Today, more than one million of men and women are serving our country on active duty, as members of the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard.
An additional one million-plus personnel are performing a minimum of 39 days of military duty per year by being enlisted in the Army National Guard of the United States, Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Air National Guard of the United States, Air Force Reserve and Coast Guard Reserve.
As military, your job is to protect and serve your country. But you have another military duty: to protect your home, health, and your military family. That means having adequate insurance to cover all the vital aspects of your military life.
Military Hub explains the often complex terms of insurance from the basics of life insurance to the fine print of homeowners insurance, renters insurance, discounted auto insurance and more. Consider all the military situations where you may need to adjust your insurance to keep pace with your career. And, as military, realize that you often have access to discounted insurance that stretch your military budget.
Your life in the military comes with a great deal of responsibility. Whether you are at home or deployed, insurance is your assurance, that you and your military family are adequately prepared to maintain your military lifestyle today and protected for your family's future.
Having adequate life insurance is vital part of military preparedness. At home or on deployment, having adequate mlitary life insurance means you're sure your military family can maintain their standard of living in the event that either you or your military spouse is no longer there to support them. Military life insurance always buys more than it costs: peace of mind to ability to better focus on your military mission. Military Hub shows you all the options available to create a total military life insurance plan.
For military personnel and civilians alike, owning your own home is still the American dream. In addition, a home is perhaps your single largest investment, for you and for your military family. Homeowners insurance secures that investment, and it also protects your family. Use this section of Military Hub to consider your insurance needs and compare the many options in homeowners insurance, in order to choose homeowners that has you covered.
If you are on active duty, retired from the military, or a member of the National Guard or Reserves, you may be eligible for discounted auto insurance. Congratulations - you're in the military - and auto insurance discounts of up to 15% are just one of the many perks of military life. Military Hub provides access to information on how and where to find discounted auto insurance to match your military lifestyle, at home or overseas.
Health insurance is on everyone's mind. As military, you have many military healthcare options not available to civilians. While you're in the military, TRICARE options are there for you, to consider health insurance coverage for your entire military family, today and for the future. After the military, while active military and retired veterans both qualify for the Federal Long-Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP), a private insurance carrier might offer long term care coverage at a reasonable cost. With a wide scope of health insurance information, Military Hub helps you make a healthy choice.
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