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Yes, remarriage would end your Tricare rights, regardless of the age of remarriage. Additionally, the ID card rights would be forfeit based on remarriage, unless you are a retiree yourself or you marry a retiree that would again make you a dependent.
The concept behind survivor benefits is to provide benefits for former spouses while they remain unmarried. Once you remarry, your new spouse becomes responsible for those items and you are no longer covered by Tricare or the ID card right to commissary and px privileges.
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