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Children Getting SBP Benefits Can Now Verify School Attendance Online

Here's how these students can take advantage of this streamlined process.

Universal Orlando Has a New Discount for Servicemembers, Military Retirees

Get the details on this deal and other Florida savings.

Lawmakers Push for Quick Fix for Veterans Wrongly Billed for $53M in Emergency Care

The bipartisan effort comes after a troubling VA Inspector General report.

Military Officer Magazine, MOAA Newsletter Receive Honors

The APEX Awards recognize publishing excellence. See what MOAA products made the cut.

Tips for Using TRICARE For Life Overseas

Planning a trip? Know what to do if you have a health care emergency.

Report Outlines Steps to Help National Guard and Reserve Families

Read how MOAA and other advocates are reaching out to this often-overlooked group.

Changes to Military Health Care Coming Sooner Than You Think

MOAA has received reports of declining access to care and services at MTFs. Let MOAA know if its happening to you and tell Congress to preserve military medicine.

Nearly 70 Senators Call For Full Repeal of Widows Tax in New Letter

"This problem goes back decades, but this year we can finally solve it once and for all."

Here's What You Need to Know About the New Debt Collection Rules

Learn how to protect yourself and your family members.

Senate Approves Budget Deal Before Leaving Town

Be ready for Summer Storm; the senators are coming home.

MOAA Asks Congress to Fund Timely VA Processing of Blue Water Navy Claims

Write to your lawmaker and ask them to help speed up this long-delayed process.

MOAA Summer Storm 2019 Resources

Issue papers, contact details, videos, and more to help you take part in the #MOAASummerStorm.

Tips for Using TRICARE For Life Overseas

Planning a trip? Know what to do if you have a health care emergency.

Study: Military Children Have More Health Care Needs, But Less Access and Lower Quality

The survey highlights room for improvement, especially for dependents with special health needs.

Coast Guard Fitness Standards Unfair to Women? Findings Trigger New Pilot Program

A disproportionate amount of women have been getting kicked out for failing weight standards.

MOAA Board Member: Medical Cuts Would Break Promise to Military Families

“Cutting the military’s medical forces by 20 percent would constitute a qualitative change to the entire military health system," writes Read Adm. Tom Jurkowsky, USN (Ret).

TRICARE Rates Increasing in 2020 for Reservists, Young Adults, Others

Get the details, and learn about a change that could affect your upfront costs.