When you join the Coronado Chapter of the MOAA (Join Coronado MOAA) you can participate in one of the nation’s most influential military officer’s networks.
Further enhance your participation when you additionally join as a member of MOAA National. (Join MOAA National).
Our membership is composed of:
- Men and women who are or have been officers — that is, commissioned or warrant officers — of the regular, reserve or National Guard of the United States in one of the eight US uniformed services of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Public Health Service and and Space Command.
- Widows and widowers of deceased members or of any deceased individual who would, if living, be eligible for membership.
- Individuals elected as Honorary Members as set forth in Section 2(e) of MOAA Membership Articles.
- There shall be no discrimination in membership or participation in the affairs of the Association by reason of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, handicap, or age.
Coronado Chapter MOAA Members are more than just members. They are facilitators. They successfully influence local government. They publicize valuable information to other MOAA members and affected military personnel. They recognize outstanding young people and help others in time of need. And while doing so, they develop close and lasting friendships with others of similar backgrounds and aspirations.
Is chapter membership for you? If you want to have a greater impact on your community and the lives of those in the military yesterday, today and tomorrow you need to join our chapter. We are doers and helpers. We have for 15 consecutive years received 5-Star chapter recognition from National MOAA, and in 2019 through 2021 we received 5 Star recognition for our Website and 5 Star recognition for our Newsletter “The Heliogram.”
If you’re still not sure, visit our Facebook Page and/or by attending one of our Coronado Chapter meetings (see below). Joining a chapter might be one of the best benefits you’ll derive from your membership in MOAA.
MOAA has produced positive results on Capitol Hill in recent years thanks in large part to the support of its chapter members. Improvements in Survivor Benefits (SPB) and in military health care including TRICARE for Life, active duty pay increases, and the repeal of the dual compensation law are just a few of MOAA’s recent successes.
Not only will you be enhancing MOAA’s influence on Capitol Hill, you will be kept up to date on rapidly changing military, political and legislative action that affects your life.
When it comes to changes in the military health care system or other military benefits you’ve earned, no one has more in-depth knowledge than MOAA and its chapter network. Get plugged in today!!!
Benefits of MEMBERSHIP
Chapter membership offers many benefits to enhance your personal and professional life.
As one of more than 425 chapters worldwide, and nine chapters in the State of Arizona, the Coronado Chapter provides opportunities to network and socialize with people who share your values of patriotism, honor and selflessness. Guest speakers at chapter social events often provide critical information related to local base and community issues, pay and military benefits.
Are you looking for a way to become more involved in your community? The Coronado Chapter sponsors a college scholarship program that currently includes eleven $1,000 scholarships per year for high school seniors in Cochise and Santa Cruz counties, and awards for JROTC cadets, political forums and other community activities.
Annual Coronado Chapter dues are $15.00 for Regular members (or $50 for 5 yrs or $150 for Life) and $10.00 for Surviving Spouse members (or $40 for 5 yrs or $100 for Life), so you can afford to try our local chapter. New members get their first year for free!
Customarily the Coronado Chapter MOAA:
* Holds periodic dinner and luncheon meetings featuring civic, political, military, or business leaders, and other social gatherings. Chapter meetings are on the third Thursday of each month except for June, July and August. Sometimes the November and December meetings are on the second Tuesday. Location: Pueblo del Sol Country Club, 2770 S. St. Andrews Drive, Sierra Vista, AZ. Time is 6:30 p.m. Reservations are necessary. Send a message to COL Tom Hessler, USA (Ret), 10 days before the meeting to make a reservation. See the Contact Us page to send him a message.
* Sponsors recognition programs for local Junior ROTC units.
* Provides assistance to members, their families and survivors in time of need.
* Publishes a periodic newsletter – Heliogram – to keep our members informed of activities of interest to them.
New member: email the membership form below to our Director of Membership.