ANY person who is a currently serving, retired, or a former member of the federal uniformed services - Active or Reserve Components of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, USPHS, NOAA, or National Guard – who at any time upon entering the federal uniformed services took an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States, and, if no longer serving, whose separation occurred under honorable conditions.
ROA offers two different membership types – Associate and Regular.
Any individual who qualifies for Regular membership, is under 35 years of age, and has not previously been a member of the association, is eligible for Associate membership. Associate membership is free of charge and has a maximum term of five years, or until the member reaches the age of 35. Associate members have all the rights and privileges of Regular members except serving as an elected or appointed officer, voting at a national convention, and receiving printed publications. Associate Members may hold office at the Missouri Department (state) level.
Term Membership Plan
Term membership offers the flexibility to pay as you go. Rates are per ROA’s fiscal year, which ends 31 March. Your first year of dues will be prorated so you pay only for the days remaining in the fiscal year.
Cost: $20 /yr.
Life Membership Plan
Becoming an ROA life Member is the ultimate commitment to our cause. Life members are the backbone of our association, representing our most engaged and passionate members.
Cost: $450 (only $225 for spouses). Can be paid in installments.
Associate membership has limitations, while Regular membership offers full privileges of membership.
So you too can be a part of RESERVE STRENGTH AND RESERVE LIFE.
America’s Reserve Components are one of the most unique, adaptable and operational forces in the world. At ROA, our mission is simple: support these brave men and women and their mission through a commitment to strong Reserve Components. Our focus is the resourcing, education, training, use and care of the Reserve and Guard, their families, and veterans of the Reserves. We call that Reserve Strength... Reserve Life...