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Need a retirement calculation? Contact your servicing Benefits Specialist if you are within 3 years of retirement eligibility or if you have questions about creditable service for retirement, including deposit, redeposit, or post-1956 military service deposits.
Have you performed active duty military service after 1956? See information about service credit for retirement.