For Automobile, Property and Liability Insurance
Following is a general description of who is eligible to apply for coverages from the USAA group of property and casualty insurance companies.1 If you are in any of the following groups, you may be eligible to participate. To determine your eligibility to participate, call us at 1-800-365-USAA (8722).
- Commissioned and warrant officers in the U.S. Armed Forces2 are eligible to apply for membership while on active duty, in the Selected Reserves, or in the National Guard. Officers who have been retired or separated for two years or less may also apply for membership.
- Non-commissioned Officers3
- Non-commissioned officers in the U.S. Armed Forces are eligible to apply for membership while on active duty, in the Selected Reserves, or in the National Guard. Non-commissioned Officers who have been retired or separated for two years or less may also apply for membership. During the phased enlisted rollout, Non-commissioned officers who retire or separate between November 1, 1996 and April 1, 1999 are eligible to apply until April 1, 2001.
- Enlisted Personnel (other than NCOs -- see statement above)
- Enlisted persons while on active duty, in the Selected Reserves, or the National Guard are eligible to apply for coverages.
- NOTE TO ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL STATIONED OVERSEAS OR HOLDING PCS ORDERS TO FOREIGN LOCATIONS: Call us to obtain the latest information on availability of coverages in your assigned location.
- Officer Candidates
- Cadets/midshipmen at the U.S. service academies, in advanced ROTC or on ROTC scholarship, and officer candidates in other commissioning programs are eligible.
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- Colorado Springs
- West Point
- Selected Government Agency Employees
- Also eligible are those individuals serving in one of the following capacities: Officers in the U.S. Public Health Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Information Agency, and U.S. Foreign Service; special agents of the FBI, Secret Service, Drug Enforcement Administration, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, United States Army Criminal Investigation Command, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Defense Criminal Investigative Service; and the faculty and staff at the Merchant Marine Academy who hold commissions granted by the U.S. Maritime Administration.
- Former USAA P & C group members
- Persons who have established membership in USAA by purchasing a property and casualty product while in an eligible category may reactivate membership at anytime despite current military status.
- Former Dependents
- Grown children and stepchildren of current and former insureds of USAA are eligible to apply for coverage. Widows, widowers, and former spouses of group members are also eligible.
The USAA group of property and casualty insurance companies includes: United Services Automobile Association (USAA), USAA Casualty Insurance Company (USAA-CIC), USAA General Indemnity Company (USAA-GIC), USAA County Mutual Insurance Company (USAA-CMIC), and USAA Ltd.
USAA defines U.S. Armed Forces to mean the Active Duty, Selected Reserve, and federally recognized National Guard components of the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.
USAA defines a non-commissioned officer as an enlisted service person who has attained a pay grade of E-4 or higher and has accrued more than four years of military service.
Note: Active duty enlisted personnel holding PCS orders to any of the above European locations are also eligible.