MOAA National offers three levels of membership to meet the needs of all officers.
MOAA’s new no-fee electronic BASIC Membership gives busy officers the opportunity to experience what MOAA is all about. You’ll stay current with our e-newsletters and have opportunities to participate in grassroots activism effort.
As a BASIC Member, you get Military Officer magazine via our mobile app. You’ll also have the opportunity to attend our career fairs, networking events, and classes and to take advantage of valuable discounts on products and services.
Get full access to everything MOAA has to offer with our PREMIUM Membership, including our full spectrum of our career resources (one-on-one career counseling, résumé reviews, and interviewing advice and critiques), countless discounts on products and travel, and access to all MOAA exclusive publications and news updates.
Plus, as a PREMIUM Member, you’ll be able to tap into MOAA’s staff of experts for financial and investment advice, college scholarships for dependents, and much more. That’s on top of all the benefits you receive at the BASIC Membership level.
MOAA LIFE Membership remains the most elite level of membership for military officers and their spouses. When you become a LIFE Member of MOAA, you not only make us a stronger advocate for America’s military officers, but you also make a lifetime investment for yourself and your loved ones.
As a LIFE Member, you’ll receive exclusive privileges and benefits, like bonus travel rewards and a waiver of initiation fees at the prestigious Army and Navy Club of Washington, D.C. Become a MOAA LIFE Member today.
Exactly what does MOAA have to offer that other military associations don’t? Here are a few good answers.
First, MOAA is a leader in The Military Coalition that works each year to pass national legislation that benefits military members and their families.
Second, MOAA has many programs and benefits in place that can help you with everything from transitioning to a second career in the civilian sector to booking a discounted vacation cruise.
The thing MOAA does best, however, is continually educate its members about their earned military benefits and entitlements and keep them abreast of changes that affect them.