The Northern Arizona Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (NACMOAA) meets the first Saturday of even- numbered months at Augie’s located in Frontier Village in Prescott. It’s a midday meeting, beginning at 1130 Hours. Lunch is served at noon. Typically, there is a speaker or program after lunch.
Membership and Dues:
As in National MOAA anyone who has ever held a commission or a warrant in any of the seven U.S. uniformed services is eligible to join NACMOAA. Junior and Senior ROTC college cadets are also eligible to join. Dues are $20 a year and are due in January. For new members, dues are prorated quarterly. If one joins NAC in the first quarter dues are $20. In the second quarter, they are $15. In the third quarter, they are $10. If one joins in the fourth quarter dues are $20 but that covers the fourth quarter plus the succeeding entire year. Surviving Spouse members pay no chapter dues. Applications for membership can be found in our newsletter.
NACMOAA’s mission is to promote the purposes and objectives of the Military Officers Association of America; to foster fraternal relations among retired, active and former commissioned and warrant officers of the seven U.S. uniformed services, including the National Guard and Reserve Components; to protect the rights and interests of our members and all U.S. military veterans, their dependents and survivors; and to serve the community and the nation.
The Outback is the NAC newsletter. It publishes six times a year and is distributed 10 days to two weeks prior to the next Chapter meeting. It contains news about NAC activities and information on time, place, and location of the next meeting, along with menu choices for lunch.
To advocate for our military community and connect it to the nation we
To promote and protect a strong national defense and lead our nation to honor its commitments to all who serve.