After having served as the President of the El Paso Chapter for 8 of the past 10 years, this will be my final Border Bulletin message.  In my previous President’s message, I highlighted the significant transition that the El Paso MOAA Chapter will undergo in December 2019.  Several outstanding leaders will transition out of key billets, providing several opportunities for new leaders to step forward and take the reins of this outstanding chapter.  

The El Paso MOAA Chapter has been recognized annually at the national level, earning Five Star recognition every year for the past 15 years.  The Border Bulletin and our online website have received national recognition annually, due directly to Bill Moore’s personal leadership and efforts.  The success at the national level has largely been due to the personal efforts of the members of the board, and past members of the board, who continued to volunteer their free time, weekends and evenings, long after having served their nation with distinction on active duty.  

At the local level, BG Jack Kotter has literally transformed the Chapter’s 501c3 Outreach program enabling chapter contributions to a wide range of active duty and retiree programs.  We are all indebted to Bob Pitt, Connie Sullivan, Steve Barrett, and Martha Caldwell for ensuring we have first class luncheons and social events. Read More


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El Paso MOAA Outreach Foundation

The El Paso Chapter Outreach Foundation is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are 100% tax deductible.


Texas sate legislators recently passed legislation that expanded the list of acceptable military medals which allow some vehicle registration fees to be waived. Read More

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Fort Bliss Access Control Points

A 100% identification card check of all personnel will be implemented at all Fort Bliss access control points.

All Department of Defense and non-DoD vehicular occupants, including the driver and all of-age passengers, will have to present an ID card - valid state driver's license, government/federal ID card, passport, etc. - for authorized access to Fort Bliss. Read More

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Are you aware of the major issues and MOAA's legislative initiatives? Educate yourself on the issues that affect you and your family. See what MOAA is really doing for you on Capitol Hill. View Details

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MOAA— Storming the Hill 2019

MOAA Year in Review—2019

COLA Watch

Military retiree COLA is calculated based on the CPI for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W), not the overall CPI. Monthly changes in the index may differ from national figures reported elsewhere. Read More

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Texas Vet: Hazlewood Act

The Hazlewood Act is a State of Texas benefit that provides qualified Veterans, spouses, and dependent children with an education benefit of up to 150 hours of tuition exemption, including most fee charges, at public institutions of higher education in Texas. This does NOT include living expenses, books, or supply fees. Read More

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