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What this means to me and all the other retired military is this.....Higher fees for health care = less money for ammo!!!!! Watercraft Boat Font Poster Rectangle The House Armed Services Committee recently forwarded the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2013 (HR4310) to the full House for a vote. The bill omitted many of the TRICARE Fee increases proposed by the White House. The Office of Management and Budget issued a response in which they stated that senior advisors would recommend that President would veto the bill if it passed Congress.
 

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I actually dropped Tricare and Tricare dental for my employers healthcare/dental which costs me a little over 8.00 a week for both.
 

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I retired 23 years ago in Sept...............have lost lots more benefits than i have gained. Read an article few months ago that stated only 7% of Americans have served in the Armed Forces. That sure supprised me. I wonder how many politicians elected in the past 10 years have served??
 

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I dumped delta dental long time ago.
 

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Pretty much screwed if you have any kind of health care plan, they aren't around for your benifit, it is a business and they will make their money, just look at the corporate buildings and saleries.
 
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