MOAA

AcronymDefinition
MOAAMilitary Officers Association of America (formerly The Retired Officers Association, TROA)
MOAAMinistry of Amerindian Affairs (Guyana)
MOAAMinistry of Atolls Administration (Maldives)
MOAAMall of America Associates (Minnesota)
MOAAMid Ohio Amber Alert (Powell, OH)
MOAAMother of All Adware
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"The NSIA is a positive way for institutions to take a look at themselves and evaluate what progress they are making towards diversity and inclusion," says Stan Johnson, the executive director of MOAA, a nonprofit formed in 2000 to advocate for increased participation for minorities in athletics.
MOAA plans to deliver financial education content tailored to fit transition programs which prepare service members for life outside of the military.
Regional officials are also statutorily required to administer the elections for Amerindian Village leaders at three-year intervals, at a date fixed by the MoAA. (14) The charges of government interference in Amerindian village elections, through promotion of Party-preferred candidates and corresponding disqualification of other candidates, increased after the PPP lost its Parliamentary majority in 2011.
We validated our synthesis results against water temperature and salinity observations from the dataset Grid Point Value of the Monthly Objective Analysis using Argo data (MOAA GPV) [15].
Representing the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), retired Capt.
The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) caused a great deal of unrest in the retired military community in February 2013 when the group presented its 380,000 members a video on its website outlining the deep, painful cuts expected from the "sequestration" of federal funds mandated by the Budget Control Act of 2011 (Public Law 112-25).
Colonel Steve Strobridge, Director, Government Relations, MOAA
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Colonel in the US Army, and served the Richmond, VA, chapter of MOAA as its 1st VP.
He served as the President of the national Association for University Business & Economic Research (AUBER) and on the national board of directors of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), a 370,000- member organization.
Five years ago, the Military Officers Association of America's (MOAA's) Tampa chapter set up Operation Helping Hand (OpHH), a nonprofit organization.