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FROM THE EDITOR Molly Wyman, managing editor, and Rachel Barth, creative director Meet Your New Magazine


We’ve spent a year reimagining Military Offi cer, and we’re excited for you to see the results.


has worked diligently to reenvision the associ- ation’s fl agship publication from top to bottom, giving careful thought not only to what we off er, but also what we should be off ering — and how to present both to maximum eff ect. Early on, we settled on some fundamental cri- teria. In everything we publish in Military Offi cer,


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we want you — our readers — to fi nd: Qgreat writing, Qpowerful visuals, and Qa military connection.


We also want to reinforce all MOAA is doing to


serve you. Because advocacy is our raison d’etre, we felt it was appropriate to launch this revision with a look at MOAA’s top 10 legislative goals for 2018 (page 36). Our 2018 Transition Guide (page 41) is packed with information not only for separating or retiring offi cers, but also for anyone in the workforce — including military spouses. We want the magazine to off er relevance and value across


Molly Wyman Rachel Barth


appy New Year — and welcome to your new Military Officer magazine. Through- out 2017, MOAA’s Communications team


MOAA’s diverse membership. That means we have new content touching on leadership (Set Your Course, page 20), fi tness (“Physi- cal Readiness: Then and Now,” page 61), family (R&R, page 28), and military operations (On the Move and Out Front, pages 8-13). Of course, the content our longstanding members look for is still here, in sections like Money Talk (page 22), Past is Prologue (page 34), and Healthy Living (page 24). We think you’ll especially like a new magazine-with- in-the-magazine, Never Stop Serving (page 65), highlighting our members and all you do, from stand-out chapter leaders (page 76) to members who’ve left us (In Memoriam, formerly known as Sounding Taps, page 80). We are excited to debut your new Military Offi cer, and we wel- come your feedback at editor@moaa.org.


‘We want the magazine to off er relevance and value across MOAA’s diverse membership.’


4 | MILITARY OFFICER | January 2018 IMAGES: FROM TOP, BOB LENNOX/STAFF; SENIOR AIRMAN MICHAEL COSSABOON, USAF; STEVEN P. HUGHES


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