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Military Health Care Benefits


Health benefits are available for all seven branches of the Uniformed Services: the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Service, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Tricare

TRICARE refers to the military health plans for active duty and retired members and their families. As long as all of the member's paperwork is up to date, members are automatically enrolled in TRICARE Standard.

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Tricare Prime

TRICARE Prime is considered the top of the line TRICARE plan. The Standard and Extra plans tend to have less coverage for the cost.

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Tricare Prime Remote

TRICARE Prime Remote is a health care plan similar to TRICARE Prime, but it is specifically for active duty service members and their families who both live and work in a designated remote duty station.

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Tricare Standard and Extra

TRICARE standard and extra are two of the TRICARE military health care plans available to non-active-duty beneficiaries. You do not need to enroll because coverage in the standard plan is automatic as long as you keep your information up to date.

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US Family Health Plan

The US Family Healthcare Plan is an option for health care from the TRICARE Prime program offered by the military. This is available to persons that are eligible, even individuals over 65 years of age, who live near specific selected facilities on the Gulf, East, and West coasts.

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Tricare Prime Overseas

TRICARE Prime Overseas is a health care plan for active duty service members located overseas. To be eligible, you must be located in specific areas overseas.

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Tricare Prime Remote Overseas

TRICARE Prime Remote Overseas is only offered in specifically designated remote overseas locations. If you decide to enroll, your coverage will begin as soon as your completed enrollment application is received.

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Tricare Standard Overseas

The TRICARE standard overseas plan provides coverage to family members of active duty service members and retired members and that are not enrolled in TRICARE Prime Overseas.

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Tricare for Life

TRICARE for life is a top-notch health care plan designed for all dual Medicare / TRICARE eligible service retirees. This includes members who are part of the reserve components of the military, even those who are receiving retired pay.

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Tricare Reserve Select

TRICARE reserve select is one of the military's health care plans designed for those that are members of the Ready Reserve, as well as their families and beneficiaries.

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Tricare Retired Reserve

TRICARE retired reserve is a premium based health care plan for anyone that is a retired member of the reserve, as well as the survivors of members of the retired reserve.

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VA Health Care

Veterans of the United States Armed Forces may be eligible for a broad range of programs and services provided by the federal Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). These benefits are legislated in Title 38 of the United States Code.

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PTSD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder has never been a bigger issue in the armed services than it is today.

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Military Spouse

Military medical benefits are dependable and affordable. The only downside to them is that they can be somewhat confusing. This is why it is important to understand all of the benefits available to you and your family.

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VA Disability Compensation

VA Disability Compensation pays veterans a tax-free compensation to help meet their living costs and needs once they leave the military if they were disabled or injured while on active duty.

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My HealtheVet Program

My HealtheVet (MHV) is an online tool that has been introduced by the VA to streamline, organize and optimize the care of Veterans, active duty soldiers and their dependents using internet and computer technologies.

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Blindness Rehabilitation

The VA offers blindness rehabilitation services for veterans and service members on active duty who have low or no vision. They not only work with the veteran to improve quality of life, but also work with the family to educate them regarding vision impairment.

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Agent Orange

When people talk about "Agent Orange", they're referring to an incident during the United States Armed Forces' involvement in Vietnam where nearly twenty million gallons of various herbicides were dropped on unwanted plants between 1962 and 1971 to remove potential cover for enemy combatants.

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Alcohol and Substance Abuse

It is a grave misfortune that many veterans upon release turn to alcohol or drugs to aid them in facing unemployment situations, or putting active service experiences behind them.

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VA Work-Study Allowance

The VA Work-Study Allowance Program can be accessed through your VA Education Office or your local VA Center or VA Regional Office.

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CHAMPVA

The Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA) is a program that primarily provides healthcare benefits to spouses and children

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Gulf War Syndrome

During the Persian Gulf War, August 2, 1990 - February 28, 1991, troops with the United States military were fortunate in not having high death or casualty rates.

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Radiation Exposure

Radiation exposure is divided into two types: non-ionizing radiation exposure from such things as microwaves and radio waves and ionizing radiation exposure from such things as x-rays and nuclear material.

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