USAA expands coverage to all vets

The insurance company and financial services firm, USAA, has opened enrollment to all veterans who have honorably served. More than 18 million veterans and 17 million of their dependents will now qualify for services through the company.

Initially the company offered membership to officers only, but in 1996, enlisted personnel were invited to the enroll with USAA.

“We believe everyone who served honorably in the armed forces should be able to manage their financial well-being with USAA, a company committed to caring more about the unique needs of the military community than any other,” said retired Army Maj. Gen. Joe Robles, USAA’s President and CEO.

This is good news to many veterans like myself who enjoyed competitive car insurance rates through USAA while on active-duty in the Marine Corps.