Is Army National Guard service with honorable discharge eligible for USAA insurance?

UPDATED: Oct 26, 2017

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Asked October 26, 2017

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Yes. All current, retired, and honorably discharged members of Reserves and National Guard are eligible for USAA insurance products. Members and veterans of these military branches have been eligible to belong to USAA starting in 1973. This is not limited to just one or a few kinds of insurance products. The entire line of USAA insurance products are available to honorably discharged National Guard veterans as well as qualifying family members, the exact same way as regular retired or honorably discharged veterans. Honorably discharged Army National Guard veterans are able to obtain products such as auto loans, home loans, life insurance policies, credit cards, and a range of investment products. USAA rates are much lower than most insurance providers. Firstly, it has a very select pool of possible members, which helps keep rates low. Since USAA is what is known as an inter-insurance exchange, the profits are put back into the company, which means lower rates for veterans and their families.

Answered October 30, 2017 by teddyx

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