Learn more about the health care, education, and personal benefits available to Army National Guard Soldiers and their family members.
Use our “Where to Start?” roadmap to find your benefits based on your status with the Army National Guard.
The Department of Veterans Affairs offers five years of cost-free health care and medications to OEF/OIF combat Veterans for injuries or conditions related to service.
TRICARE is a health care program for current and retired members of the armed forces and their families. Learn more about your eligibility for coverage.
As a Guard Soldier you and your family are eligible for health insurance options beyond TRICARE, like employer-sponsored coverage or your state's health insurance exchange. Your health insurance options will depend on your military status and service history.
Many government agencies, not-for-profits, and other organizations offer valuable programs just for Soldiers and military families. Many are free. Take a look.
The Guard offers education and employment resources--like education benefits and resources, civilian employment assistance, and one-on-one coaching--for you and your family. Learn how to get the most out of these resources today.
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