Eye Exams for Guard/Reserve Members and Their Families
Your eye exam coverage depends on your sponsor's status and TRICARE plan. >>Learn more about National Guard and Reserve statuses
When You're on Military Duty for 30 Days or Less
- You may qualify for line of duty care
- You may qualify to purchase TRICARE Reserve Select. With TRICARE Reserve Select, you and your family qualify for one routine eye examClick to closeAn exam of your vision and the health of your eyes. per year
When ActivatedClick to closeCalled or ordered to active duty service for more than 30 days in a row.
- If you qualify for extended coverage for 180 days under the Transitional Assistance Management Program, you may be eligible for a routine eye exam
- You may qualify to purchase TRICARE Reserve Select. With TRICARE Reserve Select, you and your family can get one routine eye exam per year
When you retire, you and your family may be eligible for eye exams.
- Eye exams aren't covered under TRICARE Retired Reserve
- When you reach age 60, you have the same coverage as retired service members
Last Updated 10/9/2015