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Welcome To The Cape Canaveral Chapter of The Military Officers Association of America

The Military Officers Association of America Cape Canaveral Chapter (MOAACC) is an affiliate of the national Military Officers Association of America. The mission of the Chapter is to promote the aims of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA). We advocate for national and state legislative actions that protect the rights and interests of veterans, uniformed services retirees, and active duty personnel (including all dependents and survivors of the same).

MOAA National, the various State Councils and their affiliate chapters, including the Military Officers Association of America, Cape Canaveral (MOAACC), are all nonpartisan organizations.


The Cape Canaveral Chapter (MOAACC) -- Over 1,200 strong here on the space coast -- joins with MOAA national as One Powerful  LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY​ voice ensuring that our nation keeps its commitments to all active, retired, & former military members, their families, and survivors.

Together, we are a powerful legislative voice advocating for the best interests of current and former uniformed services members of all ranks as well as the best interest of the nation.


The MOAACC organization has been very active in Brevard County since 1958. It is a service/social group of Military Officers, including retired, former and active duty from all eight uniformed services, as well as spouses and surviving spouses. It is dedicated to supporting the goals of MOAA and the community while promoting membership camaraderie with social activities, work in one of our many worthy causes and participation in many of the separate clubs associated with MOAACC.

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Each year beginning in 1984, The Cape Canaveral Chapter of The Military Officers Association of America has awarded Scholarship grants to descendants and wards of active duty or retired members of the Uniformed Services of the United States (includes Regular, National Guard or Reserve enlisted and officers of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Space Force, NOAA or USPHS).

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The chapter is devoted to fostering fellowship among its members and families and to stimulate love of country. The Thursday Morning Breakfast Club (TMBC), monthly luncheons (third Tuesdays) with guest speakers, Current Affairs Forums (3rd Thursday every other month) and a variety of  evening functions and special events are all designed to enhance our efforts towards these goals. The monthly newsletter, The Intercom, the biweekly Five Things e-Newsletter (and website and our Facebook page) inform members of these events and keeps them abreast of current issues of prime importance to the goals and objectives of the chapter and MOAA.

GAETA, Italy (Feb. 6, 2020) Sailors shift colors aboard the Blue Ridge-class command and control ship USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20) as it departs Gaeta, Italy, Feb. 6, 2020. Mount Whitney is the U.S. 6th Fleet flagship, homeported in Gaeta, and operates with a combined crew of U.S. Sailors and Military Sealift Command civil service mariners. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Scott Barnes/Released)

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