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I have recently been demobilized and I am returning to my former Reserve or National Guard unit. Will my Family SGLI coverage be affected?

Published 08/13/2012 09:27 AM   |    Updated 12/19/2012 03:14 PM
I have recently been demobilized and I am returning to my former Reserve or National Guard unit. Will my Family SGLI coverage be affected?
If you are assigned to a reserve/guard duty and you have full-time SGLI coverage, your Family SGLI coverage on your spouse automatically goes to the maximum coverage of $100,000. This is regardless of your spouse's coverage level while you were on active duty. Because you are going into a new duty status, your spouse is automatically covered at the maximum level.