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If you're planning to leave the service in 2019...
you're planning to leave the service in 2019, don’t miss out on your VA
transitioning service members may be able to:
- Find peace of mind with
- With Veterans’ Group
Life Insurance, you can convert your active duty Servicemembers’
Group Life Insurance into lifetime renewable group insurance.
- Veterans must apply
within one year and 120 days of leaving service.
- File a claim with VA
- Using VA’s Decision
Ready Claims Program, transitioning service members can file
pre-discharge claims if they have less than 90 days before their
separation from military service.
- Veterans who have
disabilities, medical conditions or injuries incurred or
intensified during active military service may qualify to receive
tax-free monthly benefits.
control of your well-being with VA
- VA’s comprehensive
medical benefits package includes primary care, specialty care,
mental health services and more.
- Eligible combat
Veterans have free medical care – no enrollment fee, monthly
premiums or deductibles – and free medications for any condition
that may be related to service. This extended eligibility for
health care lasts five years from the date of discharge or
to take the Benefits Navigator quiz and find out which benefits you may
qualify for, or check out all VA benefits by clicking the button below.
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