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anic and Atmospheric Administra- tion, and five at-large (without regard to service affiliation). • Directors must be uniformed- services officers and members of the association. • Directors hold office for six years. • Each director represents the total association and not a regional or ser- vice constituency. • The board directs and controls the business management and affairs of the association and has the authority to approve contracts, incur liabilities, expend funds, and attend to other as- sociation matters. There are no grade or other limita- tions on the numbers of officers who may serve as directors at any one time. Efforts are made to obtain the best-qualified officers from within the membership of the association.


Service on the board Directors serve one six-year term and discharge their governance responsibilities primarily by partici- pating in the three board meetings convened each year. Each board meeting includes meetings of the various standing committees and re- quires about one-and-a-half days, not including travel. A director should be able to de-


vote a total of two to three weeks each year to MOAA matters, includ- ing travel, board and committee meetings, and participation in such other events as the annual Council Presidents’ Seminar, regional chapter presidents’ symposia, and individual visits to councils and chapters. A director must refrain from activities that could reasonably be viewed as conflicting with or pos- sibly influencing the director’s judgment regarding his or her re- sponsibilities to MOAA. Directors receive no compensa- tion, but they are reimbursed for MOAA-related travel, lodging, and meals.


MO FEBRUARY 2012 MILITARY OFFICER 83


You’ve Served Us!


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Premier Retirement


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RETIREMENT COMMUNITY


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