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Peak Living 55
Features
Retirement Today 53
In uncertain economic times, it’s never too early to plan for
retirement. MOAA can help you make the best decisions.
MOAA’s mission
Peak Living By Marilyn Pribus 54
Military Officers Association of America
Back to Reality By William Lynott 66
(MOAA) is a nonprofit veterans’ as so ciation
Count the Costs By Latayne C. Scott 74 dedicated to main taining a strong national
defense and to preserving the earned en-
Cover Story: Problem Solved 84
titlements of members of the uniformed
By employing art and humor, the U.S. Army is able to turn a
services and their families and survivors.
dry subject into a monthly must-read. By Don Vaughan
Member ship is open to those who hold or
have ever held a warrant or commission in any
A Look Inside 94
component of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy,
Brig. Gen. Gregory Zanetti, ARNG, gives Military Offi cer a
Air Force, Coast Guard, Public Health Ser vice,
or NOAA and their surviving spouses.
picture of what life is like for the detainees — and the service-
members who guard them — at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
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cover. Refer to page 104 to see the 1969
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