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Soldiers on Education, Military Benefits and Life after the Army

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While soldiers join the military for a variety of reasons, it’s common for notable military and education benefits to be among them. Today’s Army servicemembers can not only earn a college degree using benefits like the Montgomery GI Bill, but can study while they serve, thanks to the rise of online education. Just think—you can study whenever you can, wherever you’re stationed. What’s more, pursuing civilian education can earn you up to 100 Promotion Points, advancing your Army career while preparing you for a great job after the military. However you slice it, these benefits are worth considering.

Learn more about online degrees, studying while you serve and using your education benefits from fellow soldiers who have already taken the plunge!  Know what to expect, and how to make the most of it.
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An Internet Connection Can Turn a War Zone into a Classroom
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