VA reduces SGLI insurance premiums

September 1998
Airman;Sep98, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p17
Reports on United States Veterans Affairs Department's lowering of the Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance Program premium. Rates changes; Result of program management efficiencies and continuing low fatality rates.


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