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These are the GI Bill transfer changes you'll need to know about in 2019

from Military Times

Last year, the Pentagon changed the rules for troops who want to transfer their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to their dependents. Most notably, the new policy will end transfers for service members who have been in uniform longer than 16 years, starting in July 2019. It also immediately put an end to previous exceptions that have allowed certain service members with more than 10 years in uniform to transfer the benefit without committing to serve four more years, including those who were unable to continue serving because of mandatory retirement or high-year tenure. But more recently, Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., has introduced legislation that would scrap the DoD's recent changes all together and open GI Bill transfer to veterans who did not have dependents while on active duty. more


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