Welcome to the “Fort Benning Chapter MOAA” Site – 2021
MOAA is an independent, nonprofit organization operated exclusively to benefit members of the uniformed services – Active Duty, former and retired, National Guard and Reserve – and their families and their survivors. MOAA is dedicated to preserving their earned entitlements and to maintaining a strong national defense. From March 2020 we have been focused on the health of our members due to the COVID-19 health emergency.
MOAA is open to all Active Duty, Reserve, Retired and Former Officers of the United States Army, United States Marine Corps, United States Navy, United States Air Force, United States Space Force, United States Coast Guard, National Guard United States Public Health Service and The National Oceanic, and Atmospheric Administration. All widow’s and widowers of MOAA National or those who were entitled to be members are encouraged to join as Surviving Spouse members. We are pleased to accept Foreign Officers as Honorary Members.
Our Chapter, which is 62 years old, has a goal – providing a Professional Development and Mentoring opportunity for all Junior Officers. We have partnered with the Columbus State University ROTC “Cougar Battalion” to support those pursuing commissions in the Military, and we support 18 local JROTC programs, and provide speakers for local/regional schools, when requested. The Georgia MOAA Council recognized our Chapter in September, at the State Virtual Conference, for our ROTC & JROTC program support initiatives.
The purpose of the “Fort Benning Chapter” includes: advocating with Political Leaders on issues affecting all those serving, retirees, and their families, such as obtaining a modern VA Community Based Outreach Clinic (CBOC); providing scholarships to deserving youth; providing useful services for members; providing social activities for the benefit of our members; supporting Wreaths Across America an dthe Fort Benning Main Post Cemetery; and, serving the community and the Nation. Thank YOU for YOUR service to our Nation.
Please join us in Recognizing and Honoring COL (Ret) Ralph Puckett, who was notified by the President, on April 30, that his Distinguished Service Cross for Bravery in Korea was upgraded to the Medal of Honor.
Please Renew YOUR Chapter Membership for 2021.
Help us Welcome New Members, April 2021:
MG David Coburn, GMC Marissa Readinger Dr Jack Tidwell Thalmus Day Thomas Royer
Please Support and Thank our Chapter Sponsors:
Biff Hadden, HHCF Professional Contractors & Engineer Services LLC