I retired from the military in 1997 after 25 years of service. It has always been accepted that if you give 20-plus years to the armed forces you had health care for life.
I retired a second time so I have other health insurance, which is my primary insurance, with Tricare being my secondary insurance.
After marching happily along for over 10 totally retired years I now find that my secondary insurance (Tricare) is no longer paying all my out-of-pocket costs for medication. Why am I paying Tricare Prime premiums? This is insane!
Why? Because they have a new …