Our Mission to Educate

From survivor benefits to veteran services, we’ve got your six


Navy Mutual is here to assist servicemembers and their families in securing the federal benefits to which they may be legally entitled, as well as to educate servicemembers and their families on matters of financial security.

As part of our mission, our Education team provides briefs to active duty service members, veterans, and their families on matters of financial literacy at no cost and with no obligation. Each year, we reach more than 28,000 uniformed personnel, veterans, and their families, tailoring presentations to each audience’s needs and background.

Our highly trained and certified experts discuss topics ranging from the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) and the Thrift Savings Plan to casualty assistance, savings, estate planning, and more. Presentations are available upon request.

Survivor Benefits Education Center


As a member of the military community, you have access to a team of advocates whose mission is to help you understand and receive the military survivor benefits to which you are entitled. Follow the links below to learn more:

The Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP)

SGLI and other Group Life Insurance

Survivor Benefits Tools

Veteran Services


As the nation’s oldest congressionally chartered Veterans Service Organization (VSO), Navy Mutual offers a range of veteran services to beneficiaries, Members, eligible survivors, and veterans.

Navy Mutual Aid Association’s Department of Education and Veteran Services does not endorse or favor any commercial financial product or service or promote the services of any specific financial institution. Further, Navy Mutual Aid Association and its accredited VSO Representatives do not charge or accept a fee or gratuity for representation services rendered to claimants before the Department of Veterans Affairs. 38 C.F.R. §14.628.