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Life in the time of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
MyArmyBenefits contains a wealth of information on the benefits available to Soldiers and their Families from the time they enter the Army through their retirement or separation and beyond. Please see our Benefit Library to find information on a variety of benefits and use the Benefit Calculators for financial planning and estimating pay during deployment and retirement. If there are questions regarding your benefits, the MyArmyBenefits Help Desk team is happy to assist.
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WASHINGTON, November 24, 2020 - The Army plans to adjust how it promotes its noncommissioned officers that could impact Soldiers who are serving in combat, starting a family, or attending the non-resident Sergeants Major Course, said the Army’s top enlisted Soldier.
WASHINGTON, November 20, 2020 - The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today at least 25,000 more Veterans are now receiving monetary benefits through federally-insured banks and credit unions — mitigating their risk of fraud occurrence.