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2018 Elections

2018 AOC Elections are Closed

We have experienced a glitch with our 2018 elections and thus have stopped all voting in order to fix the issue.  For the sake of transparency and integrity of our election process, all votes placed to date will be voided in the system in order to restart with a clean slate.

Voting will begin again on Saturday, 15 September and will run through Monday, 15 October.  Please take the time to recast and/or cast your vote once prompted with your password.We do apologize for any inconvenience


Elections Re-Open on September 15th!

The future of this organization lies in the capable hands of our members, and your participation is critical. Please exercise your right to vote for your AOC Board of Directors representatives. You can familiarize yourself with the candidates with the election guide below. This information describes the candidates’ backgrounds, leadership styles, and contributions to the AOC. The 2018 Nominating Committee carefully considered the impressive nominations it received before selecting this year’s candidates. The slate of candidates was subsequently approved by the AOC Board of Directors. We are grateful to all of those who participated in this process and applaud those willing to submit their names for consideration.

Thank you for your continued support of AOC. Let your voice be heard by casting your vote for the new leaders of your association! Elections open on September 15th and close on October 15th.

Download the 2018 election guide here


Changes to AOC Governing Documents - Need Membership Approval

During the 2018 elections the membership of the AOC will have the ability to vote on changes in governance that were approved by the board of directors earlier this year.  Refer to this letter from the BoD and BoG to understand the reasoning behind these changes.  For a full list of changes, as well as corresponding documents - CLICK HERE.

2018 Online Voting Instructions

2018 Elections have begun.  Elections Online, an independent is conducting the online elections.  Your AOC dues must be current as of August 20 in order to vote.  All current/active members have been sent an email with log in instructions. If you did not receive your information or have trouble voting on-line please contact Glorianne O’Neilin (  or click here  to retrieve your information. The website will direct you to your ballot, where you can make your selections.  As with past AOC elections, your ballot is secret.

Elections Online will hold all completed ballots, tabulate them and send the results to the AOC when the election is complete. Once you have cast your online vote, Elections Online will send you an email confirming that they have received your completed ballot.

2018 Paper Ballot Mailing  Instructions

For those AOC members who cannot vote online, you can access a paper ballot in the election guide. Members may cut out the paper ballot, mark it – including your member number (available on the front label of your JED) and your name and contact information – and mail it back to the AOC. Paper ballots must be postmarked after September 1, 2018, and before October 15, 2018.

Mail all paper ballots to Association of Old Crows Attn: Nominations and Elections, 1555 King St., 5th Floor, Alexandria VA, 22314.

Campaign Rules

Campaigning or electioneering on behalf of any candidate for AOC International office, with or without their knowledge or consent, is prohibited.

With over 13,000 members internationally, the Association of Old Crows is an organization for individuals who have common interests in Electronic Warfare (EW), Electromagnetic Spectrum Management Operations, Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA), Information Operations (IO), and other information related capabilities. The Association of Old Crows provides a means of connecting members and organizations nationally and internationally across government, defense, industry, and academia to promote the exchange of ideas and information, and provides a platform to recognize advances and contributions in these fields.