The Retiree Activities Office (RAO) acts as an interface between the active duty and retired communities. It keep retirees and their loved ones informed on matters related to their military status. It provides important information and vital services on issues regarding TRICARE, military ID cards, Survivor benefits, Death Reporting and much more.
The RAO also maintains a list of phone numbers, websites and e-mail addresses to assist retirees in their military affiliated endeavors.
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The Patient's Role in Patient Care
When it comes to health care, many perceive doctors as having the final word when it comes to managing their patients' care. Although doctors and other health professionals play a major role, each individual is ultimately responsible for getting the care they need.
Fairchild AFB RAO sponsors an annual Retiree Appreciation Day. The usual activities include a Health Fair including flu shots (when available), information tables with representatives from veterans service organizations, government agencies such as the Social Security Administration, TRICARE, the Exchange and the Base Medical Clinic. The program also includes a series of speakers presenting topics of interest to the military retirees.
The next RAD will be held Sept. 5, 2014, at the Red Morgan Event Center (formerly the Fairchild Club). Registration will start at 8 a.m. with the program starting at 9 a.m.