chapter for their outstanding presentation of the colors and the Mount Vernon Chapter for the professional laying of the wreath.

B* MOAA's council and chapter leaders are truly our greatest ambassadors who inspire us every day with selfless service and sacrifice. Thanks again for your commitment to Never Stop Serving!

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