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barbara a mccray
23 Jun 2011, 15:42
my father was a world war veteran and i'm not sure of the exact amount i
used of my fathers gi benefits when i atended college in 1986 and i was
wondering could my son use the rest to attend college since is his
biological grandson and if so how would he go about applying for the money
do we go to the veterans administration here or apply online please help
asap email at firstname.lastname@example.org
16 Jun 2011, 20:46
My Father is a Vet of WWII (Navy) and a retired Senior M/sgt of the Air
Force (1979) 35 years of service. He never used his GI bill. Is it
possible for myself and or even my son his biological Grandson) to be able
to use his GI Bill for either my Masters or my son's current College? My
Dad is still alive if that makes a difference.
01 Dec 2010, 05:38
My husband is a WWII and Korean War veteran. Are his GI Bill educational
benefits still available or is there a lapse time for use? He is 81 and I
am 61 and have returned to college. If there is anything available from the
government to help me with my educational finances (which have become
overwhelming) please email me any information. Thank you for reading this
20 Oct 2010, 08:47
I served in the army for twenty four and a half years and was on active
duty for two. I am now retired and i was wondering if i could transfer my
GI bill to my daughter (who is 18 years old and currently a senior in high
school )so she could use it to go to college, since i never used it and if
so how does one go about doing that?
02 Oct 2010, 17:57
P.S. He retired from the Army in 1996
02 Oct 2010, 17:55
My daughter is 17 graduates this year, her father died Oct 2007, his
education benefit he never used all of it only a small portion can it be
transferred to his children to use? I was told it had to be transferred and
it had a 10yr window. He cancelled the SSI because we had insurance with
the companies we worked for back then and when he passed he had no life
insurance leaving nothing. I hope VA can help in assisting with the college
benefit that was never used by their dad.
24 Aug 2010, 19:27
my father has been in the navy for 24 yrs and is currently still in. i am
21 and want to use his G.I. bill to go to college. will i be able to even
thow im 21?
19 Aug 2010, 09:59
My ex-husband served 20 years, and died in 2005 active duty, we have two
kids, 17 and 13, can they apply for GI BIll benefits?
17 Aug 2010, 10:22
I am active duty with 18 1/2 years. My daughter is 24 and can't be put in
DEERS. How can I transfer GI Bill benefits to her?
05 Aug 2010, 10:19
I was in the reserve from Feb 1970 until Feb 1995. Is there anything I can
transfer to my children for school?
Donald Ray Trull
05 Aug 2010, 09:48
entered Navy 1973
did reserve time
went to community college 24 months
back into Navy 1979
retired Navy 1997
Can I transfer any of the remanding GI Bill to my daughters, ages 27/24?
thanks for reading
23 Jul 2010, 11:02
I am retired Army and was wondering can my daughter use my GI Bill for
College? I have never used it. If so, how do we go about it. If not, are
there any other options. Thanks for your response.
06 Jul 2010, 14:07
My ex-wife retired as a naval officer in 2008. Can she transfer her post
9/11 GI Bill to our daughter?
03 Jul 2010, 10:06
I served in Vietnam in 1968-1969 and was wounded. I did not take advantage
of the GI Bill at that time. Can those benefits be used for my son who is
starting college this fall?
14 Jun 2010, 15:49
Retired with 25 years of National Guard in 02/1995. Can I transfer any
benefits to my daughters age 18 and 16.
11 Jun 2010, 07:06
Yes, there is a new program that is called the Gunny Fry Scholarship
program through the VA. She would be able to go to school under the Post
9/11 GI Bill at 100% tuition Covered. For Information on this benefit, go
Any other questions can be directed to the VA at 1-888-4424551
05 Jun 2010, 21:27
my daughters friend's father died last year. He was killed in a car
accident. His child just graduated from high school. Father was in the
air guard. Does the child qualify for any assistance for college
30 May 2010, 13:38
we have a daughter who wanting to college next year.my husband retire in
2001 after 27 years of service...........can our daughter get help from the
25 May 2010, 09:03
My husband was active duty for the army national guard during Operation
Enduring Freedom and deployed to Germany from Jan 2002 to late July 2002.
He has over his 180 days of active duty required for his veterans status.
He got out of the military in 2003 can he transfer his GI Bill to me since
I am going to college?
24 May 2010, 23:25
my dad just died and he was a vietnam vet. my uncle has power of attorney.
i wanted to know am i entitled to any benefits.
20 May 2010, 15:55
My dad is in the navy active duty, when I go to college in 2012 am i
entitled to any of his GI benefits for college? He hadnt used any of it.
26 Apr 2010, 21:01
I served in the US Coast Guard from July 2003 and retired as a chief in
August 2003. Am I eligible for this GI bill and if so can I transfer to my
two kids? What steps do I take if this is possible?
20 Apr 2010, 14:26
i need a copy of the doccument saying that it was transfer
19 Apr 2010, 10:05
my husband served in the army for four years and has a honarable
discharge..is my daughter who is a senior in high school this year entitled
to use his g i bill money for college if it was not used by him and if so
what do we need to do in order for her to recieve it
12 Apr 2010, 19:06
My Dad retired in 1978 when I was born. He served in the Navy. I'm 31,
already have a degree but want to go back to school. Is it possible for me
to use his unused g.i. bill funds? I've just been told that I don't get a
gov. grant because I already have a degree, and years ago I couldn't get a
grant because I was too young and didn't have kids!!!! This may be my last
option to pay for school. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank
you so much! email@example.com
11 Apr 2010, 07:30
I have the GI Bill. I got out of the Army in 1999. I will never use the GI
Bill . Can I transfer it to my son that is a high school senior this year?
02 Apr 2010, 17:02
My father retired as a LT Colonel for the army sometime in the 1990's and I
am 26 now, is he able to transfer and GI money to me and if so how do we do
this for school? Please contact me asap
26 Feb 2010, 17:44
My father was killed in WWII. I never received any benefits for college.
Now my adult son would like to go. Can he receive these benefits? I know
it's been a long time, but I'd like to get "something" for the suffering of
not having a father.
24 Feb 2010, 07:42
I am Active Duty Air Force and I am trying to find out some information for
my dad who was in the Navy for 8 years ending arround 1989. He has never
used his GI bill and wants to transfer it to my brother to use. Is this
17 Feb 2010, 21:15
My daughter attends university of pheonix. Is it possible for her to get
any financial aid from my GI bill. I retired from the military after
serving 30 years in the Air Force. Could you send me any information about
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
17 Feb 2010, 15:07
My girlfriends dad is retired from the marines. Her parents said that she
has to go to school full time for her to get benefits is that true?
17 Feb 2010, 14:57
I am 16 years old and i will be attending college in fall of 2011. My
Father served in the Navy since he was 17 and left with an honorable
discharge in 1994. From a previous message i saw that the GI Bill expires
after 15 years.. So are there any exceptions? Is there anyone i can contact
to find out more information about the GI BIll?
17 Feb 2010, 14:51
I am soon to be attending college and my father has served in the navy for
more than ten years and never attended college. I saw in a previous message
that the GI bill expires after 15 years ... is there an exception because
my father left the navy with honorable discharge in 1994 and I will attend
college in 2011? Is there anyone i can specifically talk to to find out?
16 Feb 2010, 17:17
Can my daughter use my father's GI bill for college if he did not and
neither did I?
16 Feb 2010, 13:29
I retired from the Army with 27 years in 1993. Does my 17 yo daughter have
any college benefits from my service ?
11 Feb 2010, 10:55
Served in the USMC 1988-1992, honorable discharge. Never used my GI Bill
and my daughter graduates this year and is going to collage, can my unused
GI Bill be transfered to her. Thanks, Steve
10 Feb 2010, 07:16
My husband retired in 1995 afte 20 years of service and never used his GI
Bill. Is it still active and can it be transferred to me? I would like to
go to college and it would really help.
08 Feb 2010, 09:05
Can I transfer education benefits to a grand child?
05 Feb 2010, 06:35
I been married to a retired servicemen of the military for almost 6 yrs and
we have 4 yrs old. We are now separated though were still married. His in
the US while me and his son lives here in the Philippines and never been to
US. He applied additional benefits on his pension for me and his son but it
goes on his pension. We didn't get any from it though he supports but I
think its not enough. I wonder if how the benefits that intended for me and
his son goes directly on us and not on him. Hope someone who could help me
out with this. Thanks.
20 Jan 2010, 13:22
my sons father was in the army reservve from 1988-1994 when he was killed
in a car accident. My son will be graduating in May 2010. is there any way
he can go to college off of his fathers GI Bill?
20 Jan 2010, 11:31
My husband spent 20 years in the Marine Corps and participated in both
wars. He retired 2 years ago and only used a very small amoount of his GI
Bill.. Can I use it as well?
14 Jan 2010, 10:51
My twin daughters are high school seniors going to a university in the fall
2010. Their father is retired Army sometime during the period 1996-1999.
Both girls have military dependent ID cards (both are in DEERS.) Do they
qualify for any VA educational benefits? I have heard about the post 911
benefits but what about those prior to 911? We do not have access to his
12 Jan 2010, 07:25
I served 7 years in the army reserves and didnt use my gi bill can my
daughter use it?
11 Jan 2010, 11:33
We have 3 children that are wanting to go to college. 1 needs to enter now
and the other 1 graduates this year. The last 1 does not graduate till
2016. How do we go about splitting this up for them to use. Where do you
get the paperwork? Also, If a stepfather and father have GI Bills, can the
children use both of them?
04 Jan 2010, 14:01
My fiancee's father served in the military. I was wondering does she
receive benefits for college? He is deceased but he served 8 years. Is
her college tuition paid for? If so, how do I go about seeking the proper
information to help her?
30 Dec 2009, 09:49
I am a 40 percent disable vet with 6 years in Marines with a honorable
discharge that never used his GI Bill. I got out March of 1995, is there
anything I can do to get beneifits for my kids?
29 Dec 2009, 10:19
I am the spouse of a Veteran. My husand served 12 years active duty before
transferring to the Air National Guard where he continued to servce
1985-2003 traditional Guard. Is his GI benefits available for my
27 Dec 2009, 12:16
My husband served from 1976 to 2004 and feel under the old MGI Bill. Now
retired, can he transfer his MGI Bill to me, his spouse, so that I may use
it? And if so, what paperwork or who do we contact in order to complete
the paperwork process in order to proceed with the process. We are located
20 Dec 2009, 07:11
To Whom It May Concern:
I elected to transfer my Mongtomery GI Bill to Post 9/11 to one of my
dependent and I have a question. The transfer was submitted about 3 weeks
ago and approved, I currently have 18 yrs in and planning on dropping my
Retirment in Oct 2010, if approved I will be retiring in Oct 2011. Do I
have to do additional yrs to transfer this benefit over or would I have
meet the qualifications to transfer this over to my son who is due to
attend college in the Winter term of 2010.
14 Dec 2009, 11:27
Hello, My name is Kayla Sell and my father was in the military for over 15
years. He got very sick and had to have an honorable discharge. I believe
he hadn't used his GI Bill. What could I do to find out if I could get it,
as I am in college and it would help out a lot! Thanks for your time
08 Dec 2009, 17:50
I like to know if I have any GI bill to transfer to my daughter.
I am a 70% disable vet
06 Dec 2009, 18:57
My husband has served in the Navy for 5 years. He has used some of his GI
bill. However, I have been married to him for goin gon 5 years now and
will return to school when he is finished. Is there any way for me to use
some of his GI bill after he is finished?
Jacqueline H. Shuler
04 Dec 2009, 15:47
My husband retired in 1998. Is there any assistance for our son who will
graduate high school in May 2010. He would like to go to a Tech school for
a year and then to a four year instate University. Please help with any
suggestions you may have.
23 Nov 2009, 10:06
Do i have to be retired in order to transfer G.I. Bill to my child
Daniel C. Dykes
20 Nov 2009, 12:37
I retired 1 May 2007 after 24 years of service. I never used the GI Bill,
am I qualified to transfer my GI Bill to my daughter who will be graduating
in May of 2010.
20 Nov 2009, 10:58
My husband spent 4 years in the Navy during the Gulf War. He got out in
late 1993. He did not use his GI Bill. Would it be possible for our kids to
use it to go to college? Thanks,
17 Nov 2009, 23:22
I've served 24 years as an active soldier in U.S. Army.
My retirement date was 30 Nov 2004.
Can i transfer my GI Bill to my son?
I never used it.
17 Nov 2009, 12:08
my dad was in the army ,many years ago he thinks i still am able to get his
GI bill as well as my children so that we can go to collegde is this true
he was in nam around 67
10 Nov 2009, 15:37
My father was in the military(marines) and he passed away when I was 6
months old. I'm 17 yr old now and would like to know if I am eligible for
the G I bill benefits?
09 Nov 2009, 18:52
my brother is currently in the us national guard and will be deployed soon
can he use his gi bill to help me through college
07 Nov 2009, 20:35
My ex-husband was active duty Air Force for 20 years and retired in 2001,
at which time he became a Civil Service employee. Unfortunately he passed
away from cancer in 2007. He never used is GI Benefits, our daughter
graduates from high school in 2010 and would like to go to nursing school
is she eligible to receive his GI Benefit to help her in attending school?
21 Oct 2009, 21:04
I am a veteran of the us army and am disabled. I would like to transfer my
gibill benefits to my oldest daughter who graduates June 2010. I
receivedthe application for family member to use tranferred benefits but
have questions on some parts of the application. Due to the high call
volume I cannot get anyone on the phone to help me with some of the
questions and I would also like to know if she can go to a instate college
such as James Madison University in Harrisonburg Virginia or if it has to
be a college of your choice. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Robert L Abrom
13 Oct 2009, 01:20
I am a Vietnam vereran who never used any if my GI bill benefits, I would
like to know if I can transfer benefits to my 33 year old daughter who is
working on her masters.
09 Oct 2009, 07:52
I am a military spouse, my husband retired Sept. 2005, after 20 years in
the Navy. He never used his GI Bill, Can I used his GI Bill under the new
GI Bill plan.
09 Oct 2009, 07:30
I am a military spouse, my husband retired October 2005, after 20 years in
the Navy. He never used his GI Bill and he contribute to the GI bill, Can I
used his GI Bill under the new GI Bill plan.
08 Oct 2009, 19:18
My father was in teh US marine corp from 1976 to 1980 and then went into
the National Guard. I went to college in 2005 and when I applied for aid
all of his records were somehow blocked. We recently learned tehy were
unblocked. I graduated in 2008. My father passed away recently due to
cancer. Is tehre any way to apply his or my grandfathers benefits to my
federal loans? We tried before and we could not get it all to go through
now I find out posthumously that everythign was unblocked. What do I need
28 Sep 2009, 08:44
My father served in WWII (Japan), Korea, Operation Redwing and Vietnam. He
only used a partial amount of his MGIB benefits after retiring from the
USAF in 1970. I remember him saying that he wanted to go back to college
and take a few courses before his benefits ran out, but he never got around
to it. He died in 1994 with Gi Bill benefits remaining. With the the Post
9/11 bill underway, did anything change for soldiers and marines who served
previous to 9/11. Are his benefits totally expired so that they cannot be
transferred to me or my siblings?
26 Sep 2009, 17:44
I served in the army for 16 yaers total I am a disabled veterain at 70%
now I have never used my Gi Bill Benefit My wife want to use it can this
benefit be transfered to her to use.
14 Sep 2009, 08:36
I was in the Army from June 73 to June 77. I also served in the Ohio Nation
Guards in 83. Can I transfer my G.I. bill to my son?
14 Sep 2009, 07:14
I am a military spouse, my husband retired June 2007, after 26 years in the
Army. He never used his GI Bill nor did he contribute to the GI bill, Can I
used his GI Bill under the new GI Bill plan.
27 Aug 2009, 22:26
my sons father just died, he was in air force, i want to know if my son is
entitled to any benefits, he is 16
27 Aug 2009, 18:21
I married an active member of the USA reserves who retired in 2005. He
already has his masters degree. I am a RN with associates degree and I was
wondering if he can allow gi bill funds to be transfered towards me
finishing my education as well. I hope to continue after I get my BSN, get
my Masters and Nurse Practitioner's license as well. With is retirement
status could that disallow usage of funds for my education?
Thanks for any help
20 Aug 2009, 11:09
does anyone know if my daughter can use my GI bill to get her LNA
Edward Thomas Jahnke
13 Aug 2009, 15:37
I served in the US Navy active 1957-1961 and two yrs inactive. I've never
used the GI Bill. Is there anyway I could use the GI Bill at this time?
Also, If not, could I transfer my GI Bill benefits to one of my daugthers
06 Aug 2009, 14:53
Ive just retired with 27yrs of service.Ive never used the GI Bill for
anything.Can my son or daughter eligible for the education benefits that
ive earned for college ??
15 Jul 2009, 05:26
Do i understand right even though i put all my time in the national Guard
20 good years my daughter does not qualify for the GI bill I also get just
10 percent disibality
14 Jul 2009, 07:37
I am 20 years old and my father has served 22 years in The United States
Marine Corps, He is currently getting his Masters Degree that his current
job in the DOD is paying for. He has the GI Bill and has not touched one
cent of it. My father retired in 2002, it has only been 7 years since his
retirement. My father will like to transfer his GI bill to me but according
to the 9-11 he can not is there any other way he can transfer the GI bill
to me, we planed all 4 years of my college around the GI bill. I do not see
how this is fair. What about the Veterans? What about the people who put
their lives on the line for this country? and invested in the GI bill? What
happens to their money? Can someone please inform me better on this issue.
You can contact me at Dominique.firstname.lastname@example.org
walter saucier II
14 Jul 2009, 07:23
Two questions. One my wife just got her bachelors degree through another
school. Can i use the GI BILL for as a loan repayment? Second question- How
or when it comes time to give it to my kids. Is it set for one child or can
you split it for two and if so is the money cut in half or will the both of
my kids have 100% of there tuition payed for. Thank you for your time.
SSgt. Daniel J. O'Keefe
06 Jul 2009, 11:48
I have been retired since 1992, I had used a portion of my V.A. tuition
assistance. I was told that If I did not use it in 10 years that I would
loose it. Is this true, also is it possible for me to transfer the balance
of my V.A. tuition to my son for his education?
30 Jun 2009, 05:42
I am looking at getting laid off from my job soon, my husband retired from
the Air Force in 2006 after 20 years, can he transfer his GI Bill to me so
that I can back to school and further my education while I am unemployed?
27 Jun 2009, 14:03
I recently retired from the USNR. I put 7 years active duty and the rest in
the reserves. I never used any Montgomery bill. Is it trasfereable to my
wife or 2 children my son just enrolled in collage starting this fall.
19 Jun 2009, 20:48
This can answer a few questions
13 Jun 2009, 19:12
i only served in the army reserves for 3 yrs in 1976. Honorable discharded
due to medical reasons do my kids get GI Bill benefits?
03 Jun 2009, 08:35
Everyone has good questions about how the Government and DoD is going to go
about trasferring these benefits.
This link may help to answer some questions :
03 Jun 2009, 08:14
I seperated from active duty in 2007 and was wondering if my daughter could
use my G.I. BILL. If so how do I go about doing so?
02 Jun 2009, 07:31
I retired in 2006 after 22 years of active duty. I never used my GI Bill
Benefits and would like to transfer to my Daughter for her college. Can I
do that and if so, how?
28 May 2009, 15:35
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22 May 2009, 14:10
I served in Viet Nam,Desert shield,Deset storm,Induring freedom and navy
navy reseveres for 20 yrs.retired last Nov.2008.Can I transfer any benifits
to my son who is 34 to finish his last 18 months of collage in Il.
14 May 2009, 14:37
My father served in the Korean War and is retired from the National Guard.
Both my parents are still alive, but neither one used any of the GI Bill.
I am 48 years old and would like to further me education. Can I use any of
this toward finishing up my college education.
13 May 2009, 09:54
My dad is in active service and said that when i get ready to go to college
in the fall I will be able to use his gi bill, but we have not applied for
it yet. He is very upset with my mother because I turned 18 in April and he
thought he was finished paying child support but in al its 19. So, he
refused to let me use it and I would like to know if he can stop me from
12 May 2009, 09:39
My father was retired from the military about 4 years ago, but died only a
few months after. I am planning to start college in August, and as we all
know it can get a little expensive. Is there a way I would still be able to
use his GI Bill?
06 May 2009, 18:10
I retired in Aug 1993 after over 26 years active service. I used some of
my G.I. bill but not all of it.
My question is: Can I transfer any remaining benefits to my daughter for
her college degree?
06 May 2009, 17:44
My ex-husband is in the National Guard. He was in for 12 years and then got
out for over 10 years and then reelisted a year a half ago for 6 more years
in Arkansas. He volunteered and went to Iraq for a year. He came back and
is transferring from a unit in Arkansas to Indiana to be closer to his kids
becuse we moved. Our daughter is starting college in the fall and the
tuition is very high. He wants to transfer his GI Bill to her. Can he do
this? If so, how? And, what do we need to do?
01 May 2009, 20:32
My husband retired in 2006 with 26 years in the service. My daughter will
be going to college this year. Is the GI bill transferable to her?
23 Apr 2009, 06:20
I have a wife who is to attend college at loyola college in Maryland from
16 Jun - 10 Jul 09. I would love to transfer my gibill for her to finish
her college. I have served 20 years and two months on active duty and is
currently serving the final three more years for her to complete her Master
Degree. Is there a way that you could grant her a special scholarship due
to your policy is not in effect until 1 Aug 09.
22 Apr 2009, 19:40
My husband served in the late 60's and early 70's. He used some of his GI
Bill in the 70's. Can I used the rest of it?
Tarvis L Robertson
16 Apr 2009, 12:18
My father was a veteran of Korea & Vietnam. Me and my sister are the actual
blood progeny of my father. He remarried and not to long after passed away.
Are we as blood progeny eligiable for any benefits?
15 Apr 2009, 17:32
My father died in 2005. He had a honorable discharge from the navy he never
used his gi bill. would me or my brother be able to use it for college.
15 Apr 2009, 05:25
My husband retired from the Air Force in 2004 after 28 years of service.
He did use some of his GI Bill benefits but not all. We were married the
entire time he was active duty. May I utilize his G I Bill to further my
03 Apr 2009, 09:49
hi my name is robert my father served in the active navy he never used his
gi bill he passed away and i was wanting to know if i could use his gi bill
to go to college if u could let me know it would be much appreciatedv thank
10 Mar 2009, 16:16
i served in the army ,75-78. honorable discharge. ive used very little of
my educational benifits. can i transfer them to my daughter so she can
25 Feb 2009, 16:11
I retired about 7 years ago. I have used none of my GI Bill. My daughter
graduates from FSU in May. Is there a way I can transfer my GI Bill
benefits to my her so she can use it to get her Master's Degree?
25 Feb 2009, 12:56
I am retired military for 6 years now. I have used none of my GI Bill.
Are my sons eligible to use my GI bill? I have one in college and one going
into college in two years.
17 Feb 2009, 20:56
I am an 12 year veteran of the US Army and US Navy,9 years Army 3 years
Navy. i served in operation iraqi freedom from 2005 to 2006.
I am trying to find out if my adopted daughter is eligible to receive help
with her college tuition when she is ready to attend in about 3 years.
I am also a disable veteran with a 40% rating.
06 Feb 2009, 08:14
My father died in 1992, he was a world war 2 vet ( army ) he never used his
benifets can I use them I would like to use education & medical I am now 52
my mother is not deceased. What benifets are there still available to me or
03 Feb 2009, 06:59
My service Date was 02/1977-02/1980.I used GI Bill for a couple classes at
community college. Do I still have my benefit's? I was told you had to use
them with in 10 years.Then I heard they were going to lift that time
limit.I don,t understand why there is a time limit on this.I am 54 and need
to change career's and would like to use these benefit's now.There should
be no time limit on benefit's earned by Veterans.And I also think the VA
Hospitals should closed and a Medical card issued to all Veterans so they
can go to any Hospital/Doctor/Pharmacy they want fully paid for.People who
never served should take a tour of a VA Hospital. The care and facility
provided is disgusting. I have seen better in 3RD world countries. It would
be cheaper for the Tax Payers to abolish the VA Hospital System and issue
Medical Cards.The American People should be ashamed of themselves the way
our Veterans/Prior Service people are treated.
02 Feb 2009, 17:55
My dad served 2 tours in vietnam. Years after iam sure as meny did he had a
hard time with drinking and depression and want to tougus for some months.
It has been quite a few years now since he has passed away is thier any way
i would be able to use his GI Bill? Iam sure it would put a smile on his
face to see his son make something of his life. thank you very much
24 Jan 2009, 12:10
My grandson's father was in the Army and never used any educational
benefits. Can my grandson now use the the educational benefits? He will
be enrolling in August 2009.
16 Jan 2009, 11:23
My father died in 1984, he was a world war 2 vet ( army ) he never used his
benifets can I use them I would like to use education & medical I am now 56
my mother is also deceased. What benifets are there still available to me
or for me.
Sandra A. Shepard
03 Jan 2009, 19:36
My father Ramon M. Antonio died in 1996 and never used his GI benefits. I
am the youngest daughter and want to know if I am eligible for any
benefits. Both mother and step mother are both deceased.
03 Jan 2009, 09:47
My father served in the marines and never used his GI Bill. As his son, can
I use his GI Bill for my college education?
16 Dec 2008, 11:11
Ms B. Brown
If you have guardianship, I would suggest that you first take the document
to a local child support agency to have an order drawn up. Then, you can
have their lawyers present the document to DFAS-Clevland(Army's pay
system). Once they validate the document, they will immediately begin an
allotment to garnish the funds from his wages. If DFAS starts the
allotment, he cannot stop it. As long as he is on Active Duty, he should
also enroll her in DEERS which will entitle her to an ID card and give her
access to medical/dental care at gov't expense. To get the full
explanation, you could call the ID cards section of any military
installation or seek the services of a lawyer who has knowledge of military
policies/procedures. Hope this helps.
05 Dec 2008, 08:22
my husband reenlisted indefinitely and we were wondering if he would still
be able to transfer some of his gi bill to our daughter, who will be
starting college soon?
03 Dec 2008, 13:46
My Dad was a vietnam veteran and none of us children took advantage of his
GI loan for college....
I am 33 years old and would like to go back to college - how can I get some
information on this?
27 Nov 2008, 07:38
My husband is a retired Master Chief in the USN. He retired 1991. He has
never used any GI Bill Education. Can our daughter use this benefit?
18 Nov 2008, 04:13
I am a spouse of a 26 year veteran of our U.S. military. He retired in
1995 and has not utilized any of his education benefits.
Could I possibly qualify for any of my
husband' education funding due him upon
Thank you very much,
14 Nov 2008, 15:51
I have served 23 total years 1/2 actve 1/2 reserve. I was awarded
but only was paid 36,000.00 can my children use the rest for ther college.
Can they use any of my education benifits
10 Sep 2008, 00:00
I"m planning on going to college soon, I"m 23yrs old...my father was in
and out of Iraq he just retired.He said the GI Bill was transferable how do
we set this up for spring semester and what exactly does it help pay for?
Thank you so much!
25 Aug 2008, 19:43
If your question is directly related to the GI Bill, as I understand it,
the service member has to specifically give up their stake in the GI Bill
and transfer their benefits to their children, in addition to having served
ten years. I think this must be active duty. If he qualifies, and is
willing to give up his GI Bill benefits to his kids he has to contact VA.
He'll have 15 years from when he leaves active duty for the benefits to be
used (how it exactly works for the reserves I have no idea).
My heart goes out to you. My husband is on his third tour to Iraq. We are
pretty excited about this new allowance to transfer GI Bill benefits to
17 Jul 2008, 09:45
I am the Grandmother of a two year old, whom has a Father in the Resrves.
The Mother, My Daughter is incarcerated, and the Father is not paying Child
support.Does the Army have any benefits for this child, since her Father is
in the Army Reserves, and has spent a year in Iraq? He still is in active
duty. If so what, and how do I go about seeking the proper info to find out
how to recccieve it? I have Guardianship, at this time while my Daughter is