CACMOAA's mission is to benefit our members, regardless of service, their families, and survivors, and to serve as advocates for a strong national defense and provide support to our communities and our members.
Information on Joining the Chapter
To join CACMOAA, active duty, retired, or former officers in any of the components of the USA/USMC/USN/USAF/USCG/Public Health or NOAA, or their surviving spouses should contact the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org. Another way is to write CACMOAA, P.O. Box 5046, Jacksonville, AR 72078
CACMOAA holds four meetings a year, usually with our spouses including a Christmas dance. We support 1 ROTC and 10 JROTC programs. A CACMOAA sponsored luncheon group meets monthly at Corky's BBQ, N. Little Roc on the 1st Monday at 1130 (2nd Mon when the 1st is a federal holiday) and is open not only to MOAA members but to any retired officer.
Our 1st VP is a specialist in legislative issues and updates chapter officers at our Board meetings, luncheons, and dinners.
Our chapter dues are $10 per year or $25 for three years. Surviving spouses dues are $5 per year and $10 for three years.
About Our Chapter
Known as CACMOAA, our chapter was chartered in 1959 and is the oldest in AR, and serves the central part of the state. Our quarterly meetings and dinners are usually at Little Rock AFB in the consolidated club (known as Hangar 1080). Our newsletter, "Stars and Bars" is mailed to our 179 members but we hope to use e-mail in the near future. Our complimentary members include our local member of congress, two state senators, and the 19 Airlift Wing/CC.