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VADM Norbert R. Ryan


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VADM Norbert R. Ryan, Jr., USN-Ret
MOAA President

VADM Ryan is a 1967 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, a graduate of George Washington University with a Master of Science Degree in Personnel Administration, and the Senior Officials in National Security Program at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Ryan has commanded aviation units at the squadron, wing, and fleet levels and has directed the Navy's Office of Legislative Affairs. He served as the 52nd Chief of Naval Personnel before retiring and assuming his current position in September 2002.

The Admiral and his wife, Judy, have two adult children and one grandchild and reside in Fairfax Station, Va.



A Submission For The Record of Vice Admiral Norbert R. Ryan, Jr., USN (Ret.), President, Military Officers Association of America Hearing on 07/15/2011: Legislative Hearing on H.R. 2433, H.R. 1941, and H.R. 169
Military Officers Association of America
Washington, DC.
July 14, 2011

The Honorable Jeff Miller
Chairman, Committee on Veterans Affairs
United States House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Chairman Miller:

On behalf of the 370,000 members of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), I am writing to thank you for your leadership in introducing H.R. 2433, The Veterans Opportunity to Work Act.

H.R. 2433 would re-open Vietnam Era GI Bill educational benefits to certain veterans who have been chronically unemployed, mandate attendance in the Transition Assistance Program (TAP), require the Defense and Departments of Labor to track outcome measures for TAP participants, re-authorize a pilot program to link military acquired skills to civilian jobs through licensing and certification, and for other purposes.

MOAA recommends including a provision in the bill to require outreach by the VA to unemployed veterans who may be eligible for the GI Bill benefits authorized in Title I of the legislation. We would also recommend adoption of Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program adjustments and other employment-related features in the Hiring Heroes Act of2011, H.R. 1941.

MOAA pledges its full support for early enactment of H.R. 1941 and respectfully requests including this letter in the record of any hearing to consider or mark-up this important legislation.

Sincerely,

VADM Norbert R. Ryan, Jr., USN (Ret.)
President

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