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Valley of the Sun

The Arizona Chapter of MOAA was the first Chapter to receive a Charter in the State of Arizona. The Charter was issued by MOAA on 22 October 1956.

Most of our members live in the Phoenix Metro area--Cave Creek, Carefree, Scottsdale, Mesa, Fountain Hills, Glendale and Phoenix proper. 

Maricopa County is the second fastest growing county in the U.S. and Phoenix is now the sixth largest city.  All you have to do is visit and you will see why!  Come visit our great state and our state's number one MOAA chapter.

President's Greetings

A hearty welcome to you!  All newcomers are encouraged to call us or attend one of our many events.  Let's us show you why you should join Arizona's first and finest chapter.  

Even if you only want some information or advice, please contact me or any of our Board of Directors.  Phoenix has a lot to offer--that's why we're here--and hopefully our website provides you a glimpse why.

Ronald R. Green, LtCol USAF (Ret)
President, Arizona Chapter of MOAA

Chapter Profile

Chapter social meetings are held monthly, alternating each month between dinner or luncheon format.  We conduct business and legislative awareness meetings as called for by the President.  These meetings are generally held in the Scottsdale and Phoenix area.

Current objectives of the Chapter are to ensure each social gathering is entertaining and informative.  Business meetings are generally planning sessions and Legislative updates.  Our goal of having a strong, viable TOPS program is now reality.  This is a major project we give continued, strong emphasis.  Anyone wishing information on the Phoenix job market should contact our TOPS advisor or any member listed at the top of our web page.

Our current membership is 212 including 47 auxiliary members and growing rapidly--74 new members in 2002 alone.

What's New

Don't miss our April 3rd General Meeting.  Our guest speaker is General Ron Fogleman, former USAF Chief of Staff.  His presentation topic is the "Military Transformation in Transition."  To make your reservations now, fill out the form in the March issue of The SentinelFor directions, to the Best Western Executive Park Hotel, go to our C2 Center.

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Arizona Chapter members present wreath at the Pearl Harbor Remembrance ceremonies in Phoenix on December 7, 2002

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Last modified: February 26, 2003