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MARINEFORCESRESERVE | APRIL 2014

COMMUNICATOR BY THE NUMBERS

* As of March 2014

Total Marine Corps Reserve

106,960

Individual Ready Reserve

67,641

Selected Marine Corps Reserve

Active Component End Strength

31,522

4,019

Active Reserve

2,222

Calendar Year 2013

U.S. Navy End Strength

1,959

Funeral Support

17,075

Trainees

2,683 Individual Mobilization Augmentees

Exercises

CACO Support

337

169

2,892

Operations

Total SelRes

Total Deployed

444

39,319

781

Authorized End Strength

39,600

ites S ITE ousing S S E RV Family H 3 E S RE s s

Site tion oca ned L t w O an Ten

LT. GEN. RICHARD P. MILLS

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“Btimes eing ready, relevant and responsive at all is critical to Marine Forces Reserve’s Commander, Marine Forces Reserve

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role as an essential ‘shock absorber’ for the active component. Medical and dental readiness is a critical enabler for that capability because we have to be most ready when our nation is least ready. Knowing what programs and benefits are available to Reserve Marines and Sailors can help inform decisions about getting health care and ultimately enhance our readiness as a Force.”

LEADERSHIP Secretary of the Navy Hon. Ray Mabus Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos Assistant Commandant Gen. John M. Paxton Jr. Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Micheal P. Barrett Commander, Marine Forces Reserve Lt. Gen. Richard P. Mills Executive Director, Marine Forces Reserve Mr. Gregg T. Habel

Sergeant Major, Marine Forces Reserve Sgt. Maj. Anthony A. Spadaro Command Master Chief, Marine Forces Reserve CMDCM Eric E. Cousin 4th Marine Division Maj. Gen. James S. Hartsell 4th Marine Aircraft Wing Maj. Gen. William T. Collins 4th Marine Logistics Group Brig. Gen. Roger R. Machut Force Headquarters Group Brig. Gen. Paul K. Lebidine


WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

TRICARE RESERVE SELECT It’s all about

BEING READY

READY, RELEVANT AND RESPONSIVE... Reserve Marines and Sailors have to be combat ready at all times. To maintain medical readiness and optimal health, Reserve Marines and Sailors are encouraged to maintain continuous health and dental coverage, whether through TRICARE or other coverage for which they may be eligible. TRICARE Reserve Select is a premium-based plan available worldwide for qualified Reservists and their families.

$ COST

ELIGIBILITY

•M  onthly premiums, annual deductibles and cost-shares apply. • Sponsor only: $51.68/month

DENTAL

TRICARE

• S ponsor and family: $204.29/month

ACTIVE BENEFITS

• Y ou are eligible if you are in the • Y ou will receive active-duty Selected Marine Corps Reserve benefits if... or Individual Mobilization • y ou are on orders for 30 days Augmentee program. or more. • Individual Ready Reserve • it is 180 days before/after you Marines, Marines who have go on orders for 30 days or completed orders in the last more. 180 days and Marines eligible for the Federal Healthcare Benefit Program are ineligible.

While you are in an inactive status, you and your family can enroll in the TRICARE Dental Program. You can enroll any time and must enroll for at least 12 months. If you receive orders to activate for more than 30 days, your enrollment will change. But your family’s enrollment in the program will continue. While IRR Marines are not eligible to enroll in TRICARE Reserve Select, they are eligible for TRICARE dental.

SMCRDENTAL

TYPES OF CARE

• E mergency care • O utpatient visits • P reventitive care •H  ospitalization •M  aternity care •M  ental health

• P rescriptions

IRRDENTAL

Sponsor only:

Sponsor only:

One dependant:

One dependant:

More than one dependant:

More than one dependant:

$10.76/month

$27.40/month $82.23/month

$27.40/month

$27.40/month $82.23/month

MARFORRES Communicator - April 2014  

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