USAA, a financial services company geared toward people in the military and their family members, has added two new credit cards to its portfolio, giving its members new ways to support people in the service.

USAA's first offering is the result of an alliance with Soldiers' Angels, an advocacy and support organization for America's men and women in uniform, veterans and their families. Soldiers' Angels has a network of hundreds of thousands of volunteers who provide aid and comfort to these military-based groups.

As part of their agreement, USAA will become the exclusive credit card provider for Soldiers' Angels. It will offer the Solders' Angels USAA Rewards World MasterCard, which will support the organization's programs. For every account that is opened or renewed, USAA will make a contribution to the group. USAA also contributes each time cardholders make an eligible purchase.

“Year after year, USAA has shown its commitment to going above and beyond for military members and veterans, and so has Soldiers’ Angels,” said Patti Patton-Bader, founder of Soldiers’ Angels, in a statement. “We are pleased to announce our relationship with USAA, and I am thrilled to welcome them to the Soldiers’ Angels family.”

“We are honored to be working with Soldiers’ Angels,” said Nathan McKinley, USAA vice president of military affinity, in a statement. “Soldiers' Angels has done a lot over the years for deployed soldiers and their families, including tens of thousands of care packages. I’m optimistic that this new program will assist in generating additional support, and USAA certainly appreciates the many contributions Soldiers' Angels makes for our country.”

USAA is offering an introductory special with this no annual fee card. Cardholders will get a 0% Introductory APR for 12 months on balance transfers and convenience checks made during the first three months the account is open. Thereafter, the interest rate will range from 10.9% to 25.9%, depending on the Prime Rate. The card's Variable Purchase APR may be as low as 10.9%.

In terms of rewards, cardholders earn one point for every dollar in purchases they make with the card, along with a one-time bonus of 2,500 points after the first purchase. Points can be redeemed for cash, gift cards or travel discounts.

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USAA's other new partnership is with RecruitMilitary, a military-to-civilian recruiting firm that helps men and women in the service transition from active duty to civilian life by connecting them with employers, franchisors and educational institutions. The firm also works with veterans who have previous civilian work experience, National Guard and reserve force members, as well as military spouses.

Under the terms of their agreement, USAA will become the exclusive provider of financial services for RecruitMilitary, meaning that the 419,000 members of that organization will have access to USAA's insurance, banking, investments, brokerage services and financial guidance. USAA will also offer a RecruitMilitary USAA Rewards World MasterCard credit card, contributing to RecruitMilitary every time an account is opened and each time a cardholder uses it for an eligible purchase. When a cardholder gets a card, RecruitMilitary will also make a donation to The Sierra Group Foundation, an organization that works to reduce unemployment among disabled military veterans.

“USAA recognizes the challenges veterans face when transitioning from uniform to the private sector,” said Nathan McKinley, USAA vice president of military affinity, in a statement. “RecruitMilitary is a leader in guiding veterans to overcome these difficulties, and we are proud to team up with them to help support their programs.”

“I am delighted that RecruitMilitary has affiliated with USAA,” said Drew Myers, president and CEO of RecruitMilitary and former captain in the U.S. Marine Corps, in a statement. “USAA has a long and excellent record of service to veterans, military members and their families. Our relationship will extend the reach of both of our organizations, enabling us to benefit those deserving men and women in more ways than ever before.”

The credit card terms for the RecruitMilitary card are similar to the Soldiers' Angels card in terms of APRs and rewards. To learn more about the card and the partnership, visit