Mission of Military Intelligence Will Be Topic at MOAA Luncheon

Peggy McGee

Have you ever wondered exactly what military intelligence (MI) is? You can find out when a representative from the United States Army Intelligence Center of Excellence speaks at a luncheon in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom on Tuesday, Sept. 14. Open to all, the talk is being sponsored by the Green Valley Chapter Military Officers Association of America (MOAA). Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. for a social period with lunch being served at noon. The guest speaker from Fort Huachuca will provide a presentation on the varied MI missions.

Menu choices will include an Asian salad with ginger soy-marinated grilled chicken breast served over fresh chopped romaine and Napa cabbage; club croissant with turkey, ham, bacon, lettuce, and tomato, served on a buttery croissant, or a roasted vegetable ciabatta featuring balsamic roasted zucchini, yellow squash, and red onion. All entrees include dessert. Cost for the meal will be $22. Beer and wine will be available for purchase.

To make a reservation, contact Quail Creek residents CW3 Jack Bundy at 951-760-8706 or [email protected] or Peggy McGee at 520-207-6188 or [email protected]. Deadline to sign up is Sept. 4.

All currently serving officers and warrant officers, retired, former, reserve and National Guard from the five military services, as well as officers in the Public Health Service and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration are eligible for MOAA membership, as are spouses of deceased officers. Dues are $25 per year.