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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.

  • 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.

  • There's plenty of help to get you started in making your vote count.

  • Overseas students enrolled in DoDEA schools are eligible for free meals, as of Nov. 2. Here, Phillip Jackson, military spouse, receives grab-and-go meals from Sonja Gates, DoDEA school meal program manager at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 25. (Airman 1st Class Jennifer Gonzales/Air Force)

    School meals will be free for students in Europe, the Pacific and Cuba.

  • Defense officials are going back to the drawing board on their procurement for a $20 billion household goods global moving contract. (Stephenie Wade)

    Plan delayed for outsourcing the management of household goods moves.

  • Military officials are making progress in providing rights to tenants of privatized housing. Shown here is housing at Fort Jackson, S.C. (Fort Jackson Public Affairs Office)

    A pilot program is providing seven-year maintenance histories to housing residents at some installations.

  • The services are working to increase weight allowances for military members. Here, moving company employees in Bahrain carry a heavy item to the truck during the a household goods move amid the COVID-19 crisis. (Kambra Blackmon/Navy)

    The services are looking at increases across the board, Army official says.

  • DoD's Federal Voting Assistance Program is seeing increased activity.

    More military absentee ballots are coming from overseas than in 2016, according to one indicator. And there's still time to vote!

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