• P.O. Box 65900 Washington, D.C. 20035-5900
  • 202-257-5446
  • P.O. Box 65900 Washington, D.C. 20035-5900
  • 202-257-5446

Medicare

Dear Sgt Shaft I understand that when I reach 65, I will need to obtain Medicare parts A & B to maintain my TFL since Prime goes away. My spouse is

Dear SGT Shaft, My mother is a widow beneficiary of CHAMPVA. She called many times before to Puerto Rico Veterans Affairs Office with no luck telling

Dear SGT Shaft, My mother is a widow beneficiary of CHAMPVA. She called many times before to Puerto Rico Veterans Affairs Office with no luck telling

Dear Sgt Shaft My name is Lynn and I was recently medically retired from the Air Force and now represent United Health Care (UHC). I have a great passion

Dear Sgt. Shaft: I recently turned 65 and have Medicare part A and B and have Tricare For Life. I have a retired US Army ID card which I show if requested

Dear Sgt. Shaft: I recently turned 65 and have Medicare part A and B and have Tricare For Life. I have a retired US Army ID card which I show if requested

Dear Sgt. Shaft I am a 74-year-old woman married to a retired Army officer for the past 11 years and before that I was married to an Air Force enlisted

Dear Sgt Shaft I am a retired U.S. Navy Senior Chief. I am covered by Medicare Part A/B & Tricare for Life. My wife is not Medicare eligible yet &currently

Dear SGT Shaft, I applied for an Agent Orange related VA claim beginning in 2000. I was working in S. Korea in 1969 and 1970 assigned to B CO, 2nd ENGR

Dear Sgt. Shaft, I have a question; let me give you a little background first. My wife has been covered by her work, my work and Tricare Prime, since