The purpose of the Web Site is to keep our members and other officers and warrant officers informed of legislative, medical benefits, survivor and other information of interest.
The Chapter was originally chartered in 1963 and formed in 1964. Although the Chapter area includes Wake, Franklin, Granville, Nash and Vance Counties, most of the members are from Wake County. Our Chapter is a nonprofit organization formed under section 501(c)(19) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
Why Join MOAA?
The Triangle Chapter and National MOAA are nonpartisan organizations.
There is no better organization than MOAA to provide the services and information that can help fulfill retirement objectives. National MOAA Keeps you updated on Federal medical and pay benefits, and other current legislation actions. The Triangle Chapter provides information pertaining to State retiree and active duty benefits.
Any content posted or linked to on this site is provided for informational purposes only and does not represent the opinions or positions of the Triangle Chapter, Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) or MOAA National.
Official copies of items such as the Bylaws may be obtained by contacting officers of the Chapter.
This site is maintained by the Triangle Chapter, MOAA and is intended to be a site where veterans and military personnel and their families can keep abreast of Chapter activities and conduct research pertaining to legislative items, retirement advice and assistance, and other items of interest by following the applicable links.