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Catalina Mountains Satellite Chapter of the MOAA

G. William Myers, Lt., CEC, USN Former The Catalina Mountains Satellite Chapter (CMSC) of the Tucson Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is on summer hiatus and will not meet again until October. Nonetheless, CMSC has already confirmed an array of civilian and military speakers for this coming fall and winter. CMSC currently has 43…

Update from MOAA

Colonel Nagy presents the Certificate of Appreciation and MOAA Challenge Coin to Douglas Harpold.

The Catalina Mountain Satellite Chapter (CMSC) of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) held its April meeting on Saturday, April 17. The meeting began with a business session presided over by Col. Bill Nagy, president. Also attending the meeting was special guest Col. William A. Wojciechowski, USAF (Retired). Col. Wojciechowski is the president of…

CMSC of MOAA News

Colonel Nagy presents Certificate of Appreciation and MOAA Challenge Coin to Command Sergeant Major Belanger.

G. William Myers (Lt., CEC, USN Former) The Catalina Mountain Satellite Chapter (CMSC) of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) held its March Meeting on Saturday, March 20. The meeting began with a short business session presided over by Col. Bill Nagy, President, during which members were updated on the chapter’s current and future…

Catalina Mountain Satellite Chapter of the MOAA Update

Colonel Nagy presents a Certificate of Appreciation and MOAA challenge coin to Commander Orvik.

G. William Myers (Lt., CEC, USN Former) The Catalina Mountain Satellite Chapter (CMSC) of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) held its February meeting on Feb. 20. The meeting began with a short business session presided over by Col. Bill Nagy, president, during which members were updated on the chapter’s current and future activities.…

Catalina Mountain Satellite Chapter of the Military Officer Association of America

Colonel Nagy presents Certificate of Appreciation and MOAA Challenge Coin to General Connolly.

G. William Myers (LT, CEC, USN Former) The Catalina Mountain Satellite Chapter (CMSC) of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) held its January meeting on Jan. 16. The meeting began with a short business session presided over by Col. Bill Nagy, President, during which members were updated on the chapter’s activities. The day’s presentation…

MOAA News

Colonel Nagy presents Certificate of Appreciation and Challenge Coin to Colonel May.

G. William Myers (Lt., CEC, USN Former) The Catalina Mountain Satellite Chapter (CMSC) of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) held its November meeting on Nov. 21. The meeting began with a short business session, presided over by Col. Bill Nagy, president, during which members were updated on the chapter’s current and future activities.…

MOAA Meeting Notice

G. William Myers (LT, CEC, USN Former) The Catalina Mountain Satellite Chapter (CMSC) of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) has resumed its regular, monthly meetings after having suspended them in the spring because of the COVID-19 virus and after CMSC’s normal summer hiatus. The next meeting will be held at 1400 hours (2…

Catalina Mountains Satellite Chapter of MOAA Tentatively Resumes Fall Meetings

Col. Bill Nagy USAR (Ret.) The Catalina Mountains Satellite Chapter (CMSC) of Tucson Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) will tentatively resume its fall 2020 meetings on Oct. 17, 2020, at 11:30 a.m. at a venue to be determined. At whichever venue is determined, all sanitary precautions will be in effect, social distancing will be maintained,…

MOAA Hosts Flag Day

Members of the Catalina Mountains Satellite Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America are (left to right): Col. Phil Osterli USA (ret.), Col. Bill Nagy USAR (ret.), and LTJG Dave Bull USN (former).

William Nagy June 14 was Flag Day throughout the United States. To commemorate the day, Catalina Mountains Elks Lodge number 2815 hosted a ceremony to honor the U.S. flag at Vistoso Memorial Chapel in Oro Valley. A history of the flag from Jamestown in the early 17th century to present-day, the 50-star flag was presented…