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The RAO serves military retirees from all branches of service in a number of ways, to include the following:
1. Serves as a central point to obtain valuable information
2. Provides reliable answers to your questions
3. Refers individuals to appropriate service providers
The Retired Activities Office volunteer is a valuable link to help retirees and family members obtain the rights, benefits and privileges they are entitled to receive.
USMC Retired Activities Information CenterThis website contains helpful information on retirement benefits and activities. Answers to questions on retirement pay, survivor benefits, replacing awards & medals, funeral & burial services, healthcare and more are available on the site along with a listing of key contacts and phone numbers.
Volunteering is a great way for retirees and their families to stay in touch with the military community and meet new people. The Retired Activities Office needs volunteers. Make a difference with the gift of time and experience. Call the Retired Activities Office at 645-3159/3151 and sign up to volunteer today!
The VA representative is available to assist transitioning military members, retirees and surviving spouses with educational services and give assistance to beneficiaries. Transitioning military members will receive a full 6-hour overview briefing at each TAP or Pre-Retirement session. One-on-one appointments are also available.
United States Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans On-Line Application (VONAPP)
Federal Benefits for Veterans, Dependents, and Survivors Booklet
Post-911 GI Bill
Benefits Based on Discharge
Summary of VA Benefits
VA Benefit Timeline
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