The Rocky Mountain Navy Association (RMNA) was reformed in 2009 as a not-for-profit,
organization to promote the United States Navy and the Naval Reserve in the local community. Specific out reach efforts
have been extended to civic organizations, educational institutions, and the business community. RMNA also provides
mission support to the local recruiting command and offers a wide variety of professional development assistance programs
to the naval reserve community.
The RMNA provides a vital adjunct to Department of the Navy programs in areas impacting professional development and overall quality of life.
This mandate extends to our members, those currently serving and those honorably separated.
Rocky Mountain Navy Association
The purpose and goals of the Rocky Mountain Navy Association are those of the Navy Reserve with an appropriate emphasis for those individuals, activities,
and organizations located in the Rocky Mountain region.
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Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Navy Association. Membership offers a host of benefits to you, both personally and professionally. Whether active, reserve or honorably separated, membership has its rewards...
Recent information which may be of interest to our members is posted here.
Links to Postings throughtout site-
Postings as of September 5, 2018
New UVC Veterans Service Map The United Veterans Committee of Colorado has created this resource map that should be used by individual veterans and veterans organizations to find the services and support groups that exist in this state for veterans. We’re about 2/3 of the way there to add about another 200 Non-Governmental entities that provide support or services to our veterans, but are not well known, but are active and, in some cases, provide excellent support. We are working on not only entering more entities, but getting more info about each so the veteran can have a clearer picture of what each does and how. We soon will add several more categories to the categories we already have. One will be on Health/Medical Care, one on Emergency Services, one on Employment.Please try it out. Send it on to any that you know that may want to use it. Like to get any comments back of how you found it/can it be improved/how do we get it out to more veterans.