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ADT Continuing education

Discussion in 'Military Medicine' started by Slevin, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. Slevin

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    So I have a question

    When I finally go active duty will the Military cover the cost of me taking extra classes at the local college if I wanted to get an MBA or if I wanted to go out and get pilots license.

    I remember when I was prior service, they would cover the cost of tuition for classes I took while I was on Active Duty and I'm just wondering if that policy is still in effect.

    I'm wondering about the tuition assistance program and if it still is available
     
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  3. Corpsman

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    Yes, they will cover $4500 a year. However, for officers you incur a two year obligation for its use. This obligation runs concurrently, NOT consecutively, with any other obligations you have.
     
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    So could I use it to get a private pilots license?
     
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