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DoD announces more post-9/11 GI bill benefits
Friday - 8/12/2011, 10:37am EDT
Defense.gov reports that even programs at schools that don't grant degrees are also eligible for GI Bill funds, including flight training, correspondence courses and apprenticeships.
The GI Bill will also offer a housing allowance for students who are enrolled in distance learning, but aren't on active duty. So far, more than 537,000 students have received more than $11.5 billion in GI benefits.
This story is part of Federal News Radio's daily DoD Report. For more defense news, click here.