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Meet Your Brand-New MOAA Website

Meet Your Brand-New MOAA Website
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By MOAA Staff

Visitors to MOAA.org are seeing a new-look website – one redesigned to meet our members’ evolving needs and to make use of advances in online-content engagement.

The short version: You should be able to find what you need faster, and have more information that’s relevant to you just a click, tap, or scroll away.

“This redesign is a major part of MOAA’s efforts to keep its membership engaged and informed, and to reach beyond our rolls to advance causes critical to the military community,” said MOAA President and CEO Lt. Gen. Dana Atkins, USAF (Ret). “MOAA.org serves as a resource to our members as well as a gateway to a wider audience – a way for them to see what we’re about, and how their membership and support can make a difference.”

The revamped MOAA.org includes: 

  • An improved organization: Want to find all of MOAA’s content regarding a particular advocacy area, member benefit, or military news topic? New landing pages ease the process and ensure you don’t miss the latest updates. For example, check out our TRICARE Resource Page and our SBP-DIC Offset Landing Page.
  • A member-specific approach: Updated topic areas to cover all your areas of interest, from the most junior officer to retirees to surviving military spouses.
  • A share-worthy setup: Easy-to-find buttons on each page will help you spread the word through Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms.
  • A robust benefit guide: Your MOAA membership comes with perks that could be off your radar. A streamlined benefits menu will point you toward the right career advice, insurance plan, product discount, or other exclusive benefit.
  • A local flavor: Chapter leaders will have easier access to forms, guidance, and advice thanks to a more manageable Councils and Chapters section.
  • A stronger search: Find what you’re after faster with a better on-site search engine.

 

The improvements won’t stop after the initial launch. In the coming months, the site will include more personalized content options for visitors, expanded multimedia tools, and more “trending” and “popular” link boxes, designed to ensure you’ll have access to the latest materials related to your membership and news needs.

MOAA staff members will be available during the changeover to answer any questions about the new site, direct members to resources that may have moved (temporarily or permanently), and take suggestions for further improvements.

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