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Protecting the promises made to our military families is a priority for many organizations.  We stand united to ensure that our voice is heard in Washington in order to protect our military resale shopping benefits. 

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     American Logistics Association (ALA)
Incorporated in 1920
The Mission of the American Logistics Association is to promote, protect, and enhance the military resale and quality of life benefits on behalf of our members and the military community. To learn more, visit 
     Armed Forces Marketing Council (AFMC)
Incorporated in 1969
AFMC was organized to promote unity of effort through a cooperative working relationship among the Congress, the military, and industry and to assist in maintaining the resale system as an integral part of military life. To learn more, visit
  National Industries For The Blind (NIB)
Incorporated in 1938
The NIB mission is to enhance the opportunities for economic and personal independence of persons who are blind, primarily through creating, sustaining and improving employment. NIB and its associated agencies serve as the largest program responsible for the employment of people who are blind through the Javits-Wagner-O'Day Act. To learn more, visit
Wounded Warrior Program
    Fleet Reserve Association (FRA)
Incorporated in 1924
FRA is a congressionally chartered, non-profit organization that represents the interests of the Sea Service community before the U.S. Congress. The Association is named after the Navy’s program for personnel transferring to the Fleet Reserve or Fleet Marine Corps Reserve after 20 or more years of active duty, but less than 30 years for retirement purposes and its membership is comprised of current and former enlisted members of the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. To learn more, visit


  National Military Family Association
Incorporated in 1969
The National Military Family Association is the leading nonprofit committed to strengthening and protecting military families through family programs and enhancing benefits such as military spouse and children’s education, deployment support, spouse employment, health care, and more. To learn more, visit
  Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)
Founded in 1929
MOAA is the nation’s most influential association of military officers. MOAA is a nonprofit and politically nonpartisan organization with 370,000 members from every branch of service, including active duty, National Guard, Reserve, retired, former officers and their families and survivors. We are a powerful force speaking for a strong national defense and representing the interests of military officers at every stage of their lives and careers. For those who are not eligible to join MOAA, Voices for America’s Troops is a nonprofit MOAA subsidiary that supports a strong national defense. To learn more, visit
  The Retired Enlisted Association (TREA)
Founded in 1963
TREA is a Congressionally-chartered, non-profit, non-partisan veterans service organization which fights in Washington, D.C., to protect the promised and earned benefits of military personnel: retired, active duty, veterans, Guard and Reserve. Originally founded as The Retired Enlisted Association, TREA has since opened its membership to all enlisted personnel who have or are serving in the Armed Forces. TREA is the largest association exclusively for enlisted personnel from all branches of the Services in the nation. To learn more, visit 
  The Association of the US Army (AUSA)
Incorporated in 1950
The Association of the US Army works to support all aspects of national security while advancing the interests of America’s Army and the men and women who proudly serve. AUSA is a private, non-profit educational organization that supports all components of America’s Army – Active Army, Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Government Civilians, Retirees, Veterans, Wounded Warriors, family members and civilians. To learn more, visit 

American Veterans (AMVETS)
Founded in 1944
AMVETS has been proudly serving American Veterans for more than a half a century. Founded by World War II Veterans, today its membership includes veterans from all eras – anyone who has honorably served in the United States Armed Forces after September 15, 1940, to include those on active duty and the Reserve Components. As one of the Nation’s foremost veterans service organizations, AMVETS continues to be at the forefront of public policy issues concerning American Veterans. To learn more, visit
  National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS)
Founded in 1878
GAUS is the nations’ oldest military association, representing over 470,000 men and women currently serving in the Army and Air National Guard, as well as their families, employers, and all Guard retirees. NGAUS lobbies to promote national security and to improve and maintain a strong Army and Air National Guard of the United States as the nation’s first line of defense as part of the total force. To learn more, visit 
    United States Army Warrant Officers Association (USAWOA)
Founded in 1972
Comprised of Army Warrant Officers from around the world, USAWOA is the only military service organization thoroughly devoted to the welfare of Army Warrant Officers – serving, former and retired – and their families.  In its brief forty year history, USAWOA has decisively impacted a remarkable evolution of Army Warrant Officers into the professional, technical, commissioned leaders that they are today. To learn more, visit
  Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America (JWV)
Founded in 1896
The Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America is the oldest active veterans’ organization in America. JWV is dedicated to upholding America’s democratic traditions and fighting bigotry, prejudice, injustice, and discrimination of all kinds. As a national organization, JWV represents the voice of America’s Jewish veterans on issues related to veterans’ benefits, foreign policy, and national security. JWV also commits itself to the assistance of oppressed Jews worldwide. To learn more, visit
    Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States (EANGUS)
Founded in 1972
EANGUS is a non-profit organization dedicated to the principles of providing an adequate national defense and promoting the status, welfare, and professionalism of the men and women of the Army and Air National Guard. EANGUS supports legislation that provides adequate staffing, pay, benefits, entitlements, equipment, and installations for the National Guard. EANGUS has a constituency base and represents more than 414,000 soldiers and airmen, their families, as well as thousands of retired members. To learn more, visit
  Association of the United States Navy (AUSN)
Founded in 1954
AUSN is the Voice for America’s Sailors and premier advocate for the needs of the Active Duty Navy, Navy Reserve, and Veterans. Formerly known as the Naval Reserve Association, AUSN was established in 2009 to expand its focus on the entire Navy. AUSN works for its members, and the Navy and Veteran community by promoting the Department of the Navy’s interests, encouraging professional development of officers and enlisted, and educating the public and political bodies regarding the Nation’s welfare and security. To learn more, visit
  Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA)
Founded in 1961
AFSA advocates on behalf of USAF enlisted Active Duty, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve Command, Veterans, Retirees, and their Families or Survivors. AFSA maintains this “Total Force” perspective as it addresses a myriad of enlisted issues tied to Military Pay & Benefits, Veterans Programs, and Quality of Life. While perspectives may originate with enlisted Airmen in mind, many of AFSA's efforts yield results for all ranks in all branches of service. To learn more, visit
  Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA)
Founded in 2004
IAVA’s mission is to improve the lives of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families. IAVA is the largest nonprofit serving this generation of veterans, with a membership of more than 270,000 veterans and supporters nationwide. To support our members as they transition into civilian life, IAVA offers programs dedicated to improving mental and physical health, promoting employment and education opportunities, and building community among veterans. To learn more, visit and follow us on Twitter at
  Military Partners and Families Coalition (MPFC)
Founded in 2011
Military Partners and Families Coalition (MPFC) is the only organization founded by partners of active duty service members. MPFC mission is to provide support, education, resource, and advocacy for partner/spouses and children of LGBT service members – including families of service members on active duty, in the reserves, National Guard, and veterans. To learn more, visit
    American Military Society (AMS)
Founded in 1982
The American Military Society is a national military and veterans association that promotes the welfare of the men and women who serve, or have served, in the Armed Forces of the United States. It educates the public and members of Congress about the uniformed services and gives voice to members’ concerns about military pay, health care, pension and disability, survivor benefits, education, housing, childcare, and other quality-of-life programs. AMS represents members’ interests at both the federal and state levels. To learn more, visit
  National Association for Uniformed Services (NAUS) Founded in 1968
NAUS protects and enhances the earned benefits of uniformed service members, retirees, veterans, and their families and survivors, while maintaining a strong defense, through nonpartisan advocacy on Capitol Hill and with government officials. NAUS welcomes all seven branches of service: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, United States Public Health Service, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. NAUS is proud to be The Service Member's Voice in Government. To learn more, visit
    American Military Retirees Association (AMRA) 
Founded in 1973 
The American Military Retirees Association is for retirees from Active Duty, the Guard and Reserve (including “Gray Area” retirees), the medically retired, those carrying a 100% total and a permanent disability rating from the VA, and their surviving spouses. We strive to protect their rights and benefits under the law, and to lobby on their behalf in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere. To learn more, visit
     The American Military Partner Association (AMPA) 
Founded in 2009 
The American Military Partner Association is the nation’s largest resource and support network for the partners, spouses, families, and allies of America’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) service members and veterans. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded by the partners of active duty service members, AMPA has grown to the strength of over 40,000 members and supporters and is proud to be leading the nation in education, advocacy, and support for our modern military families. Through our unprecedented work, we’re building strong resource and support networks like no other.

  Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) Founded 1994
TAPS offers compassionate care to all those grieving the death of a loved one serving in our Armed Forces. TAPS provides comfort and hope 24 hours a day, seven days a week through a national peer support network and connection to grief resources, all at no cost to surviving families and loved ones. Our National Military Survivor Seminar and Good Grief camp has been held annually since 1994. TAPS also conducts regional Survivor Seminars and Good Grief Camps at locations across the country. TAPS has assisted over 50,000 surviving family members, casualty officers and caregivers. To learn more, visit

  Society of Military Widows 
Founded 1968             
Founded by Theresa (Tess) Alexander to serve the interests of women whose husbands died while on active military duty, of a service-connected illness, or during disability or regular retirement from the armed forces. SMW is a nonprofit organization chartered in the State of California under section 501 (c) (4) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. To learn more, visit

While the named Valued Associates strongly endorse Save Our Benefit’s stated mission, each reserves the right to adopt policy positions on specific issues divergent from those adopted by Save Our Benefit.