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Title: Post 911 GI BILL


1
Post 9/11 GI BILL (Chapter 33) Effective 1 Aug
2009
2
Objective
  • At the end of this briefing you should
    understand
  • BASIC eligibility requirements.
  • MAXIMUM basic benefits.
  • YELLOW RIBBON PROGRAM
  • TRAINING available under Post 9/11 Montgomery
    GI Bill.
  • COMPARISON of Montgomery GI Bill benefits and
    Post 9/11.
  • PERCENTAGE of maximum payable amounts for active
    duty and reservists.
  • PROPOSED transferability rules.
  • How to obtain additional information.

3
Eligibility
  • You may be eligible if you
  • Served at least 90 aggregate days on active duty
    after September 10, 2001
  • Still on active duty or were Honorably-
  • Discharged
  • Released from active duty and placed on the
    retired list or temporary disability retired
    list or
  • Released from active duty and transferred to the
    Fleet Reserve or
  • Fleet Marine Corps Reserve, or
  • Released from active duty for further service in
    reserve component of the Armed Forces
  • Honorably discharged for a service connected
    disability and you served 30 continuous days
    after September 10, 2001

4
Eligibility
To qualify for the full benefit must be
HONORABLY discharged and have
  • Served at least 3 years of active duty after
    September 10, 2001
  • Served at least 30 continuous days and were
    discharged due to a
  • service-connected disability
  • If , on August 1, 2009, you are eligible for
  • Montgomery GI BILL (Chapter 30)
  • Montgomery GI BILL Selected Reserve or Reserve
    Educational Assistance Program (REAP) and you
    qualify for Post 9/11 GI BILL
  • You may make an IRREVOCABLE ELECTION to receive
    the Post
  • 9/11 GI BILL

5
Eligibility continued
  • Those who enlisted under the student loan
    program
  • Officers who graduated from service academies or
    received ROTC
  • Scholarships
  • NOTE Time spent satisfying the student loan
    repayment or
  • ROTC/Service active duty obligation WILL NOT
    count toward establishing eligibility.
  • IF you did not contribute to the Montgomery GI
    Bill, you may be
  • eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill if you meet
    service requirements.

6
Basic Benefits
  • Tuition paid directly to school
  • Not to exceed cost of most expensive in-state
    undergraduate tuition at public institution of
    higher
  • Paid to you
  • Monthly housing allowance to E5 with
    dependents rate, in the same zip code as school
    if going to school ¾ or more
  • Yearly books and supplies stipend NOT to exceed
    1000 per academic year
  • One-time payment of 500 paid to certain
    individuals relocating from highly rural areas
  • NOTE Housing book, supplies stipend not paid if
    using while on active duty. Housing not pay if
    pursuing training at half time or less

7
Basic Benefits
  • If the school you wish to attend has higher
    tuition and fees than the most expensive in-State
    tuition, your school may choose to participate in
    the "Yellow Ribbon" program.

8
Types of Training Comparison Chart
9
Types of Training Comparison Chart
10
Benefit Comparison Chart
11
Benefit Comparison Chart
12
Active Duty Table
13
Reservists Table
14
BASIC TRANSFERABILITY RULES
  • To Transfer Education Benefits
  • Must have 6 years of service in the Armed Forces
    on date of election
  • Must agree to serve at least 4 additional years
  • Time served for ROTC Scholarship, Service
    Academy attendance, and SLRP count towards the 6
    year transferability eligibility requirement
  • Must be on active duty or a member of the
    Selected Reserves at the
  • time of request to transfer unused benefits

Transferability
15
ARMYS PROPOSED TRANSFERABILITY RULES
  • Has at least 10 years of service in the Armed
    Forces (Active Duty and/or SELRES) on the date
    of election and either standard policy (Service
    or DoD) or statute preclude the Service member
    from committing to 4 additional years. Must
    commit to serve for the maximum amount of time
    allowed by such policy or statute.
  •  
  • Is or becomes retirement eligible during the
    period from 1 Aug 09 thru 1 Aug 13.
  •  
  • Eligible for retirement
  • On 1 Aug 09
  • After 1 Aug 09 before 1 Aug 2010
  • On or after 1 Aug 2010 before 1 Aug 2011
  • On or after 1 Aug 2011 before 1 Aug 2012
  • Approved for retirement
  • after 1 Aug 09 before 1 Jul 2010

Transferability
16
Armys Proposed Transferability Ruled Continued
  • For those individuals eligible for retirement
    after August 1, 2009, and before August 1, 2010,
    1 year of additional service is required. 
  • For those individuals eligible for retirement
    after August 1, 2010 and before August 1, 2011, 2
    years of additional service is required. 
  • For those individuals eligible for retirement
    after August 1, 2011, and before August 1, 2012,
    3 years of additional service is required.

Transferability
17
Additional information may be obtained on VA
website www.gibill.va.gov ?
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