MRGRG is an acronym for Military Retiree Grass Roots Group. The MRGRG is a group of military retirees, eligible dependents, Widows, and Widowers, that started out with a common goal of regaining the medical care and other benefits that was promised to us while we were on active duty to be effective after our retirement. Now we are trying to hold onto the medical care we were able to salvage from what we were promised.
We influence, support, and communicate with each other via the Internet (e-mail and web pages), but each individual is responsible for his/her own actions. If you have taken any action(s) via e-mails, letters, Faxes, phone calls, etc., to influence the Congress in reference to our common goal then you are a participant in the MRGRG. Currently we are working to retain Tricare, Medicare, and the Tricare for Life (TFL) Medicare supplement, which is a small part of the medical care we were able to salvage from the medical care we were promised for 20 or more years of service to our country.
For more MRGRG information see http://MRGRG-MS.org/
or e-mail email@example.com
"MRGRG-MS" is the name of a Yahoo e-mail list that is used to distribute [primarily] military retiree medical care broken promise issue related information, but will sometimes be used to distribute other information.
To join the MRGRG-MS e-mail list send an e-mail to MRGRG-MSfirstname.lastname@example.org
. You will get an e-mail from Yahoo. Just return the e-mail and you are in.
MRGRG-MS is not a Discussion Group. To join a MRGRG Discussion Group look at: MRGRG-MS-TALK