M.J. "Dolly" Cooper Veterans' Cemetery 

   Welcome.  We encourage you to explore our Chapter and our mission at the links above which include our Newsletter and Facebook Page.  (RED and BLUE buttons above).   Our Chapter was founded in 1963 and consists of approximately 80 members residing in the Anderson/Clemson area of South Carolina.  Our organizational meetings are scheduled every other month alternating between sites in Anderson and Clemson.   The Chapter is also an affiliate of the national Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) and supports efforts to protect and enhance the benefits of the military community while serving the interests of the nation and South Carolina. Our Chapter is proud and grateful that the Richard M. Campbell Veterans' Nursing Home and the M.J. “Dolly” Cooper Veterans' Cemetery are a part of its upstate landscape.
   The Piedmont Chapter’s area is defined as the ZIP codes encompassing Anderson, Belton, Central, Clemson, Honea Path, Iva, LaFrance, Liberty, Norris, Pendleton, Sandy Springs, Six Mile, Starr and Williamston. Membership in the Chapter is extended to all commissioned and warrant officers of the seven (7) uniformed services in a status of active duty, retired, Reserve, National Guard, or as a former officer. The seven uniformed services are indicated by their insignia at the top of this page and are USA, USMC, USN, USAF, USCG, NOAA, and the USPHS. Surviving spouses of members are eligible for membership as auxiliary members. 
 Contact Us .  Visit us on Facebook at:  https://www.facebook.com/moaapiedmontsouthcarolina/ .

 Welcome to the Piedmont South Carolina Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America ​​

LATEST NEWS:  Our next meeting is Wednesday, Sept 19, 2018.  Guests are 2  ROTC students; Katie Cooke  and Drew Brown, from Clemson University. We look forward to hearing their stories and their future aspirations as military officers.  See the NEWS Page & our Newsletter (RED  button above) for details.

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Piedmont South Carolina Chapter

Carillon Tower Monument at the Veterans' Cemetary

 Anderson County Veterans' Memorial

MOAA National

Richard M. Campbell Veterans' Nursing Home