MOAA has long fought to end the unjust offset faced by medically retired servicemembers who lose a dollar of retirement pay for every dollar collected in VA disability pay.
This page offers resources and guidance for Chapter 61 retirees and their families, including those with combat-related injuries.
It also offers the latest updates on MOAA's efforts to secure concurrent receipt for all of these retirees, and how you can help support the cause.
Watch this MOAA webinar recording for more details on what can be a confusing system.
Legislation bearing his name will be reintroduced to help thousands of Chapter 61 retirees.
Star died in 2021 after battling cancer linked to burn pit exposure. He fought to expand benefits for fellow combat-injured retirees.
MOAA’s work to expand concurrent receipt to more than 50,000 combat-injured veterans moves on, but we still need your help.
Check our list and please send a message today in support of The Richard Star Act.
ACT NOW: Ask your House member to support a critical amendment benefitting combat-injured veterans.
Don’t let Congress lose focus on these veterans. Ask your legislators to support the Major Richard Star Act.
Meet Col. Ken Nance, USA (Ret), and learn how you can help secure concurrent receipt for tens of thousands of veterans.