Can you get usaa with a general discharge

UPDATED: Apr 18, 2018

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Asked April 18, 2018

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According to USAA representatives, eligibility for USAA insurance is only eligible to military members and veterans who have been given an honorable discharge. Coverage can be extended to eligible family members.

A general discharge typically means that the service member had satisfactory performance but must have had some form of nonjudicial punishment to correct military behavior that was deemed unacceptable or failure to meet the standards set by the military.

Answered April 18, 2018 by FirstLight

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