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The primary purpose of the Montgomery GI Bill was to provide opportunities and economic help to veterans. This included sending them to college.

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Q: What was the purpose of the Montgomery GI Bill?
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Can spouses use the Montgomery GI bill?

spouses can use the gi bill starting aug 2009

What are the benefits of Montgomery Gi Bill?

"There are quite a few benefits of the Montgomery GI Bill. In the past the bill would only cover higher education expenses. However, this bill covers on-the-job training, apprenticeships, and non-college degree programs."

Does the 2009 GI BILL cover optometry school?

The 2009 updates to the Montgomery GI Bill seem to apply only to online degrees. It is an addition to the existing benefits, an extension as it were.The Montgomery GI Bill is available for all accredited degree programs with recognized institutions of higher learning and trade schools.

Is there a way for those in the military to obtain a Montgomery GI Bill online when they are in another country?

"Yes, you can obtain the Montgomery GI Bill from another country. You have to present all of the qualifying information and if you are accepted, you will have no problem using it in another country."

Benefits of the gi bill?

There are many benefits of the GI Bill. Of note is that an enlisted or veteran is eligable for up to $50k in benefits for college - books and tuition! Montgomery GI Bill Benefits | Soldier to College Student in 4 Steps Read more:

What jobs can you get that the Montgomery gi bill will pay?

The GI bill won't pay for jobs or for any benifits. It's so that servicmen in the US get extra money for college.

How long do you have to use a gi bill?

On the old Montgomery GI Bill, the limit is 10 years after your last day in service. On the new Post 9/11 GI Bill, the limit is 15 years. You can request to change from the Montgomery to the Post 9/11 GI Bill, and the limit will change to 15 years. There are advantages to both systems however, depending on your situation. Don't change over blindly, do your homework. I read up on it a bit, and decided to stick with the old Montgomery system. The Post 9/11 GI Bill provides BAH to students attending full time, but your classes have to be on campus, not on-line. There's a catch to everything.

How much do gi techs make?

If you mean a Gastroenterologist, around $200,000 a year. If you mean a GI in the military, the Montgomery GI Bill program offers $1,321 after working full-time for 3 years.

How many years of active duty service must you have completed to begin in-service use of the Montgomery GI Bill?

2 years active service completed

Can you get a business loan on the GI Bill?

No, the GI Bill funds your education.

Who created the GI Bill of Rights?

Franklin D. Roosevelt created the GI Bill.