• February 23, 2017

Fort Hood Tricare center director discusses closing

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  • Eliza posted at 5:53 am on Sun, Feb 2, 2014.

    Eliza Posts: 1093

    @ Come April, all interactions with Tricare will be done over the phone or Internet.

    While Lauer anticipates a problem or two, he doesn’t - think - there is cause for concern.

    The word that Tricare receivers have to be award of in this article is 'think' .
    This also was told to the public, when Obamacare 1st came on the scene.
    Well I think the public has been allowed to see, that hasn't worked out without any problems either.

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