Learn more about how to enroll or change plans for health, dental, and vision.
Retired service members and their families are eligible the following options:
Additionally, adult children who "age out" at 21 (or 23 if attending college) may qualify to purchase TRICARE Young Adult.
The TRICARE Retiree Dental Program is available to purchase for dental coverage.
To be placed on the Temporary Disabled Retirement List (TDRL), you must have a:
You'll be re-evaluated at least every 18 months for a period of up to five years. At that point, it will be determined if your situation has improved, remained the same or has gotten worse. Depending on the outcome, you can be:
As long as you are on the TDRL or PDRL, you're eligible for TRICARE benefits for retired service members as described above. Your eligible family members are also eligible.
If your Service disability rating is less than 30 percent and you're separated from active duty, you may qualify transitional health care benefits:
Benefits for retired Reserve members are different depending on the sponsor's age:
Learn more about benefits for retired Reserve members.
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 12/1/2017
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