The Virginia Council of Chapters (VCOC) is a non-partisan, non-profit organization, chartered to better the overall well being of its member chapters. VCOC supports and serves 17 member chapters, advocating legislative affairs pertaining to active duty, retired and former military members. VCOC enhances the image of America’s uniformed services in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is a non-profit organization headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. MOAA is the nation’s largest and most influential association of military officers, totaling 38,398 members in Virginia. Independent, nonprofit, politically nonpartisan, MOAA is one powerful voice speaking for a strong national defense, representing the interests of military officers at all stages of a military career.
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An Award Winning Council of Chapters
Five Star Award Winners Level of Excellence Award Winners 2018
Five Star Affiliates
Virginia Council of Chapters
Central Virginia Chapter
Falcons Landing Chapter
George C. Marshall Chapter
Hampton Roads Chapter
Heritage Hunt Chapter
Mount Vernon Chapter
Northern Virginia Chapter
Portsmouth Area Chapter
Richmond Area Chapter
Virginia Peninsula Chapter
Marvin J. Harris Communication Award Winners 2019
View winners here: Marvin J. Harris
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The past year was a pivotal one for the Military Officers Association of America. We’ve strengthened our position and continue to lead, among the military and veterans’ organizations nationwide. We bring a credible voice and volume to Capitol Hill to look out for all uniformed servicemembers, veterans, their families and surviving spouses. In 2019, as we wrap up this 90th year for MOAA, major moves – physically and virtually – are being made to ensure the organization remains successful for years to come.
Click below links to view MOAA year in review 2019, Summer Storming 2020 videos (narrated by VCOC Vice President CDR Linc Smith, USNR, Ret) and MOAA Virginia Council Update Jaunaury 2021 , presented at the VCOC First Quarter meeting 2021 by MOAA Vice President, Council/Chapter and Membership Support CAPT Jim Carman, USN (Ret).
MOAA Year in Review 2019 MOAA Homepage MOAA Summer Storming 2020
MOAA Virginia Council Update January 2021