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We've Been Listening

You've asked us to make changes, and we're listening because we want to provide you with the easiest possible access to the best possible customer service.

Read more: Gets a New Look Notice something different? was re-designed with you in mind!

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DFAS is on Facebook

Did you know that DFAS has a Facebook page? We are reaching out to our six million payroll customers, Department of Defense vendors and other interested groups.

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We're Making Our Online Forms Easier

Look for enhancements to some of our most commonly used forms starting in early June.

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Don't Like Waiting on the Phone?

While our customer care representatives are always happy to take your calls, there are a few other convenient ways to get in touch with DFAS Retired and Annuitant (R&A) Pay.

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myPay Changes Enhance Ease of Use

myPay, the DFAS online account management system for military members and retirees, recently made changes based on your suggestions.

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Moving? Divorced? Getting married? DFAS Needs to Know.

In order to receive your pay and other benefits on time every time, it's important to update your retired pay account information to ensure that it is current.

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Need to Change or Stop an Allotment?

You can manage your allotments to banks and other financial institutions using myPay.

Most other voluntary allotments, like bills, insurance premiums and mortgage payments, can be started, stopped or changed by mail or fax.

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Retirees: Do You Know Who Your AOP Beneficiary Is?

Neglecting to prepare for the future properly can cause financial hardships for the people we care about most. Make sure you've designated a beneficiary for your final prorated paycheck.

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New Agent Orange Disability Claims

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is in the process of distributing disability benefits to Vietnam Veterans who qualify for compensation under recently liberalized rules for Agent Orange exposure. Many retired military members who did not previously qualify for Combat-Related Special Compensation (CRSC) or Concurrent Retirement and Disability Pay (CRDP) may now be eligible.

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Combat-Related Special Compensation Benefits

If you are a disabled retiree receiving money from the VA, you may be eligible for CRSC.

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Donations help military, families worldwide

Retired service members can continue to donate to the same military aid organizations they contributed to while on active duty.

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New Leadership for Retired and Annuitant Pay DFAS welcomes two new leaders to R&A Pay. Former Army LTC Tom McKenna and Air Force Reserves Col. Ralph Lunt joined DFAS R&A Pay in April.

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