Northern Arizona Chapter

Military Officers Association of America

Areas Served

24,375 square miles

Serving Mohave, Yavapai, and Gila Counties


Our History

NACMOAA has operated continuously since it was chartered in 1972 as an affiliate chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. NACMOAA serves the veterans and their families in parts of Mohave, Yavapai, and Gila counties. Our geographic catchment area is bounded on the west side by the Colorado River and runs from Lake Havasu to Payson, thence northwestward to Temple Bar on the south shore of Lake Mead. The Chapter covers 24,375 square miles. The Chapter was host to the Flagstaff Satellite Chapter until it was chartered in 2012 as the Grand Canyon Chapter MOAA. We currently host the Mohave Satellite Chapter in our western area along the Colorado River, including Bullhead City, Lake Havasu City, and Kingman.

NACMOAA earned the 4-Star Levels of Excellence award from National MOAA in 2011. Then for the next eight consecutive years we have earned the 5-Star LOE award for excelling in meeting the mission requirements set by the Chapter and by National.

The NACMOAA Mission

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 eight 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.


National MOAA Mission

Established in 1929, Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that supports military at every stage of life – active duty, second career and retired. It is a voice on Capitol Hill for the benefits promised to veterans for their service and sacrifice. MOAA is the largest and most influential association of military officers with over 355,000 members. Members are active, retired, and former officers of the eight uniformed services, plus Guard and Reserve and ROTC and Academy Senior and Junior cadets. As a voice in Washington, MOAA lobbies Congress, the president, DOD, etc. on defense and veterans issues such as: readiness, healthcare, pharmacy, pay and retirement.