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2022 TRICARE Pharmacy Copayment Changes

2022 State of the Chapter

Date Posted:01/06/22
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Member Information and Dues Status

Chapter Member Birthdays January 2022

Presidents Message and Chapter 2022 Goals and Objectives

Medicare Premiums Rise

Date Posted:11/30/21
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Erin Stone 10 Nov GMM Presentation

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Chapter Receives 5 Star Level of Excellence Award

Cameron University Veteran Resource Fair, November 8 9, 2021

Cameron University Veterans Day Activities

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2021 Veterans Benefits Guide

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Social Security Announces 5.9 Percent Benefit Increase for 2022

President's Update 9 October 2021

Chapter Fundraiser Update

President's Message Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction

DoD ID Card Extensions

27 May 21 Annual Membership Meeting "MOAA Vacations"

Chapter Members Placing Flags at Fort Sill National Cemetery in Elgin, OK

Date Posted:05/28/21
Lawton Couple Named Oklahoma Veteran Family of the Year

New President's Message May 2021 Update

Cameron ROTC Commissioning

Vet Center Donation Thanks

Date Posted:05/02/21
2021 Oklahoma Veterans Council Award Recipients

COVID 19 Funeral Assistance UPDATE 4APR21

FDA Lifts Ban on Blood Donations Based on Past European Service

The next phase of the SBP/DIC phase out is here!

Indefinite ID Cards at Age 65 for Spouses of Retirees

VA Appeals What to Expect

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Indefinite ID Cards at Age 65 for Spouses of Retirees

Exciting news that directly impacts military retirees.  Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Personnel and Readiness) has approved the update to policy authorizing an indefinite expiration date for ID cards issued to eligible dependents of military retirees who are age 65 and older.  Previously these family members had to wait until age 75 for the indefinite card.  The policy change applies to all Department of Defense ID card offices as a result of continued growth in the military retiree population and recognizing the burden of the age 75 requirement placed on both dependents and ID card office resources.  Although approved, Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) must implement necessary system changes to issue the indefinite card. These changes are anticipated to occur sometime in May 2021. Please be patient as your local ID card site awaits the capability. 

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