We’ve joined forces with the 1st Cavalry Division Association to help show pride in their mission and programs. When you join USAA, you become part of an extended, military-based family that can be passed down from generation to generation.
- Show your support for the 1st Cavalry Division Association each time you use your 1st Cavalry Division Association USAA Rewards.
- USAA Bank will makes an annual contribution to the 1st Cavalry Division Association.
- USAA benefits the Association and its scholarship program.
- USAA offers you great service, competitive interest rates and rewards points that you can redeem for your choice of gift cards, merchandise, travel discounts and other rewards.
Founded in 1922 by military officers, USAA continues to focus on serving military members, Veterans who have received a discharge type of Honorable and their eligible Family members. You may be eligible to enjoy USAA’s financial products and fine customer service.
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USAA is the Exclusive Provider of Financial Services for the 1st Cavalry Division Association
The Board of Governors of the 1st Cavalry Division Association has selected USAA as the exclusive provider of Financial Services for the 1st Cavalry Division Association and its members.
While it is voluntary for you to become a member of USAA and sign up for their services the Board endorses the products of USAA and the USAA organization as a entity.
You get access to competitive products, award-winning customer service and the convenience of banking, savings and insurance when and where you want. Best of all, USAA is free to join and you can pass the benefits of membership to your children.
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Use of the term “member” or “membership” does not convey any eligibility rights for auto and property insurance products, or legal or ownership rights in USAA. Membership eligibility and product restrictions apply and are subject to change. To be eligible for auto and property insurance, separated military personnel must have received a discharge type of Honorable. Eligible former dependents of USAA members may purchase auto or property insurance if the member obtained USAA auto or property insurance.