The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is the largest Military Officers’ Association, operated exclusively to benefit members; whether they be active duty, former, retired, Reserve and National Guard and their families. Essentially, membership in MOAA entitles you to privileged access to an exclusive portfolio of programs and services. Such benefits are, but not limited to:
- Publications & Resources
- Military Benefits Information
- Career Transition Resources
- Exclusive Products and Services
- Powerful Legislative Advocacy
Similarly to the NGAUS, MOAA Membership gives you access to privileges that will help you stay informed about the issues that uniquely impact you as a military Officer, your military benefits and topics that are of concern to all military Officers. Here is a broad Overview of the MOAA.
Publications & Resources: Every month your membership includes a magazine loaded with critical updates and fascinating behind-the-scenes insights tailored to your interests as a military Officer. You will also receive E-Newsletters and Alerts such as legislative updates, news exchange and other MOAA messages.
Military Benefits Counseling and Information: As an MOAA member, you have unlimited access to a team if highly trained benefits professionals who know the ins and outs of military benefits, Social Security and other related matters. You have the option to work one-on-one with a counselor via phone or email, or access the many guides available thought the MOAA Information Exchange.
Career Transition Resources: The MOAA Career Transition program will help you prepare a resume that takes full advantage of the valuable lessons and experience gained from your extensive military background. The MOAA experts will also help you target your career search to civilian employers who will understand your value.
Exclusive Products & Services: MOAA membership entitles you to privileged access to a wide range of benefits and services that compliment and supplement the entitlements you already receive as a military Officer such as insurance and financial services as well as other discounts and travel privileges.
Powerful Legislative Advocacy: Probably the most powerful benefit to MOAA members in being a part of the nation’s largest and most influential association of military Officers. By taking an active role in MOAA’s legislative efforts you can use the available tools to learn about your legislators’ positions on key issues, contact your legislators directly to urge their support of MOAA’s priorities and sign up for critical alerts when action is needed most.
Whether you are a current or former military officer, you should check out the Military Officer’s Association and see what it is all about. You will quickly discover that it is a great advocate for military officers and joining the association is a great way to stay up to date with current issues facing military officers.
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5 thoughts on “Military Officers Association of America: An Overview”
MOAA is not an organization that I was aware of either. In fact, the only reason I became knowledgable was because they sent me a membership application in the mail. It wasn’t until USAA offered FREE membership in the MOAA for a year did I join. What a great source of information for Officers!
I joined MOAA after the USAA offer, too! I figure If I am willing to be a part of NGAUS and Quad-A, this would be another great one.
Good for you, Candace! :)
It is. I used to enjoy reading their magazines they sent me in the mail.
There are a lot of resources I wasn’t aware of, and wasn’t familiar with the organization itself. I think there would be a lot more use of the resources. Of course, I’m no longer on the inside and won’t get news about resources. Newsletters and alerts are valuable as well as entertaining. It’s hard, too, to make the transition from active duty to the reserves or civilian life and still knowing what’s going on makes that a smoother transtion. I know I liked the family-like sense of being a part of. I cherish that time.