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The Charlotte Harbor Chapter, Punta Gorda, Florida was chartered on 25 May 1981. Located on Charlotte Harbor on the Gulf of Mexico, the chapter serves Charlotte County and the west central part of the state of Florida. The chapter publishes a monthly newsletter, the MUSTER. The chapter membership averages 140 members made up of currently serving, former, and retired officers and their surviving spouses.

Our Mission Statement

The Mission of this organization is to:

* Inculcate and stimulate love of our country and its flag.

* Defend the honor, integrity, and supremacy of our National Government and the Constitution of the United States.

* Advocate military forces adequate to the defense of our country.

* Further the legislative and other objectives of the Military Officers Association of America.

* Encourage and facilitate camaraderie among retired, active and former officers of the uniformed Services.

* Further the ties between the military and civilian communities through participating in and sponsoring community activities.

* Promote useful services for, and to protect the interest of our members, their dependents and survivors.

The chapter is an IRS 501(C)(19) non-profit, tax-exempt organization affiliated with National MOAA and the Florida Council of Chapters, MOAA, but not associated with the Department of Defense. The chapter is non-partisan and the contents of the Muster  articles are the opinions of the authors and are not necessarily those of the National MOAA, Florida Council of Chapters, the Charlotte Harbor Chapter (FL31), or the Department of Defense.