The following guide will help you cut through the confusion and access the benefits you deserve.
The following is a summary of the Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty program.
The Montgomery GI Bill helps service members and veterans meet their education and training costs with monthly payments.
The following will offer answers to the most frequently asked questions about the GI Bill.
The Montgomery GI Bill can be hard to understand - cut through the confusion and access the benefits you deserve.
If you are planning to use your GI Bill benefits, there are 5 facts you must know to help make the process easier.
Each year in October the GI Bill payment rates for Selected Reserve are adjusted to meet the cost of education.
Selected Reserve GI Bill Payment Rates for institutional training and on-the-job training are updated every year.
The Guard offers several education assistance programs including tuition assistance, the GI Bill, and more.
The Yellow Ribbon program is designed to help students avoid up to 100% of their out-of-pocket tuition costs
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