Retirement Information

2014 RETIREMENT SEMINARS

Send requests to your unit administrative personnel. The request should then be forwarded to the Retirement Services section.  A pre-requisite for this event is that the Soldier must have a 20-year or 15-year letter. Soldiers who have already retired are also welcome to attend.

 

Contact: SSG Nykeah Williams (615) 313-0621 or SSG Mike Avella (615) 313-0596

 

After completing 20 years of creditable service for retired pay (m-day) in the Army National Guard, you will qualify for retired pay.

 

Soldiers pay will begin one month following their 60th birthday and will continue each month after that for the rest of their life. This will add to any other government or private retirement plans for you which you are eligible.

 

 

 

For information regarding

retirement contact:

 

Retirement Services NCO-

SSG Nykeah C. Williams

TNARNG Joint Force Headquarters

3041 Sidco Drive

P.O. Box 41502

Nashville, TN 37204-1502

 

PHONE: (615) 313-0621

 

Procedures for retirement application:

 

Upon reaching age 59, you are encouraged to apply for retirement benefits to begin one month following your 60th birthday.  Some Soldiers may apply sooner if they qualify for early retirement under the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2008.

 

 

 

You will need to take the following documents:

 

NGB 23D- Notification of Eligibility for Retired Pay (20-Year Letter) or 15-year letter

DD Form 1883 or DD 2656-5: Survivor’s Benefit Election Certificate

Separation Order

Voided Check

 

 

 

You will receive informational brochures for:

 

- TRICARE Medical and Dental Benefits

- Survivor Benefits

 

 

 

*Approximately 1-2 months prior to reaching age 60, you should receive a Retired Pay Account Statement (RPAS) from DFAS in London, KY.  Additionally you will receive a certificate of service and your retired list order from the U.S Army Human Resource Command (HRC) which is effective on your 60th birthday.

 

Upon reaching age 60, you and any current dependents that have ID cards will need to have new I.D. cards issued at a military installation. I.D. Card issuances are available daily at the Headquarters on Sidco Drive. The phone numbers for the I.D. Card Office is (615) 313-0854 or (615) 313-0594.

 

You may also contact TRICARE concerning health insurance by calling their toll free number, 1-877-TRICARE or by using their webpage at http://www.tricare.mil/mybenefit/.

 

If you have any questions, contact your Personnel Office at the TNARNG Joint Force Headquarters, (615) 313-0842.

 

QUESTIONS?

Contact the Joint Public Affairs Office at:  615-313-0633

 

 

CRISIS INTERVENTION

In Tennessee, if you or another Servicemember you know is in crisis, call (855) 435-7492 for assistance 24 hours a day,  7 days a week.

 

If this is a sexual assault issue, contact:

JFHQ SARC

615-347-9372

M-F 0700-1700hrs

 

Safe Helpline

(877) 995-5247

After Hours Support

FORMS

 

DD Form 2535

 

DD Form 2536

 

JPAO Work Order

 

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