MOAA hears about Friends of Army Aviation

John Holladay was the keynote speaker at a recent dinner meeting of the Fort Rucker Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. Holladay represented the Friends of Army Aviation, an all-volunteer organization established to preserve and protect the legacy of Army Aviation by acquiring and preserving older and rare Army aircraft. MOAA has a national membership of approximately 380,000 members and is the nation’s largest and most influential association of military officers. It is an advocate of a strong national defense and represents the interests of military officers and their families at every stage of their careers. Fort Rucker MOAA Chapter President Charlie Wigglesworth, right, thanks Holladay for the presentation. (Courtesy photo)

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