If you are medically retired, you can get TRICARE benefits as a retired service member. You must be on the:
Also, your family may be able to get TRICARE as a retiree family member. Keep your family's information in DEERS updated.
If you have an injury or condition, your Service will:
*This rating is different from your Department of Veterans Affairs disability rating.
You will separate from active duty if your Service disability rating is less than 30%. Once you separate, you may apply for these temporary health plans.
You need minimum essential coverage under the Affordable Care Act. You have that if you have one of these plans:
After your benefits end, you can search the Health Insurance Marketplace to find a civilian health plan that meets your needs and budget.
If you become eligible for Medicare under age 65 for a disability or any other reason, you must have Medicare Part B to keep TRICARE. >>Learn more about Medicare and TRICARE
Last Updated 1/13/2016
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