For more information on the Active Duty G. I. Bill, see The Active Duty Montgomery G. I. Bill. Reserve/Guard Montgomery G. I. Bill Basically, it`s the same as the Active Duty Montgomery G. I. Bill, with a few exceptions: your military salary is not reduced for this program. However, their monetary benefits are not as generous as the Active Duty program.
Education benefits for Montgomery Guard/Reserve G. I. Bill are worth a total of $10,692. You must register for a period of six years or more. You can take advantage of the benefits immediately after the bootcamp and the “AIT/Tech School/A School,” but the benefits expire if you don`t use the entire duration of the deposit contract. Benefits expire 14 years after the date you are eligible for the program (even if you do not separate). For more information on the Montgomery G. I. Bill Reserve, see The Guard/Reserve Montgomery G. I. Bill.
Active Assistance All services provide 100% assistance to students for active courses. But there are restrictions. All services limit TA to 4,500 USD per year per person. In addition, there are limits for the amount of TA per semester hour available. It`s often a good idea to bring a parent or relative (or better yet, someone who served in the military) for your first visit. A standard military summons contract often requires four years of active service and four years of inactive reserve service. A typical contract, to enter directly into the reserves or into the National Guard, often requires eight years of inactive service. In addition, each military branch offers a wide range of contracts and deposit options. The best known of all recruiters is the sign-up bonus.
Entrance bonuses are used to convince applicants to enrol in jobs that the service really needs. However, the incentives and rights that are available to all will not and should not be included in the treaty. That is because the military is already entitled to it by law. For example, medical care, base salary and Montgomery G.I. Bill are not included in the contract, as these benefits are available to all members of the military. No matter what your agent promised you, if it is not stipulated in writing in the summons contract or in an annex to the contract, it is not applicable. Therefore, if things such as a sign-up bonus or special military schools or training (such as the Army Airborne School or language training at the Defense Language Institute) have been promised to you, they must be in the final registration contract you sign. After all, all application contracts are the lowest: all services offer an advanced nerical enrollment rank for recruits with a certain number of college credits or to participate in other programs, such as Junior ROTC in high school. So make sure you know what you`re signing up for at the recruiter`s office. Make sure you understand all the commitments that are binding on you and the military before you declare and send.
The length of service often receives the most attention in a summons contract – and for good reason.