Below is a list of US transition and retirement resources.

Transition Assistance Programme
1. DoD TAP is an outcome-based programme that bolsters opportunities, services, and training for transitioning Service members in their preparation to meet post-military goals.
2. The mandatory components of TAP are applicable for all Service members who have at least 180 continuous days or more on active duty; this includes National Guard and Reserve.
3. The Marine Corps Cybersecurity has identified a fake DoDTAP website, that attempts to get PII and download malicious software on individuals PCs. Please ensure that you use only the official website.
VA Health Benefits
(Department of Veterans Affairs)
1. If you qualify for VA health care, you will receive coverage for the services you need to help you get – and stay – healthy.
2. Visit the website to learn more about your health care benefits.
Defence Finance and Accounting Service
1. Retired and Annuitant (R&A) establishes, maintains and pays military retirees and their eligible surviving spouses and other family members.
Warrior Care
(Recovery Coordination Programme, Defence Health Agency)
1. Warrior Care proactively supports wounded, ill, and injured Service members in their recovery and reintegration or transition to civilian life.
2. Programmes: The Disability Evaluation System; Recovery Coordination Programme; Military Caregiver Support; Education and Employment Initiative; Operation Warfighter; Military Adaptive Sports Programme; and National Resource Directory.
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
1. SCRA is a programme that provides certain protections in lending for servicemembers who are called to Active Duty.
Veterans Crisis Line1. The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resources that serves Veterans, service members, National Guard and Reserve members, and those who support them.
2. You do not have to be enrolled in VA benefits or health care to call.
Relocation Assistance Programme
1. Whether you are planning a move to your next installation or want to know more about your current duty station, MilitaryINSTALLATIONS, one of many free resources from Military OneSource, is the place to get answers.
2. Use it to find installation overviews, contacts for programs and services, check-in procedures and community information for installations worldwide.
(Defence Health Agency)
1. Retiring from Active Duty: You have 90 days after your retirement date to enrol in a TRICARE health plan. You may also qualify to enrol up to 12 months after retiring from active duty.
1. Separating from Active Duty: You have 90 days from your separation date to change your TRICARE health plan.