“Once a Marine, always a Marine” is more than just a slogan. We take care of our own. As you prepare for retirement and all that comes after it, we’re here to help you navigate everything from retired pay and allowance to healthcare benefits and death gratuity. The Marine and Family Program’s Retired Services Office (RSO) delivers information and assistance to retirees and eligible family members from all branches of the US Uniformed Services. We also serve Coast Guard and NOAA. Our staff of volunteers will help you get what you deserve for your honorable and faithful service to our nation.
Volunteer: We Need Your Help!
Maintain the tradition and continue to serve your community. Discover how fulfilling it can be to help guide fellow retirees!
What the Retired Services Office can do for you:
- Provide entitlement information
- Inform you of available privileges
- Provide local installation regulations
- Help with ID card/Decal renewal
- DD-214 Replacement
- Help with legal assistance
- Assist with health care benefits
- Assist with federal & state veterans benefits
- Provide education information
- Offer Surviving Family Assistance
- Provide death gratuity and benefit information
- Help navigate the Survivors Benefit Plan (SBP)
- Assist with Social Security benefits
- Assist with VA Disability Compensation
- Assist with Retired pay and allowance
A mandatory briefing required for retirees that is held quarterly. The briefing is a 5-day workshop with the first two days as an expanded version of the TRS Core Curricula (Pre-Separation) and the last three days as the Department of Labor Employment Workshop. Spouses are encouraged to attend. Dress is appropriate civilian attire.