The missions of the chapter shall be to promote the purposes and objectives of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) primarily at the local level; foster fraternal relations among retired, active and former officers of the seven uniformed services and the National Guard and Reserve Components; protect the rights and services for them and their dependents and survivors; and to serve the community and the nation.
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Budget Delays Cost Billions and Threaten Readiness.
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MSVC-MOAA Chapter Receives Awards
Retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Rod Hosler, President of MOAA’s Ohio Council of Chapter, presented the Five Star Level of Excellence (LOE) Award to MSVC First Vice President and former U.S. Navy Lieutenant Bruce Bille at the chapter’s September 24 dinner meeting at Boardman Township Park’s Elton Beard Cabin. The award recognizes the most outstanding chapters and state councils for their efforts in such areas as recruiting and retention, legislative affairs, youth programs, and support to local communities and veterans.
The Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter, the youngest of Ohio’s MOAA chapters, was chartered in 2011 and has previously garnered three Four Star and four Five Star Level of Excellence awards.
Also presented on September 24 was MSVC’s fourth MOAA Five Star Harris Communications Award, which recognizes excellence in chapter and council websites and newsletters. The award is named in honor of Colonel Marvin J. Harris, USAF (Ret), MOAA’s Director of Public Relations from 1996 until 2011.
Carl A. Nunziato Veterans Resource Center spotlighted in the July issue of the Military Officer magazine
The Carl A. Nunziato Veterans Resource Center on the campus of Youngstown State University was spotlighted in the July issue of the Military Officer magazine. The magazine is the flagship publication of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) and has a print circulation of 262,846, the digital magazine reaches the other 87,000 members. Each month a chapter is spotlighted. Patrick Williams manager of the Carl A. Nunziato Veterans Resource Center along with Janet Oglesby submitted the article.
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MSVC member Robert P. Milich to be inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame
The Ohio Department of Veterans Services has announced the members of the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame Class of 2018. Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter of MOAA member Robert P. Milich, Lt Col, U.S. Air Force, Retired, will be inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the Radiant Life Church on 7100 Post Road in Dublin, Ohio. Click Here to read the full article.
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The Mahoning Shenango Valleys Chapter (MSVC) is an affiliate of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA).