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    ARNG edu Benefits for Spouses

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    Does anyone have any info?
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    What is ARNG?!?
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    ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
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    i'm not sure what you are asking. There are no real education benefits for any of the services spouses. aside from getting instate tuition, or certain scholarships. what specific benefits are you asking about?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsyester View Post
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    Oh

    Well there are some benefits, depending on where you live, but for AD spouses.....
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    I heard about a new pilot program where active duty army is able to transfer part of their GI Bill to their spouse...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsyester View Post
    I heard about a new pilot program where active duty army is able to transfer part of their GI Bill to their spouse...
    they have to have a certain MOS and be in more then 4 or 6 years ( i can't remember) and re-enlist.( for a certain amount of time)
    that is if it is still running


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    You can find more info about that pilot program in the the stickies here;
    http://militarysos.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=33

    I am unsure though of how they work for the NG.

    You can use the search engine I mentioned there too, because I know there are grants/scholarships for NG dependents that you can apply for.

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