Plan ahead to make sure you and your family have healthcare coverage after you get out of the military.
Even as Tricare rates rise, they remain lower than most civilian market prices.
Temporary health insurance is available after you get out. You can buy up to 18 months of temporary coverage.
Retirees have several health care benefits to choose from.
The Transitional Assistance Management Program (TAMP) offers transitional TRICARE coverage.
While most Tricare rates are going up, they are still far lower than civilian market prices.
Expectant mothers who are Tricare beneficiaries have a variety of choices for receiving health care services.
To help ease your transition, let's look at what the military makes available as you shift to civilian life.
A new survey of more than 33,000 Post-9/11 veterans found that 51.7 percent of them were obese.
Reservist who retire have many options for health insurance coverage.
Mike Minihan, a four-star general who has led Air Mobility Command since 2021, has been known for his loud, proud and high...
The suicide aboard the George Washington comes a month after the Navy released its first report on the last three suicides...
Candyce and Dustin Brown last spoke to their son Hunter by phone on Sunday, Jan. 8, discussing the class schedule for his...
The policy grants 12 weeks of leave for new mothers and fathers, including adoptive and foster parents on active duty or full...
Officials say that benefits offered by the National Cemetery Administration are the most underutilized of veterans' perks.