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- Comparison of Old Montgomery and Post 9/11 G.I. Bill
Since the first version of the G.I. Bill was signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1944, active service members and veterans have had the opportunity to make their dreams of higher education a reality.
- The Montgomery GI Bill
The Federal Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) program provides up to 36 months of education benefits.
- What You Need to Know About the GI Bill
After you leave the service you have 10 years to use your GI Bill — or lose it.
- Understanding Your VA Loan: Separating Fact from Fiction
A VA Home Loan allows qualified buyers the opportunity to purchase a home with no down payment.
- National Guard GI Bill User's Guide
GI Bill benefits are available for National Guard servicemembers to help with education and training costs.
- Looking for Benefits After the Service?
Health care for Veterans, such as the one offered by the Veterans Administration (VA), ensures that you maintain your health care benefits for you and your family.
- Veteran's Benefits
You may be eligible for certain benefits based on your military service. The following is a summary of veteran's benefits and what you need to know about them.
- Veterans Employment, Education, and Training Programs
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Department of Labor (DoL) and the Department of Education (DoE) all administer a number of employment, education, and training programs for veterans.
- What is a VA-guaranteed Home Loan?
A VA-guaranteed loan is a loan made by private lenders (such as banks, savings & loans, or mortgage companies) to eligible veterans.
- My HealtheVet Program
My HealtheVet (MHV) is the gateway to veteran health benefits and services.
- Veteran GI Bill User's Guide
The Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30) was created to help veterans of active duty military service pay for their education and training. The guide will teach you how to make the most of this education benefit.
- GI Bill Eligibility Details
Individuals who serve a continuous period of at least three years of active duty, even though they were initially obligated to serve less, will be paid the maximum GI Bill benefit.
- Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E)
Specialized Employment Services, Voc-Rehab (VR&E) Entitlement Evaluation, Employment Handicap,Serious Employment Handicap (SEH)
- Reserve Education Assistance Program (REAP)
REAP was signed into law on October 28, 2004 to provide over $28,000 of GI Bill benefits for Activated Reservists.