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  • 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.

  • The rule would enable agencies to front the cost of miscalculated retirement deposits, rather than the employees themselves. (Getty Images)

    The rule would enable agencies to front the cost of miscalculated retirement deposits, rather than the employees themselves.

  • There may be fewer parades this year because of the pandemic, but the country continues to honor veterans, in large and small ways, such as offering some discounts to show their appreciation. (Sgt. 1st Class Michel Sauret/Army)

    Some businesses are still offering discounts for military and veterans amid the COVID pandemic.

  • Millions of military family members, retirees and others will be getting new IDs over the next five years. Here, Dr. Nan Pond gets her picture taken for a new ID by Airman 1st Class Jacara Pope at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., in 2019. (Airman 1st Class Austin J. Prisbrey/Air Force)

    The technology also sets the stage for the future when cardholders will be able to go online and get their ID card through the proper vetting process, without going to an ID office.

  • The Federal Employees Dental and Vision Program will offer more coverage options due to a competitive selection process, according to the Office of Personnel Management. (gerenme/Getty Images)

    The Federal Employees Dental and Vision Program will offer more coverage options due to a competitive selection process, according to the Office of Personnel Management.

  • A sailor reads a pamphlet during a Military Saves Campaign open house. (MC3 Charles Oki/Navy)

    Don't fall prey to fraudsters who want you to take money out of your TSP to invest in their high-risk product.

  • An artist's rendering of the planned project to develop 80 acres at the Armed Forces Retirement Home, the nation's oldest continually operating retirement home for enlisted personnel. (Courtesy Armed Forces Retirement Home)

    Mega project would build residential, retail, art spaces and sports and wellness venues open to the public, and bring in millions in revenue for the troubled enlisted retirement home.

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  • U.S. Coast Guard families enjoy a free dinner Jan. 15 at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I., following the first missed paycheck during the shutdown. (Jennifer McDermott/AP)

    Military relief societies, others can offer assistance to spouses, retirees, some reservists who work for other shutdown federal agencies.

  • One third of the eligible active-duty service members decided to switch to the new Blended Retirement System in 2018. The deadline was Dec. 31. (Air Force Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes)

    But six out of 10 active-duty Marines took the plunge into the Blended Retirement System. What were your service's numbers?

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