- 1 Can military members see civilian doctors?
- 2 Do Marines have their own doctors?
- 3 Can military dependents go to any hospital?
- 4 Can you pick your MOS in the Marines?
- 5 Why do doctors not like Tricare?
- 6 What are the military rules for private physicians?
- 7 What do Marines think of corpsman?
- 8 Why don t the Marines have medics?
- 9 What do Marines think of Navy Corpsman?
- 10 Does my wife get my VA benefits when I die?
- 11 Can my ex wife get part of my VA disability?
- 12 Can you get a VA loan if your father was in the military?
- 13 Do Marines get paid for life?
- 14 What is the age cut off for the Marines?
- 15 What is a Marines salary?
Can military members see civilian doctors?
Tricare Prime Remote – Tricare Prime Remote provides healthcare coverage through civilian providers for active duty members, activated guard & reserve members, retirees, and families on remote assignment. You must live AND work.
Do Marines have their own doctors?
The unique bond between Marines and their “Doc” is nearly unbreakable. Since the Marine Corps doesn’t have its own medical department and falls under the Department of the Navy, the majority of the medical treatment Marines receive comes directly from the Naval Hospital Corps.
Can military dependents go to any hospital?
Tricare PRIME If you get a referral to a private care provider outside of the PCM or hospital, you will get everything paid for as well. You can go to ANY emergency room for a bona fide emergency and they will cover 100% of those costs.
Can you pick your MOS in the Marines?
Picking a Job or Military Occupational Specialty ( MOS ) You would enlist under the ” Personnel and Administration Field,” but you are only guaranteed to get one of the MOSs (jobs) listed in that field. You are not guaranteed any specific MOS.
Why do doctors not like Tricare?
The most frequent reason given by doctors for not taking new Tricare patients was that they are unfamiliar with the program, the report says, particularly outside of areas where Tricare Prime is available.
What are the military rules for private physicians?
For specialty care, the VA will pay for private doctors if vets must wait for more than 28 days or drive more than an hour to see a VA doctor. Previously, the VA would pay for private care only when veterans had to drive more than 40 miles or wait more than 30 days for a VA appointment.
What do Marines think of corpsman?
From speaking with my older brother (a retired Marine Master Sergeant) most marines think corpsman are damn fine sailors. The ones assigned to Marine units, dress the same, eat the same, go to the same places and get fired at by the same weapons. Navy Corpsmen are some of the bravest people in the field.
Why don t the Marines have medics?
Originally Answered: Why does the USMC rely on the Navy corpsman and does not have a marine medic? Because the Marines are part of the Navy. The creation of a Marine MOS for a Medic would be a duplication of what already exists. This would entail additional cost, with no tangible benefits.
Marines love good Navy Corpsman. We get treated like a little brother or something. They are super protective of us, IF we are good Corpsman. You have to be able to hang with them.
Does my wife get my VA benefits when I die?
No, a veteran’s disability compensation payments are not continued for a surviving spouse after death. However, survivors may be entitled to a different type of benefit called Dependency and Indemnity Compensation.
Can my ex wife get part of my VA disability?
As was pointed out above, neither the former spouse nor the attorney can obtain a portion of VA benefits since they are exempt from distribution as marital or community property upon divorce.
Can you get a VA loan if your father was in the military?
“ My father is veteran, does his status allow me to qualify for a VA home loan?” The short answer to this question is no. VA loans are generally for only the veteran, veteran and spouse together or the surviving spouse of a veteran under certain circumstances. Some non- veterans are allowed to apply.
Do Marines get paid for life?
Active duty military members can retire after 20 years of active duty service. In exchange, they receive retirement pay for life.
What is the age cut off for the Marines?
Age Limits for Enlisting You must be at least 17 to enlist in any branch of the active military. The oldest you can be to enlist for active duty in each branch is: Coast Guard: 31. Marines: 28.
What is a Marines salary?
U.S. Marine Corps Jobs by Salary
|Marine Corp Corporal, Ground Combat||Range:$20k – $53k||Average:$29,086|
|Aircraft Mechanic / Service Technician||Range:$23k – $63k||Average:$39,393|
|Network Administrator||Range:$28k – $62k||Average:$41,011|
|Logistics Manager||Range:$45k – $113k||Average:$72,113|