ABOUT OUR CHAPTER

Since 1958, MOAACC has been active in Brevard County, Florida. It is a service/social group of active, former, and retired Military Officers, as well as their spouses and surviving spouses. MOAACC is dedicated to supporting the goals of MOAA National, engages in philanthropy in the community, and promotes camaraderie of our members with social activities and events. As an affiliate of MOAA National, MOAACC is dedicated to maintaining a strong national defense and preserving the commitments and benefits for all active military, veterans and their family members.

MOAACC is a service/social organization dedicated to maintaining a strong national defense and preserving the entitlements and benefits of its members. Firstly, it promotes the aims, objectives and national legislative programs of MOAA. High priority is given to providing useful services to our members and to the favorable resolution of issues that affect active duty and retired members of the seven uniformed services and their Reserve and National Guard components. MOAA National, the various State Councils and their affiliate chapters, including the Military Officers Association of America, Cape Canaveral (MOAACC), are all nonpartisan organizations. In addition to the purposes set forth in its Bylaws, the Chapter shall be guided by the following broad goals and objectives:

The principle purposes of MOAACC are:

To promote the aims, objectives and national legislative programs of MOAA
To promote state & local legislative programs beneficial to uniformed service active duty personnel and retirees
To provide useful services for and protect the interests of members, their dependents and survivors
Facilitate and provide opportunity for camaraderie and fellowship among members.
To assist qualified young people who display an interest in, and an aptitude for uniformed service
To provide philanthropic support - Good Deeds Funds & Scholarships
Keep the members informed of pertinent legislative issues and encourage active participation in the legislative process.
Provide varied programs that are educational, informative, and/or entertaining.
Maintain an awards program for JROTC, ROTC, Sea Cadets and Civil Air Patrol units in the local area.
Provide a Survivor Assistance Program to assist members and surviving spouses.

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 (and moaacc.org web site 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.

MOAACC is located in Brevard County, Florida and primarily serves membership located at:

  • Cape Canaveral/Port Canaveral
  • Cocoa/Cocoa Beach
  • Melbourne
  • Palm Bay
  • Patrick Space Force Base
  • Titusville
  • Viera

Many of our membership lives in the Indian River Colony Club (IRCC), a military/civilian community developed by members of MOAACC.
Go to Documents and click on the 5-Star Award Submission(s) to see what is accomplished by our chapter on a yearly basis.

We have prepared a one page information paper about our chapter that you may want to refer to when you're out and about actively recruiting new members for our chapter. You can view it by clicking on the information paper.

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