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General GI Bill Information

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The term GI Bill refers to any Department of Veterans Affairs education benefit earned by members of Active Duty, Selected Reserve and National Guard Armed Forces and their families. The benefit is designed to help servicemembers and eligible veterans cover the costs associated with getting an education or training. The GI Bill has several programs and each is administrated differently -- depending on a person's eligibility and duty status.

GI Bill Programs

For a description of each GI Bill program, including eligibility requirements, and payment amounts please select from this list of currently active major GI Bill programs:

The following programs are available to survivors of servicemembers who die in the line of duty or dependents of totally disabled veterans:

Training Available With Your GI Bill

There are several types of training you can use your GI Bill benefits for.

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GI Bill

Read about the numerous GI Bill programs and learn how the Post-9/11 GI Bill, Montgomery GI Bill, REAP and MGIB-SR can help you reach your education goals.

General GI Bill Information

The term GI Bill refers to any Department of Veterans Affairs education benefit earned by members of Active Duty, Selected Reserve and National Guard Armed Forces and their families.

Post-9/11 GI Bill

The Post-9/11 GI Bill provides education benefits for those who have served on active duty for 90 or more days after Sept. 10, 2001. See how it works.

Montgomery GI Bill - Active Duty

The Montgomery GI Bill helps service members and veterans meet their education and training costs with monthly benefit payments. See if you are eligible.

Vocational Rehabilitation

The Vocational Rehabilitation program can help veterans with service-connected disabilities find and keep suitable employment. Get the details.