Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)
Greater Cincinnati Chapter
1. Make yourself heard. MOAA's chapters provide critical grassroots support for MOAA's national legislative agenda. Our benefits are under attack and MOAA is in the fight to preserve them. Chapter members let their legislators know what's on their minds and open doors for MOAA's legislative team in Washington, D.C. In these difficult times, MOAA members need to stick together and our chapters are the best way we know to do that.
2. Giving back to the community. Chapter members are MOAA's ambassadors in their communities, supporting countless programs that make a difference in the lives of others. These members have gone the extra step to give back in the truest sense of servant leadership.
3. Value added to chapter member lives. MOAA chapters sponsor interesting programs and opportunities to ineract with civic, political, military, and business leaders on issues important to members.
4. Networking with fellow officers. Chapters include second career members in the work force or retired servicemembers who have contacts in the community that can be valuable to transitioning officers.
5. Stay informed. Chapter newsletters, websites, and meetings provide you the latest information on local, state, and national issues and changes to military benefits.
6. Influencing state legislation. Most states have a council of chapters that unites every MOAA chapter in the state. These councils often lobby for and pass state-level legislation that affects military members and their families, such as exempting military retired pay from state income tax or increasing funding for state-run VA programs.
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This September, the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of MOAA will host the 2019 Ohio Council of Chapters Convention at the Quality Hotel in Blue Ash on the 20th-22nd of September. The theme of this year’s convention is “Continuing to Serve” and will feature LtGen Dana Atkins, USAF (ret) MOAA’s President and CEO as the keynote speaker at the banquet on Saturday evening. Registration, which includes a Meet and Greet Friday evening; speakers and lunch Saturday and the banquet Saturday night and the Sunday morning Ohio Council meeting are only $65 for Chapter members and $60 for their guest(s). Registration fees for national MOAA members who live in the Greater Cincinnati area and are not Cincinnati Chapter members are only $75, which also includes a one year Cincinnati chapter membership. Click Registration Form to reserve your spot now.
In addition, we are looking for Chapter members who are willing to help with the convention as we get closer to September. If anyone is interested, please let CAPT Mike Glaser, USN (ret), know via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Finally, if anyone is interested in being a sponsor for the convention, please click Sponsorship Benefits Form to find out more.
The Chapter received approval from DOD to participate in the Vietnam Commemoration Program
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) will now offer the Women Veterans license plate to any women who served or
retired in any of the branches of the military: Marine; Navy; Army; Air Force and Coast Guard.
License plates went on sale to the public Monday April 25, 2016.
See the video: "This is Real Life", which highlights the new license plate dedicated to women veterans.
VA Medical Center
Have you thought of volunteering at the VA Medical Center or wondered what you could do to help the veterans there? Click on the link below to see what donations are needed and the volunteer opportunities they. Volunteer Opportunities and Needs
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Last Updated: April 28th, 2019