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Posted: February 9, 2018 8:26 a.m.
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Transitional Assistance Management Program explained

Transitional Assistance Management Program is an extended health benefit for 180 calendar days of additional coverage that TRICARE offers at no charge to qualified or eligible beneficiaries only.   

There has been incorrect information referencing who gets this benefit.  Soldiers leaving the military are entitled if the following categories apply:

Involuntarily separating from active duty under honorable conditions including:  Members who receive a voluntary separation incentive), or members who receive voluntary separation pay and aren't entitled to retired or retainer pay upon separation.

A National Guard or reserve member separating from a period of more than 30 consecutive days of active duty served in support of a contingency operation. 

Separating from active duty following involuntary retention (stop-loss) in support of a contingency operation. 

Separating from active duty following a voluntary agreement to stay on active duty for less than one year in support of a contingency operation. 

Receiving a Sole Survivorship Discharge. 

Separating from regular active duty service and agree to become a member of the Selected Reserve of a reserve component. The service member must become a selected reservist the day immediately following release from regular active duty service to qualify. For more information reference your insurance, please visit www.tricare.mil. Also sign up for TRICARE email updates at www.tricare.mil/subscriptions to continue to be informed about Tricare changes and updates.


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