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Post-9/11 GI Bill FSS Commander Briefing

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Eligibility Benefit installments Transfer to wards Post-9/11 GI Bill and the MGIB Resources

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Eligibility All Airmen with Honorable dynamic administration since 11 Sep 01 are qualified Begins 90 days subsequent to finishing: Tech school, ROTC/Service Academy responsibility, or advance reimbursement 30 days benefit if isolated for handicap 36 months advantage to be utilized inside 15 years of leaving dynamic obligation Benefit level depends on total administration Apply at the DVA site to claim profit

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits Pays for projects accessible at a school or college Veteran's Benefit Tuition & Fees paid straightforwardly to class Maximum installment in view of most elevated undergrad educational cost & charges at an open school inside the State Monthly lodging stipend–E-5 w/wards BAH Based on school postal division Not paid for separation learning projects or participation of half time or less A yearly $1000 books & supplies stipend Prorated by rate of advantage and course stack

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits Active Duty Benefit Program educational cost & expenses paid specifically to class Top Up No lodging or book stipends Other Benefits Tutorial help - $1200 greatest One permit or accreditation exam - $2000 most extreme Rural advantage if living in certain low populace region and must go to class - $500 one-time installment Yellow Ribbon – Schools and VA may balance remaining educational cost/charges for veterans having 100% advantage

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Transfer to Dependents Available 1 Aug 09 Eligibility Qualify for Post-9/11 advantage Be on dynamic obligation on or after 1 Aug 09 Convert from Montgomery GI Bill Complete six years of administration & bring about four-year duty—with exemptions for retirement Spouse/Children are enlisted in DEERS Apply utilizing DoD's Transfer Education Benefits (TEB) site. Sending an application to the VA does not exchange benefits

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Transfer to Dependents Airmen Having an endorsed retirement date 2 Aug 09 through 30 Jun 10 have no extra administration necessity Eligible to resign (finished 20 years of administration) On or before 1 Aug 09 will cause no add'l benefit 2 Aug 09 - 31 Jul 10 will bring about 1 add'l year 1 Aug 10 - 31 Jul 11 will acquire 2 add'l years 1 Aug 11 - 31 Jul 12 will bring about 3 add'l years 1 Aug 12 and from there on 4 extra years Additional administration starts at time of use

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Transfer to Dependents Spouse's Benefit Same as Airman's status whether dynamic obligation or veteran Benefit can be utilized once the Airman achieved 6 years and chooses to exchange the advantages Expires 15 years after Airman leaves the Service Children's Benefit As a veteran paying little respect to Airman's status Benefit can be utilized once Airman serves 10 years Begins at age 18 & lapses at age 26

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Transfer to Dependents Transfer Issues Child under age 23 at time of exchange Airman Determines transferees, number of advantage months for each, and time allotment of utilization Can alter or repudiate exchange activities at whatever time Must be on dynamic obligation to include a reliant Benefit proceeds if Airman passes on Transferee applies to VA before entering school Stipends are paid to transferee

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Transfer to Dependents Transferred advantage is lost if: Airman does not finish whole responsibility Airman gets not exactly fair detachment Sponsor/transferee are both monetarily at risk if: Student comes up short or drops courses Airman does not finish whole duty

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Post-9/11 GI Bill and the MGIB Airmen having remaining MGIB advantages may choose to take an interest in the Post-9/11 GI Bill and have benefits under both Post-9/11 advantages will apply to school or college programs MGIB advantages will apply for non-Post-9/11 programs—apprenticeship/OJT, flight preparing, testing, correspondence, and preliminary courses Use all MGIB and have add'l year for Post-9/11 GI Bill Refunds of MGIB commitments Contact the Base Education Office

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Post-9/11 GI Bill Resources Base Education Center for direction and guiding - scholarly, all GI Bill, and Top Up Dept. of Veterans Affairs for data on all GI Bill programs http://www.gibill.va.gov/TEB to exchange benefits (site not yet dynamic) AFPC for exchange Q & A http://ask.afpc.af.mil BAH Rates at http://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/perdiem/bah.html

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