MOAA Top Gun, Again

October 30, 2015

The Hill, a Capitol Hill daily newspaper that covers public policy and political news, cited MOAA President Vice Adm. Norb Ryan, USN (Ret.) for his defense of military members and families in its annual list of top association lobbyists.

The paper noted that Ryan “spent the last year fighting to preserve U.S. troop pay and benefits against budget cuts, a cause he’ll continue to champion in upcoming fiscal fights.”

“This recognition belongs to our 390,000+ members, MOAA Chapter and Council leaders, our Board of Directors and superb MOAA staff,” Ryan said.  “We take seriously our motto to ‘Never Stop Serving’ our members and the entire military community including currently serving families, retirees, veterans, and survivors.  Political leaders need to remember that our men and women in uniform are the only weapon system that has never let the nation down.”

The complete list of association top lobbyists is on The Hill website.