The mission of the Emerald Empire Chapter of MOAA is to advocate for our military community and connect it to the nation we serve.


Emerald Empire Chapter

Military Officers Association of America


2017 Award Winner

We have a new page on our website: The Lighter Side, which will feature stories submitted to us by individuals, that offer a more comical/heartwarming picture of life in the military. 

If you would like to submit a story to us please forward to:

**We reserve the right to edit any and all stories submitted. 

October 11th—Vets’ Building      
1626 Willamette
11:30 Social / 12:00 Lunch

Chicken Picatta
Fresh Green Salad with 3 dressing choices
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Chef's Choice of Local Seasonal Vegetable Medley
Grandma’s rolls and butter
Chef’s choice dessert

Oregon State Senator James Manning -
Interesting Happenings within the State of Oregon Government

We will also be announcing the slate of Officers for 2018.

​ 27 September 2017: Board of Director's Meeting

*Guests are always welcome at all meetings/events.

“The Emerald Empire, MOAA”

This website is published monthly by the Emerald Empire Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA),  PO Box 767, Eugene, Oregon 97440-0767. 


The Emerald Empire Chapter is affiliated with the national MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (MOAA) and has been in existence since 1965.  The Chapter is comprised of retired, active and former officers of the seven uniformed services who have served this nation, and is incorporated as a nonprofit organization under the laws of the State of Oregon.
The objectives and purposes of the club are primarily patriotic and social.  The club supports several local community activities and maintains liaison with the University of Oregon ROTC unit.

Our membership: Active duty, Reserve, National Guard, retired and former members of the seven uniformed services of the United States of America

The Emerald Empire Chapter of MOAA is a Eugene-based 501(c)(19) veterans organization that meets regularly at the Veterans’ Memorial Building at 1626 Willamette Street. We have 141 regular and associate members made up of active, retired and former members of the nation’s seven uniformed services and their surviving spouses. This Chapter, and the national organization (MOAA), are a non-partisan advocate on military personnel matters, especially proposed legislation affecting the career force, the retired community and veterans of the uniformed services. As a local chapter, we focus more on the local military community, e.g., gathering clothing and personal care items for the patients in the VA Hospital in Roseburg. On a state level, we advise state Legislatures on allocation of funds used for veteran services. National organization areas of emphasis can be found at (Press button below)