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  2. https://militarypay.defense.gov/Benefits/Survivor-Benefit-Program/Overview/ Military retired pay stops upon death of the retiree! The Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) allows a retiree to ensure, after death, a continuous lifetime annuity for their dependents. The annuity which is based on a percentage of retired pay is called SBP and is paid to an eligible beneficiary. It pays your eligible survivors an inflation-adjusted monthly income. A military retiree pays premiums for SBP coverage upon retiring. Premiums are paid from gross retired pay, so they don't count as income. This means less tax and less out-of-pocket costs for SBP. The premiums are partially funded by the government and the costs of operating the program are absorbed by the government, so the average premiums are well below the cost for a conventional insurance policy. For most retirees, SBP is a good choice, but the government contribution is based on assumptions in average cases and may not apply equally to every situation.
  3. My Mom was a nurse in Manila during the war. She saved many lives when the hospital was bombed. Her older brother disappeared after being picked up by the Japanese.
  4. where are the elephants?
  5. I don't think your proton pack will make it through Customs.
  6. Sometimes you see people in the park reading newspapers or books. Why bother?
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