For many eligible participants, the Post-9/11 GI Bill is a better solution than other education benefit programs, such as the Montgomery GI Bill - Active Duty, Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserve and the Reserve Education Assistance Program (REAP). However, this decision depends on several factors, including the type of education or training you plan to take and the amount of benefits received under each program. The following comparison tools may help you in making your decision.
Military Veterans bring experience and skills of great value to the workforce. This document describes services that help Veterans with a disability enter the workforce and find fulfilling employment. Some of the services are open only to Veterans, but many of them are available to any American with a disability.
As a member of the Armed Forces, Reserves, National Guard or other uniformed services, you have some job protections when you are called into military service.
This law is called the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA). It seeks to protect your civilian job and benefits when your unit is activated. It also says that you should not suffer job discrimination because you were called away to service.