Richard of Chichester Church, the Greendale Retired Men's Club and YMCA, the Eastside Post 201 American Legion and the Retired Officers Association.
What does ROA stand for?
ROA stands for Retired Officers Association
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We have 109 other meanings of ROA in our Acronym Attic
- Remotely Operated Aircraft
- Reorder Announcement
- Report(s) Of Audit
- Reports of Availability (US Army)
- Research Opportunity Announcement
- Research Opportunity Award
- Reserve Officers Association
- Resource-Oriented Architecture (software implementation)
- Rest of Africa
- Restricted Operations Area (military)
- Return On Assets
- Right Occipito Anterior (fetal position)
- Rights of Accumulation
- Rip Off Artist
- Rivals of Aether (gaming)
- Rivers of America (Disneyland & Magic Kingdom)
- Riviera Owners Association (Buick Riveria model; Altoona, IA)
- Roanoke, VA, USA - Roanoke Regional Airport (Airport Code)
- Rod of Ages (video game)
- Role of Abstraction (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He served as president of The Retired Officers Association (now Military Officers Association of America) from 1995 to 2002, and he is a past president of the National War College Alumni Association.
He was an Antelope Valley Fair manager and an Antelope Valley Hospital board member, and he loved the Antelope Valley, the fair, Antelope Valley Hospital, Antelope Valley Retired Officers Association, Grace Lutheran Church and his family - not in that order.
On its Web site, the Retired Officers Association (TROA) has a table purportedly "track[ing] the growth of the military pay gap by comparing military raises with wage growth in the private sector," as expressed in the Employment Cost Index (ECI).
He has served on the Boards of WRI, the Ruckelshaus Institute for Environment and Natural Resources, the Retired Officers Association, and chaired the Veterans and Retiree's Council of the Air Force Association.
He was a member of the Retired Officers Association, an honorary life member of the Knights of Columbus, Fourth Degree, and Life Member of the Main South American Legion.
He served as president of The Retired Officers Association (now Military Officers Association of America) from 1995 to 2002.
They wore red, white and blue baseball caps, hair ribbons, jackets and T-shirts, and waved flags during the hourlong celebration, which was sponsored by the Conejo-Simi Valley Chapter of the Retired Officers Association, Pierce Brothers Mortuaries, Conejo Valley Veterans and other organizations.