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Council and Chapter Affairs: council and chapter activities; email chapters@ moaa.org. Government Relations: legislative efforts, health care equity, the Legisla- tive Update free email newsletter; email legis@moaa.org. Member Service Center: general MOAA in for mation, membership sta- tus, death notification, ad dress changes (including seasonal), asso ciation dues, additional copies of Military Officer or other MOAA publications, subscrip- tion to MOAA’s free email newsletters (including the News Exchange®); email msc@moaa.org. Member Services and Products: MOAA-sponsored services (see “World- Class Products” ad, listed on the table of contents, page 2); email msc@ moaa.org.


Membership and Marketing: member- ship and outreach; email msc@moaa.org. Print and Digital Media: email any questions about MOAA’s Web Base to webmaster@moaa.org; for all other in- quiries, email editor@moaa.org. Public Relations: media inquiries; email pr@moaa.org. The MOAA Scholarship Fund: visit www.moaa.org/donatenow to donate; apply for educational assistance at www.moaa.org/education. Transition Center: career counseling, résumé critiques, veterans’ claims and benefits, retired pay, the Survivor Benefit Plan, TRICARE, Social Security; email tops@moaa.org for career-transition infor- mation, beninfo@moaa.org for benefit and finance information, or vso@moaa.org for VA disability claim information.


If you have a question or an opinion about something you read in Military Officer, email editor@moaa.org or mail it to MOAA, 201 N. Washington St., Alexandria, VA 22314. Include your member number (if applicable). Items are subject to editing for style, clarity, accuracy, length, and propriety. Receipt of items will not be acknowledged.


Your Views Voice your opinion about items in the magazine with an email to editor@ moaa.org or a letter to the editor to the address above. Chapters in Action Submit brief stories about council or chap- ter achievements by email to chapters@ moaa.org or by mail to Council and Chap- ter Affairs at the address above. Ask the Doctor Rear Adm. Joyce Johnson, USPHS (Ret), D.O., M.A., provides general medical ad- vice; consult a physician for questions regarding specific concerns. Information Exchange Submit notices by email to infoex@moaa .org or by mail to the address above. No- tices appear in the magazine once. In clude the name, ad dress, phone number, and e mail address of a point of contact.  Submit reunion notices at least six months before the event. Include service, name of the outfit, date, and lo cat ion (city, state) of the re union.  Limit “Reader Exchange” items to 40 words or fewer.  Expect to wait three to six months for your notice to appear in the magazine. Member Books If you’re a MOAA member who has writ-


ten a book or an e-book bearing an ISBN, submit a nonreturn able copy (or a link to the e-book) with a brief description; define the book as fiction, nonfiction, or memoir; and include price, purchasing information, and MOAA member number. The author’s name, book title, publisher, and ISBN will appear in the magazine (expect to wait four months); full descrip- tions will appear on MOAA’s Web Base at www.moaa.org/memberbooks. Lessons Learned Submit your service-related lessons learned (roughly 450 words) by email to profseries@moaa.org or by mail to MOAA Professional Series at the address above. Faces of MOAA Nominate a MOAA member for a brief profile by submitting his or her name, phone number, email address, and reason for the nomination to faces@moaa.org. Sounding Taps Email msc@moaa.org; visit www.moaa .org/tapsform; call (800) 234-MOAA (6622); or write to MOAA, Attn: MSC, to notify MOAA of a member’s death. Encore Submit true stories (approximately 450 words) of service-related adventures or mis haps to “Encore” by email to encore@ moaa.org or by mail to the address above.


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