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

Tricare

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 I filed an appeal and a reviewer stated to me that I should contact my friend in Washington DC. The reviewer found the medical records

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’m 75, my husband passed away in 2011. He was 78. I remarried in Sept 2014. My question is; Do I still have Tricare for life or

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 turn 65 on Feb 2015 and I’m already enrolled in Medicare part A&B. My wife won’t turn 65 for 9 more years. How does this

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

Dear Sgt Shaft, My mother, who is 89, has Tricare for Life coverage. Is placement in an Alzheimer’s unit of a nursing home covered? Thank you, Deborea