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Military Benefits are a small reward for the brave men and women who volunteer to serve our include everything
from Housing allowance for active duty service men and women to educational benefits for military souses under
the 9/11 GI Bill. Different members of the military expires 10 years from the date of your ETS (can be extended
with a few waivers if you qualify) so it is very important for all Military Personnel to be familiar with all the benefits
that they are entitled to and take advantage of them before they are no longer available. In this page you will find
the most up to date information and frequently asked questions about your military benefits.

Federal Benefits by Category
Benefits organized by Category. Click on a Category to view the list of benefits in that Category.
Retirement changes
Collecting a Debt From Military Members  --  Child Support Payments -- Spouse Protection Act  --  Jobs for Veterans

2015 Military Pay                    Education                   Health Care & Life Insurance                 Casualty / Survivor

Transition & Retirement     Veterans Affairs (VA)        Tricare Urgent Care       Blended Military Retirement     TSP Update                        

Soldier Services             Use or Lose Leave            Renters Insurance             Deserter Pay                              Mypay
1. DA 4856                                  6. Counseling
2. DA Form 31                            7. DA 4187
3. Disrespect Counseling        8. Military Law
4. APFT Calculator                    9. Leader's Book
5. Memorandum for record      10. FM 6-22
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Post 9/11 G.I. Bill for family members of military personnel
Service members wanting to transfer their Post-9/11
G.I. Bill benefits to dependent children must do so
before they retire and their children will need to be
full-time college students enrolled in the Defense
Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System by age 21.
More about the 9/11 G.I. Bill >       GI Bill Changes

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