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The Military Health System (MHS) is an interconnected network of Service Members whose mission is to support the lives and families of those who support our country. Everyday in the MHS advancements are made in the lab, in the field, and here at home. These are just a few articles highlighting those accomplishments that don't always make it to the front page of local papers.

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TRICARE QLE: Retired National Guard or Reserve Member Turning 60

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Retired National Guard or Reserve Member Turning 60

Retiring from the National Guard and Reserve isn’t itself a QLE. However, turning age 60 after having retired from the National Guard and Reserve is a QLE. Retired Reserve members have different TRICARE options available before and after age 60. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Gaining or Losing Command-Sponsorship in Overseas Areas

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Gaining or Losing Command-Sponsorship in Overseas Areas

Family members may need to be command-sponsored in some overseas locations to qualify to enroll in some plans. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Changing your Command Sponsorship in Overseas Areas

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Changing your Command Sponsorship in Overseas Areas

Family members may need to be command-sponsored in some overseas locations to qualify to enroll in some plans. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Having a Baby Overseas (Active Duty Families)

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Having a Baby Overseas (Active Duty Families)

Children are eligible for TRICARE until age 21 (or 23 if in college). You need to take steps to register your newborn in DEERS and enroll him or her in a TRICARE plan. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Separating from Active Duty

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Separating from Active Duty

Service members and their families may qualify for temporary health care coverage when you separate from the service or get out before retiring. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Deactivating

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Deactivating

When you leave active duty after serving more than 30 days, you deactivate. Your coverage depends on whether your time was for a preplanned mission or in support of a contingency operation. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Having a Baby Stateside (Retiree Family)

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Having a Baby Stateside (Retiree Family)

Children are eligible for TRICARE until age 21 (or 23 if in college). You need to take steps to register your newborn in DEERS and enroll him or her in a TRICARE plan. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Having a Baby Overseas (Active Duty Families)

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Having a Baby Overseas (Active Duty Families)

Children are eligible for TRICARE until age 21 (or 23 if in college). You need to take steps to register your newborn in DEERS and enroll him or her in a TRICARE plan. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Having a Baby Overseas (Retired Family)

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Having a Baby Overseas (Retired Family)

Children are eligible for TRICARE until age 21 (or 23 if in college). You need to take steps to register your newborn in DEERS and enroll him or her in a TRICARE plan. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRIICARE QLE: Moving

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3/7/2022
TRIICARE QLE: Moving

Your TRICARE eligibility doesn't change when you move. But it may change your health plan options. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Turning 65 and Becoming Medicare-Eligible

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Turning 65 and Becoming Medicare-Eligible

Turning age 65 and becoming Medicare-eligible is a qualifying life event. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Moving

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Moving

Your TRICARE eligibility doesn't change when you move. But it may change your health plan options. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Going to College

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Going to College

While enrolled in college, children may be eligible for regular TRICARE benefits until their 23rd birthday or graduation, whichever comes first. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE

TRICARE QLE: Losing or Gaining Other Health Insurance

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Losing or Gaining Other Health Insurance

Any health insurance other than TRICARE is called "other health insurance." If you lose or gain other health insurance through your employer or a private insurance program, that is a QLE allowing you to make changes to your TRICARE coverage. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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TRICARE QLE: Child Going to College

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3/7/2022
TRICARE QLE: Child Going to College

While enrolled in college, children may be eligible for regular TRICARE benefits until their 23rd birthday or graduation, whichever comes first. To learn more about TRICARE QLEs, visit www.tricare.mil/lifeevents.

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Qualifying Life Events Toolkit | Information for Patients: About TRICARE
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