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In early 1974 Jim Duncan, then NCOA President, and Mac McCaughey, Director of Public Relations, brainstormed and researched an idea for a new level of recognition. This new idea evolved around the theme of the knights, like those of the early days of yore. Since it was inappropriate to plagiarize the “Knights of the Round Table” it was decided that the “Knights of the Square Table” would be best to identify this new order of recognition.

​Becoming a Knight is not another NCOA sponsored award. Knighthood is a way of life and a large commitment on your part. Becoming a Knight shows the Association and your fellow Knights that you are a leader and someone who is ready for more responsibilities within NCOA. Knighthood is a commitment – one that should not be entered into lightly. Learn more via the URL shown in the “Website Address” box above…

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