Welcome to Alabama's Premiere Marine Organization. You will discover that the Krulak Marine Alliance of Alabama (aka KMAA) is a Marine lead, statewide organization. KMAA is non-political and secular in nature. We are the leader in providing physical, emotional, and financial aid to Alabama's Active, Reserve, and Veteran Marines, and as resources permit, support non-profit organizations serving Marines, non-Marine military Veterans, and provide "Quality-of-Life" community service.
Strength Through Solidarity
The KMAA members are united in true solidarity of purpose and resolve to aid fellow Marines and their family members in distress and need. Our focus is on Suicide prevention, Post-Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Quality-of-Life.
KMAA Membership Meeting
KMAA members meet the 4th Saturday of the month at Hoover Tactical Firearms (HTF)
November & December Meetings
Due to the Thanksgiving & Christmas holidays, KMAA will meet 1730 to 1900 the Second Tuesday of the month at HTF.
Click on the SALT Document for a description of the SALT child firearm safety initiative and/or on the poster of a FREE child firearm safety poster you can print out.
The Krulak Marine Alliance of Alabama is so named in honor of the Krulaks. (left to right) Lieutenant General Victor "Brute" Krulak, father of General Charles Krulak, the 31st Commandant of the Marine Corps and past president of Birmingham Southern College.
NOTE: KMAA is an independent, federal tax-except 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to aiding Marines and as resources permit, other Veterans of the Nation's Armed Forces. KMAA is not affiliated with the Marine Corps, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, or the Marine Corps League. However, KMAA does work in concert with each in executing our mission.
The personal views of its individual members are not reflective of KMAA and/or its mission.
KMAA is listed in the DOD National Resource Directory