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My wife is a daughter of a 25 year Navy Vet . I was wondering what benefits are available to her?

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  • 6 years ago
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    She can get various insurance products from USAA.

    Source(s): 100% Disabled Vietnam Veteran - Navy Airborne Electronic Warfare Officer
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  • NWIP
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    6 years ago

    Nothing. If her father was in service on August 1, 2009 and transferred some of the GI Bill to her then she has that. She might look into scholarships for children of personnel stationed at certain locations but no guarantee there is one or she qualifies for it. No medical, no dental, no base access or anything else just because he was a veteran.

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  • 6 years ago

    She might have the GI bill, but after I think 18 or 21? Depends if they went to college or not they pretty much lose the tricare, and military ID and so forth

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  • She does get AARP Benefits.

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  • 6 years ago

    nothing she is not a dependent anymore

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Is she an adult?

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    • NWIP
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      6 years agoReport

      Then nothing beyond USAA. Why should she when she is a grown woman and can have kids of her own.

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