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Legislative Affairs Co-Chair, COL John Koshan
July, 2017 –
Independence Day, 2017, and congress is on yet another holiday recess and a fairly short time period between now and the beginning of the new budget year this fall. Congress has been at work reviewing the proposed Defense spending plan submitted by the administration and marking up proposals. Both Armed services committees (House and Senate) did approve… Click Here to read the full article.
Mahoning-Shenango Valleys Chapter wins MOAA's 2016 5-Star Level of Excellence Award.
Every year, MOAA's affiliates compete to receive a four- or five-star Levels of Excellence Award. The very best councils and chapters receive five-star awards, while above-average councils and chapters receive four-star awards.
The Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter received the 5-star Level of Excellence, the organization's fourth LOE award in their five years of existence.
Congratulations to the Chapter, the Board, and the members of the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America.
Pictured is MSVC President Gary Williams accepting the four-star streamer from MOAA Board of Directors Chair, General Tony Robertson, USAF, Ret.
Congratulations to Janet Oglesby, who won the 4-star Col. Marvin J. Harris Communications Award in the category of Print Newsletter. Janet was presented with an Achievement Certificate from Lt. Col. Shane Ostrum from MOAA National. This is Janet's fourth such award.
Congratulations to Bruce Bille, who won the 5-star Col. Marvin J. Harris Communications Award in the Website category. Bruce was presented with an Achievement Certificate from Lt. Col. Shane Ostrum from MOAA National.
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The Mahoning Shenango Valleys Chapter (MSVC) is an affiliate of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA).