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SPC Margaret Higgins
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I get my medications- the psychotropic ones- from TRICARE/Express Scripts.
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SPC Margaret Higgins you know its coming, what a SWEET DEAL!
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SPC Margaret Higgins
SPC Margaret Higgins
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Right on there; my Prince.
I asked my bookkeeper/friend to buy me some SWEET coffee; instead of my having to add sugar to my coffee to SWEETEN the deal. :)
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SPC Margaret Higgins
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:) SFC (Join to see) In case you don't see the above, Love; I thought of you in connection with my SWEET coffee. ...French Vanilla: mmmmmm :)
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LTC Stephen F.
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I thought I would be covered by TRICARE-retired when I turn 60 later this year and begin to draw my retired pay SFC (Join to see)
It seems I will be covered by TRICARE-Standard or Prime because I am rated at 80% service-connected VA disabled. I will be glad when my wife is covered for TRICARE.
I expect the TRICARE For Life (with Medicare Part A & B coverage) eligibility is based on the sponsors age.
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SMSgt Dr. G. A. Thomas
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Look like very helpful information. Tricare Dental will probably be the best benefit
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SMSgt Dr. G. A. Thomas I didn't know you have to sign up for Medicare part a/b to receive TRICARE FOR LIFE after 65.
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SMSgt Dr. G. A. Thomas
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They inform you via Tricare website and paperwork they send you.
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