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Transition and Economic Development

Military Life Cycle Resources

TAP and MLC modules during the COVID-19 pandemic

TAP Curriculum and Military Life Cycle (MLC) modules are available online! Access web-based benefits information and transition resources through DoD Joint Knowledge Online (JKO). View the MLC module topics and access the online resource guides for each topic below.

VA Education Benefits

Education, training, certification, testing, and apprenticeship opportunities are important to your career development, both in uniform and out. This module will teach you about the DoD and VA benefits that you can use toward the cost of tuition, housing, books, and supplies.

When should I take this module? First duty station, reenlistment.

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VA Benefits 101

You’ve earned a lot through your service, including VA education, home loan guaranty, health care, and insurance and memorial benefits. Learn about what you’ve earned in this module.

When should I take this module? Enlistment, activation/deactivation, major life events.

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Social and Emotional Health Resources

Military life is rewarding, but it isn’t always easy. This module will walk you through the services that help you deal with stressful life experiences.

When should I take this module? PCS, major life events, deployments, activations/deactivations.

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Community Integration Resources

Sudden and frequent moves are a feature of military life. Learn how to find local services and community organizations that can help you and your family members through the National Resource Directory.

When should I take this module? First duty station, PCS.

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Vet Centers

Life isn’t always easy after deployment. Learn how Vet Centers can help eligible service members and their families adjust after returning from combat, or any time when they need assistance.

When should I take this module? Deployment, or after a major life event like marriage, divorce, death of a loved one, or birth of a child.

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VA Life Insurance Benefits

Life insurance is a critical component of financial planning and security. Learn about different VA life insurance benefits and services available to you and your loved ones, as well as information on financial planning and will preparation services.

When should I take this module? Major life events like marriage, divorce, death of a loved one, or birth of a child.

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Reserve Component Dual Payments

Learn about laws and requirements for dual payment situations like active duty, active training, or inactive training at the same time as VA disability compensation or pension benefits.

When should I take this module? Members of the reserve components should take this module at their first duty station, during Drill or Annual Training, during activation/deactivation, or when returning to active duty.

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Survivor and Casualty Assistance Resources

There are many ways DoD and VA help families who have lost a loved one. Learn about the casualty assistance benefits and resources available to survivors.

When should I take this module? First duty station, deployment, or a major life event like marriage, death of a loved one, divorce, or birth of a child.

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