The initial and interactive online survivor benefits reports assist survivors in determining the financial benefits they should be receiving, as well as project future benefits. The casualty assistance officer should provide the initial OSBR shortly after a service member’s death. This report is available online for six months for eligible survivors to access.
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How this benefit helps
The OSBRs assist survivors in determining the financial benefits they should be receiving, as well as project future benefits. This consolidates survivor benefits into one area.
Knowing your benefits can ensure you receive what you have earned
There are many benefits available to service members, veterans and their families. By knowing what these benefits are, you can find out if you qualify for them.
How to access this benefit
To gain access to the initial OSBR, surviving family members must provide their email address to the OSBR Family Assistance Support Team. Once they provide their email address to FAST, users will need to visit their individual service branch websites and enter the email address they provided to FAST to request access to their reports. To receive assistance with accessing reports, users can contact the FAST by phone at 877-827-2471 or email at MFOSBR@magellanfederal.com.
To view personal reports, users can select the appropriate branch of service below, and enter the email address they provided to FAST, then follow the instructions for the initial OSBR on the site: