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Welcome to The RMOA Business Association (RBA)!

Upcoming Events

 

 RBA Business Roundtable Forum

Tuesday, September 15, 2015
 
Featuring Keynote Speaker
Kae, Sean  
Mr. Sean Kae
President & CEO
Samsung SDS America
 
 

 

Let's Get Ready to Tee Off!!!Golf #1

 The Ted Adams Memorial Golf Tournament
Friday, September 18, 2015


Monthly Membership Meeting
Saturday, September 12, 2015
 
Host
Ms. Cheryl Mavritte
COL(R) Alfred Elliott
 
Guest Speaker
Mr. Roger Campos
Office of Governor (MD)
Business Ombudsman
   
Location
Country Club at Woodmore
12320 Pleasant Prospect
Mitchellville, MD 20721
301-249-6100
 
   
 

 

  President's Message

  

Hello and welcome to the Retired Military Officers Association (RMOA) website. We have provided a world-class website for your use to learn about RMOA, its members, their organizations, and for those that would like become a member of RMOA. 

The Regular Members of RMOA are proud and patriotic citizens who have served honorably in the defense of America through participation in this nation's armed services in peace and war. In 2006 Associate Members were inducted into RMOA and fully serve in all parts of RMOA.  Emeritus Members were inducted into RMOA in 2012.  The mission of RMOA is to contribute to the economic success of America through the enhancement of RMOA members' personal and corporate economic power, thus enabling the organization to chart a path for the economic growth of minorities in general, and RMOA members in particular. In short, our mission is: to accelerate our members' business.

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  The RMOA Mission Statement

 

We, the members of RMOA, are proud and patriotic citizens who have served honorably in the defense of America through participation in this nation's armed services in peace and war.

As current owners and members of businesses and related organizations, we proclaim that RMOA's primary mission is to contribute to the economic success of America through the enhancement of RMOA members' personal and corporate economic powers, thus enabling the organization to chart a path for the economic growth of minorities in general, and RMOA members in particular.

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  RMOA's Strategic Requirements

Create a RMOA funding methodology. Establish Standing Committees, Special Committees, and Task Forces to implement the RMOA strategy. Provide a dynamic set of Instructions and Principles that are detailed enough for implementation, but general enough for development and growth of the Strategy.

  RMOA's Mission Priorities

Promote member economic growth. Assist members in achieving economic power through the accumulation of personal and corporate wealth. Utilize the attained economic power to create employment opportunities for individuals in the communities where we work

 Left to Right:  COL(R) Frank Francois, COL(R) Verle Hammond, LTG(R) Julius Becton, GEN(R) Johnnie Wilson, LTG(R) Arthur Gregg, MAJ(R) Patricia Williams, COL(R) Harvey Dickerson, MG(R) Roger Blunt