Today I guess is my first official day as a military wife, my husband left yesterday for Basic Training for the Air Force, and my head is completely spinning! I'm still waiting for that first official phone call, so I didn't sleep hardly at all last night, I'm terrified that my phone will ring and I won't hear it. Right now I'll take any advice I can get! I have to try to go to MacDill AFB this week so I can get my military ID and get my insurance switched to TriCare, any recommendations for what plan to get? My husband doesn't go to the doctor for anything, but I've had really severe endometriosis, so I visit my OB/GYN quite often, I've had to have multiple surgeries and expensive medications, I just don't want to get the wrong coverage and end up paying a ton out of pocket, plus our son (he's due February 10th) has a good chance of having a rare blood disorder that will require not only a hematologist but he'll also need surgery in couple of years. I've always had excellent coverage through blue cross blue shield and I'm just not sure what to expect from TriCare. Any tips or advice would be amazing and greatly appreciated! I wish everyone the best of luck and Happy Holidays!