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    Dual-Military Couples Must File for FSGLI

    Dual-Military Couples Must File for FSGLI

    Week of July 08, 2013

    Dual-military couples must now apply for FSGLI (Family Servicemembers Group Life Insurance) if they wish to have spousal coverage. The former automatic enrollment in FSGLI for servicemembers married to other s has been repealed. Servicemembers must also remember to update their personal and family information in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility and Reporting System (DEERS) within 60 days of any life-changing event such as marriage, divorce, birth of a child or adoption. Failure to do so could result in breaks in eligibility for that family. For more information about FSGLI coverage for Sailors, visit the Navy Personnel Command FSGLI webpage, or call 1-866-U-ASK-NPC.

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    Military Report - Dual-Military Couples Must File for FSGLI TAKEN AT NISQUALLY WILDLIFE PRESERVE
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    Does that mean dual military will have to pay for FSGLI? If that's true and it's mandatory, that's bull shit. Or does it mean it's just not automatic like it was before? When DH and I were dual I'm pretty sure neither one of us enrolled the other into FSGLI....

    Eta- just saw the "if they wish....". Nevermind.

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