The Beginner’s Guide to

An Association For Military Men In America

After World War One, thousands of military men had difficulties in finding a job, sought medical assistance and no financial support from the government that is why on 23 February 1929, the Military Officers Association of America (formerly known as Retired Officers Association) was established which aims to provide military retirement benefits while keeping close relations among uniformed personnel in America.

Through the great minds and kind hearts of Earl and Countess Haig, Marshal of the Fleet Earl Betty, Marshal of the Royal Air Force Viscount Trenchard and City of London, the association was able to gain thousands of subscribers and is continuing to grow today, read more here.

The Military Officers Association of America has a rough estimate of subscribers around 380,000 and is the largest organization for military men, way back 1944 it only had 2,000 members.

Current and former officers, commission officers, warrant officers, working under the United States Army, the United States Marine Corps, the United States Navy, the United States Air Force, the United States Coast Guard, the United States Public Health Service, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration can subscribe to the Military Officers Association of America Military Officers Association of America.

The association provides its members an assistance if ever they decide to change careers, even educational support is given.

In addition to that, the association aims to increase the number of uniformed personnel especially encouraging the youth and their members in the association by encouraging government policies for the financial support or assistance to their members and providing them with regular updates of national defense issues and legislative cases.

The association also aims to address important national defense issues that military men are facing and update the members about it, although, the association does not support military strategy debates or any specific weapons systems.

The organization has a total of 36 board members each working for the military and represents a specific geographic region, together they elect a president who shall oversee the administrative and operational work, a secretary, a chief financial officer, a chairman and 3 vice chairman.

The Military Officers Association of America has a total of 36 board members each representing a specific geographical region and a uniformed personnel, they elect a chairman, 3 vice chairman, chief financial officer, secretary and an association president who is in charge of running the organization.

With its beautiful motto “One Powerful Voice” and life-changing benefits given to its members, the association has touched the hearts of charities all over the world including committed members of Cobseo, The Royal British Legion, the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, ABF-The Soldiers’ Charity, the RAF Benevolent Fund, as well as other service and civilian charities to help them with their cause.