Tag Archives: college

If your Post-9/11 GI Bill isn’t covering all of your college costs, there is a way to get them paid.
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Today hundreds of thousands of cyber security-related jobs are in the workforce and vacant. Find out how you can become part of this high demand world through programs offered by the NSA.
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A USNA midshipman decides to take the scenic route to school… by jumping from a plane.
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DoD News’ new blog series “Serving Smart” that aims to simplify education resources for service members.
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Service member students can now use a new online complaint system to offer feedback about problematic educational institutions.
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