With all the focus recently on the election and the new Administration taking over in January, 2017, it’s easy to overlook an important piece of unfinished business from 2016–the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
Now that Americans have spoken and elected you as the new Commander-in-Chief, military families have a few things they’d like to tell you, our new leader.
Since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed, our Association has worked to ensure TRICARE policies are on par with coverage mandated by the ACA.
Do you have a school-aged child? A high schooler who’s nearing graduation? Do you worry about problems your kids may face if they have to change schools due to a PCS move?
While we honor our military families every day of the year, Military Family Month is when our President asks all Americans to pay tribute to the extraordinary ways our nation’s families continue to support our military.
NMFA hosted both campaigns at our headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia to share the questions and concerns military and veteran families want our next Commander in Chief to know about.
General Dunford Gets PersonalFocusing on Military Families, Including His Ownat 2016 NMFA Leadership Luncheon
Military families are often in the shadows of the spotlight put on our nation’s service members. But at our 2016 Leadership Luncheon, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. made sure military families, and their unique sacrifices, were the star of the show.
Veterans hoping to start or grow their families now have a chance thanks to legislation that was passed by Congress, and signed by the President, in September.
Forget about picking up your prescriptions during that Target run. CVS is out, too. Starting December 1, 2016, CVS pharmacies, including those in Target stores, will no longer be part of the TRICARE network.
Military families with kids in public school know the drill: sometime during the first two or three months of the school year, a form will appear in their child’s backpack or homework folder the Impact Aid form.