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Committee  Updates

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CAPT(R) Lynn Nash

Advocacy in Action (AiA) is MOAA’s biggest event of the year. It’s time for MOAA members to gather — whether in person or remotely — and raise our voice. In April, we’re rallying to take our message to Capitol Hill and speak up for issues that matter to the uniformed services community.

 Hundreds of MOAA members will go to Capitol Hill April 17. Many others will participate by sending messages from wherever they are. MOAA asks you to engage directly with your lawmakers, whether in the halls of Congress or from home. Lawmakers and their staffs need to hear what matters to you.

Please join us in raising our voice on these three key priorities:

●  The Major Richard Star Act to support combat-injured veterans and make sure they receive the pay they earned.

●  The BAH Restoration Act to restore the full Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH).

●  Protecting TRICARE For Life to make sure the benefit is still there for those who serve

See how you can get involved and support our efforts HERE



MOAA members, their families, and networks can also use the Capital Hotline at (866) 272-6622 to call their elected officials toll-free.  When using the hotline, be sure to ask to speak with the military legislative assistant or legislative director.  If neither staffer is available, ask to schedule a follow-up phone call when they are available.




Our MUSNAVC Legislation Early Push program is activated and we encourage all members to be involved and supportive.  Check out this new on of a kind program HERE.  We continue to strongly encourage all members to support and take action on the MOAA Active Legislative Campaigns presented in the weekly MOAA Newsletter.  


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Download and use at events to market new members.  Print Trifold on both sides of paper.

 Membership Update

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COL (Ret) Kat Clark

Here is a breakdown of our current membership.  Word of mouth, member to colleague, remains the most effective recruiting tool.  To help us reach out, to potential new members, we have placed our downloadable outreach letter and brochure above.  Share them with colleagues and help spread the word.  MUSNAVC members have proven to be a powerful voice in supporting National MOAA  advocacy efforts.


Nurses have been advocates throughout our professional career.  Encourage others to join us who have committed to "Never Stop Serving".  


Let us know what we can do to improve and enhance your membership. 


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Visit MOAA Surviving Spouse Website for more information and resources HERE


LCDR(Ret) Tina Meservey

Surviving Spouse


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Visit our Transition and Job Search page HERE

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COL(Ret) Tonya Rogers

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MOAA offers a range of resources for servicemembers seeking to take the next step in their professional life. Whether you plan to enter the workforce or maximize your GI Bill benefits, don't skip this must-read guidance.

Get the details from the MOAA 2023 Transition Guide HERE

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MOAA Members Download Guide HERE

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