Sailors and Marines could soon be eligible for real-world college credit for the classroom time they put in career training.
The NCPACE-IL program, taught in classrooms onboard ships at sea, is ending.
Postponement means troops with more than 16 years of service have six more months to start the process.
Fake websites lured recruits in, only to try to divert them to enroll in for-profit schools.
Troops with 16 years of service will no longer be permitted to transfer Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to a spouse or child.
Some of the newly announced Post-9/11 GI Bill changes have immediate effect, Pentagon officials said this week.
Service members who cannot extend their service contracts are now unable to transfer their post-9/11 GI Bill.
The delayed launch is coming next month despite glitches on housing allowances.
The Yellow Ribbon program can help veterans afford tuition at top, private universities.
Several programs can help ease the burdens associated with academic pursuits while being deployed.
The Army began creating this new approach to the beginning of BCT during the spring.
The Marine Corps marksmanship community drafted the new ARQ course of fire in October 2018.
A veteran of the Marine Corps and Army National Guard, he went through boot camp more than four decades ago.
The latest meeting of the Army Uniform Board resulted in a number of recommendations for clothing bag additions.
The lawmakers visited Spc. Vanessa Guillen's former barracks room as well as the location where she died.