April 17, 2015
Navy Vice Adm. William F. Moran, chief of naval personnel, outlined the Navy’s efforts to attract, train and retain the very best people in a challenging budget environment during MOAA’s Council Presidents’ Seminar luncheon pril 16 at the Crowne Plaza Old Town in Alexandria.
More than 150 members of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) will participate in the annual “Storming the Hill” campaign Wednesday in Washington to urge their legislators to maintain a strong national defense, which requires Congress to end the harmful effects of sequestration.
Retired Col. Mike Hayden, USAF, director of government relations of the Military Officers Association of America, testified before the House Armed Services Committee’s subcommittee on personnel today, urging Congress to further study the retirement and health care proposals that potentially would have a negative impact on the military medical readiness and career retention required by the All-Volunteer Force (AFV).
March 16, 2015
February 25, 2015
More than 250 military spouses joined MOAA in Virginia Beach on Tuesday, Feb 24, to attend the Military Spouse Symposium “Keeping a Career on the Move®.” Virginia’s first lady Dorothy McAuliffe kicked off the award-winning professional-development conference, which was open to all military spouses, currently serving military personnel, retirees, veterans and surviving spouses.