Chattanooga Chapter Of Military Officers Association Of American Dedicates Monument

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

The Chattanooga Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America dedicated their memorial in a ceremony at the Chattanooga National Cemetery on Tuesday.  Their monument was placed in the Circle of Honor joining other veteran organizations. 

MOAA represents more than 370,000 members from every branch of U.S. Armed Forces - including active duty, National Guard and Reserve, retired and former officers, and their families. i

President and CEO of MOAA, Lt Gen Dana Atkins, USAF (retired), was the speaker.  The master of ceremonies was Channel 9’s Josh Roe, a Marine veteran. 

A number of MOAA members, UTC ROTC Cadets and guests were in attendance.  Vietnam Veterans Chapter 203 provided the Honor Guard. 

The National Anthem was sung by Mrs. Cindy Dooley, wife of Chapter President Chris Dooley.  Retired Navy Chaplain Phil Sumrall delivered the prayers. 

The monument was unveiled by Chris Dooley and Mickey McCamish. 

 



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