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  • Jill Biden speaks at an Operation Educate the Educators event in April, 2016, as part of an effort to support military-connected students. (White House photo)

    Supporting troops and their families is the 'one truly sacred obligation,' Jill Biden said.

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This general view shows the truce village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarized zone (DMZ) dividing the two Koreas on April 26, 2018, ahead of the inter-Korea summit. - (AFP via Getty Images)

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  • A soldier at Joint Base Balad, Iraq prepares to mail her absentee ballot this summer . (Staff Sgt. Lynette Hoke/U.S. Army)

    It's not too late to register to vote in Georgia, and to request an absentee ballot for the runoff elections, if Georgia is your home of record.

  • Retirees in Tricare Select must set up their payment process for enrollment fees to risk losing their health care coverage. (Image by Stock)

    Retirees have until Dec. 31 to set up their payment process for new Tricare Select enrollment fees.

  • A recent court ruling could give thousands in backdated disability benefits to some Vietnam veterans and their survivors. (Getty Images)

    Federal officials still have not decided if they will appeal the ruling.

  • If you're planning to make changes in your Tricare plan, now's the time to do it. Open season ends Dec. 14. (Jacob Sippel, Naval Hospital Jacksonville).

    Open season ends Dec. 14 for those who want to change or enroll in Tricare plans as well as FEDVIP coverage.

  • Air Force wife Amy Rose, pictured here with her 14-month-old son, discovered she is on a list of voters being challenged by the Trump campaign. (Photo courtesy of Amy Rose.)

    "We knew our votes were legal and we had done nothing wrong, but our integrity was being challenged," Air Force wife said.

  • Military and overseas citizens who are legal residents of Georgia can vote by absentee ballot in the Georgia runoff election for two U.S. Senate seats. (Airman 1st Class Zoe M. Wockenfuss/Air Force)

    Legal residents of Georgia can still register to vote in the runoff election set for Jan. 5.

  • Federal employees would be frozen at 2020 pay rates under proposed Senate funding bills. (FrankvandenBergh)

    Federal employees would be frozen at 2020 pay rates under proposed Senate funding bills.

  • Federal employees have slightly fewer health insurance options but more dental and vision choices for 2021. (Valeriya/Getty Images)

    Federal employees have slightly fewer health insurance options but more dental and vision choices for 2021.

  • Military votes could be an important factor in deciding this year's Presidential Election. (FVAP)

    The president's role as commander in chief is also to protect service members' rights, including their right to vote, former military leaders say.

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