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I am a widow that has been trying to get answers to questions. I've been tooakland to the office there and they had me get military records for my deceased husband and medical records when he retired. now I can't even get them to return calls and I have tried several times. I just found out onmy own andneighbors that I have tri care for life. I'm wondering why I never rcv his life insurance and why I am not entitiled for his pension. Maybe you can help He has been deceased sinde 1995 and still no one has contacted me.. Helen XXX
In answer to your question I have no idea. He never kept me informed on that
He didnot talk any military to me. I never saw the papers. Every one else rcvs I guess it was the SBP. iT SEEMS NO ONE CANHELPME.
He died ion 1995 Helen XXXX
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