THE MILITARY OFFICERS
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA CAPE CANAVERAL CHAPTER (MOAACC) is the second
largest chapter of MOAA with approximately 1450 members. Our
social/service organization has been active in Brevard County since
1958. It is dedicated to supporting the goals and national legislative
programs of MOAA and preserving programs beneficial to retired as well
as active duty, Reserve and National Guard of the seven uniformed
services, their dependents and survivors. Secondly through social
activities and meetings like the Thursday Morning Breakfast Club (TMBC),
the monthly luncheon and evening parties held five or six times yearly,
we promote a camaraderie so necessary for working together on our many
other projects in community service and philanthropic causes.
5 Star Award
Presented by MOAA
Every Year Since 2003
Col Brian Anderson from MOAA National will be our speaker for the March Luncheon.
Date: 3/17/2015 Time: 11:30 AM
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Location: Held at Tides Collocated Club on A1A across from Patrick AFB.
Program: Guest Speaker: Col Brian Anderson, USAF Ret.
MOAA Deputy Director, Council & Chapter Affairs
For our 17 March 2015 luncheon guest speaker, we are pleased to focus on MOAA National and our nationwide 2015 Goals and Plans by welcoming Col Brian Anderson, USAF Ret. Col Anderson will also speak about the Blueprint community outreach project as well as provide an update on MOAA’s legislative, collaborative and outreach agendas as 2015 unfolds. We hope you can join us at the Tides.
Col Anderson served 26 years in the U.S. Air Force in a wide range of command and staff assignments, including tours at U.S. Central Command, MacDill AFB, Fla., and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Brussels, Belgium.
He retired in November 2010 following his last assignment as the mission support group commander at Bolling AFB, Washington, D.C., where he led a multidisciplinary 1,500-person group in the operations and administration of the base to support more than 40,000 Air Force personnel and family members in the national capital region.
Anderson compiled more than 4,000 flying hours in various aircraft and was awarded an Air Medal and Combat Action Medal as a B-52 aircraft commander during Operation Enduring Freedom.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and a Master of Arts in public administration from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colo.
He joined the staff of MOAA’s Career Transition Services Department in August 2011, and in December 2012, he was named Deputy Director, Council and Chapter Affairs Department.