KMAA is pronounced Kay-Ma
The Few, The Proud, The Achievers
Marine Jim Wyatt on the Bluebird building detail, birdhouses are used to raise funds for KMAA
KMAA workshop where ideas become projects, and projects turn into donations!
KMAA "Esprit de Corps" Connection
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Life Goes On Where Hope Resides!
Adapt, Improvise, Deliver
KMAA members focus on providing camaraderie, and physical and financial aid to help Marines and/or their direct family members in distress and need. KMAA also supports UAB/VA research in the following areas:
Traumatic Brain Injury
Marine Jim Wyatt on cigar box conversion detail, EGA boxes used to raise funds for KMAA. Get your at a KMAA meeting for a $10-$20 donation.
Marines Don "the Rooster" Brooks and Greg Garcia staffing the KMAA tent on Hoover Day at Veterans Park.
The Rooster never gives up, gives in, or gives excuses!
Ron Snell holding up bait