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The association is governed by a chair and member-elected board of directors consisting of 36 officers from the seven uniformed ser- vices. You can contact members of the board by emailing msc@moaa.org or calling (800) 234-MOAA (6622).


Officers Adm. Steve Abbot, USN, chair; Lt. Gen. Albert J. Edmonds, USAF, 1st vice chair; Brig. Gen. Paul G. Cohen, USAF, 2nd vice chair; Col. Kenneth D. Jordan, USMC, 3rd vice chair; Vice Adm. Norbert R. Ryan Jr., USN, president; Col. James W. O’Brien, USAF, chief financial officer; Maj. Gen. Joseph G. Lynch, USAF, secretary; Cmdr. Glenn I. Miller, USN, CHC, national chaplain


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Board of Directors Terms expire 2012: Adm. C.S. Abbot, USN; Brig. Gen. P.G. Cohen, USAF; Lt. Gen. A.J. Edmonds, USAF; Col. C.L. Hattrup, USAF; Col. K.D. Jordan, USMC; Capt. W.E. Knehans, USN; Capt. M.J. Landers, USN; Rear Adm. D.B. Lestage, USN; Col. N.B. Mueller, USAR; Capt. D.H. Peterson, NOAA; Cmdr. M.K. Seglem, USN; Col. J.A. Simonelli Jr., USA* Terms expire 2014: Col. N.P. Anderson, USMC; Capt. P.J. Boynton, USCG; Maj. Gen. M.P. Caulfield, USMC; Col. G.E. Clark, USAF; Col. G.W. Fredricks, USAF; Rear Adm. J.M. Johnson, USPHS; Brig. Gen. M.A. Kiefer, AUS; Cmdr. G.I. Miller, USN, CHC; Col. S.I. Richie-Melvan, USA; CWO5 P. Robinson, USMC*; Gen. J.H. Tilelli Jr., USA; Capt. P.B. Welch, USNR Terms expire 2016: Lt. Cmdr. C.B. Broga, USCG; Col. E.T. Chase, USMC*; Col. R.J. Erickson, USAF; Brig. Gen. B.C. Frandsen, USA; Rear Adm. L.L. Hereth, USCG; Lt. Col. K.F. Hilland, ARNG*; Cmdr. P.J. Kusiak, USN; Maj. Gen. R.C. Marr, USAF; Lt. Col. E.L. Marvin, USAF; Lt. Gen. R.L. Rigby, USA; Gen. C.T. Robertson Jr., USAF; Lt. Gen. M.D. Rochelle, USA


Staff Directors Benefits Information and Financial Edu- cation, Capt. W.G. Schnee weis, USCG; Business Systems, J.A. Huebsch; Contract Services and Marketing, Col. M. Jordan, USAF; Council and Chapter Affairs, Col. L. Lange II, USMC; Executive Assistant to the President, Lt. Col. S. Walker, USA; Finance, Scholarship, and Administration, Col. J.W. O’Brien, USAF; General Counsel, Maj. Gen. J.G. Lynch, USAF; Government Relations, Col. S. Strobridge, USAF; Information Technol ogy, J.M. Woolfolk; Member Service Center, Col. A.R. Smythe, USMC; Print and Digital Media, Col. W.S. Lacy, USA; Public Relations, S. Stalder; TOPS, Col. R.W. Crampton, USA


* Currently serving; all other officers listed are retired from the specified uniformed service.


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