Our Chapter was founded November 14, 1958 and serves Fairfield County, Connecticut. The mission of our organization is to provide a forum for our members to meet and foster fraternal fellowship. We have about 100 regular and auxiliary members. Specific purposes of the organization is listed below.
The purposes of our organization shall be:
(1) to inculcate and stimulate love of our country and our flag
(2) to uphold and defend the constitutional government of the United States of America
(3) to advocate military forces adequate to the defense of our country and to oppose any influence whatever calculated to weaken the national security
(4) to aid active and retired personnel of the services represented by our membership in any legitimate and practical manner, and
(5) to create harmony and a spirit of camaraderie among all officers of the uniformed services of the United States through an organized program of social and fraternal activities.
This organization is a nonprofit affiliate of The Military Officers’ Association (MOAA). As such, it strives to help and support legislation designed to further a strong national defense, promotes and fosters better relationships between its members and the community in which they live, and offers opportunities to renew old friendships and make new friends through chapter meetings and social activities.
Eligibility: Men and women who have served or are serving on active duty, or in one of the National Guard or Reserve components, as a commissioned or warrant officer in one of the seven US uniformed services, as well as widows or widowers of any deceased member of one of those services.
Yearly Dues are $20.00, and our year starts each January first. (Auxiliary members are dues exempt).
To join our ranks, please fill out and send us a Membership Form.
WCMOA, PO Box 2145, Norwalk, CT 06852-2145
The chapter holds business and social meetings quarterly. Regular quarterly meetings are held at the Adam’s Rib restaurant at the Norwalk Inn, 99 East Ave, Norwalk, CT. Meetings commence at 1200 hours with a social hour, and include a program speaker.
In June, the chapter conducts an impressive formal military dinner and ceremony to honor our Young American Awardees at the Italian Center , 1820 Newfield Ave, Stamford, CT. The Young American Awards Program (YAA) honors graduating seniors from over 20 area High Schools, selected for their patriotism and leadership potential. Click here for directions to the Italian Center in Stamford. Be sure to check the chapter’s newsletter for location and program information, or or contact us at