Retiring from the National Guard or Reserve

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Retiring from the National Guard or Reserve 

Yes.

You have 90 days after your TRICARE Reserve Select coverage ends to enroll in health plan. 

When you retire, your health and dental options will change. If you had TRICARE Reserve Select when you retired, that coverage will end.

Health Plan Options

You may qualify to purchase TRICARE Retired Reserve for you and your family. You can avoid a break in coverage if your application has a postmark less than 30 days after your TRICARE Reserve Select coverage ends. 

When You Turn 60 Years Old

When you turn age 60, you and your family may be eligible for the following health plans. Your choices will depend on where you live when you retire.

Dental Options

If you were eligible for the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program (TRDP), you may be able to enroll in a FEDVIP dental plan. For more information, visit: www.benefeds.com

Prescriptions

You and your family qualify for prescription drug coverage when covered by TRICARE Retired Reserve (before age 60) or any other plan at age 60.

Last Updated 12/20/2018