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Some National Guard members to pay dental premiums directly
Wednesday - 5/2/2012, 7:30am EDT
Payroll deduction is not available to about 8,000 reserve-component troops who are on orders to active-duty for more than 30 days. They won't lose coverage, but they will have to remember to pay the bill themselves.
Defense officials say they are working with TRICARE Management and MetLife to find a long-term solution. Servicemembers who think they may be affected should check their leave and earnings statements and contact MetLife if they've missed a payment.
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