This elite patriotic, nonpartisan, nonsectarian association, MOWW is composed of commissioned and warrant officers of the seven branches of the United States Uniformed Services. Today the 18,000 members in the 150 Chapters throughout the nation are offered the opportunity to continue to serve their country in a nonselfish serving posture and to apply their efforts towards the fulfillment of the MOWW CREDO that “IT IS NOBLER TO SERVE THAN BE SERVED”. They donate their time and resources in the conduct of and support of local patriotic programs and activities such as Youth Leadership Conferences.
Today the MOWW Youth Leadership Conferences are conducted in 20 locations around the country including two in Florida: Forida State University, Tallahassee and Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne.
Commander: Col Fred Graves, USAF (Ret), 739-2365 firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Vice Commander:CDR. Brad Smith, USN (Ret)
Treasurer: CPT Harry Steltmann, USA, 941-358-3345 email@example.com
Chaplain: COL Sterling Forrester, USA (Ret), firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Luncheons, 3rd Wednesdays, Renaissance Restaurant, 1816 9th Street West, Social 11:30; Lunch at 12 Noon. Guest speakers every month covering topics of local, state, and national interest.
Staff Meetings: 1st Tuesday, Kirby Stewart, American Legion Post 24, 10:00am. Open to all members.
Activities: Achievement Awards/Support for JROTC. Certificate Awards Boy/Girl Scout, Participate in Memorials to Country, Flag, Veterans, & Patriotic Events. Promote National, State & Local Issues for Veterans.
Membership: Membership in the Order is open to all federally commissioned officers who are serving or have served honorably in the Armed Forces of the Unites States (Active, Reserve, and National Guard), plus the Coast Guard, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, and Public Health Service. Spouses and descendants of officers are eligible for membership as Hereditary Members.