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Military Medical School to Graduate 200 Doctors, Nurses By Next Week to Fight Coronavirus

by Rose L. Thayer | March 29, 2020
More than 200 military doctors and nurses will be allowed to graduate early in an effort to get [...] Read more

US Army Women’s Foundation Honors Edna Cummings — App State Alumna and Military Trailblazer

by Jan Todd | March 29, 2020
Retired Col. Edna W. Cummings ’78 — the first African American female ROTC graduate from Ap [...] Read more

Trump Signs Bill to Protect Military GI Bill Benefits During Coronavirus Closures

by Nicole Brailer | March 29, 2020
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WAVY) — President Trump signed a bill on Saturday to safeguard GI Bill bene [...] Read more

What Military-Connected Students Need to Know During the Coronavirus Pandemic

by Mike Saunders and Tanya Ang | March 29, 2020
From student loans to the GI Bill, the coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting millions of veterans [...] Read more

Florida House Unanimously Passes Military Education Bill Sponsored by Rep. Tyler Sirois

by Space Coast Daily | March 20, 2020
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Florida House of Representatives on Tuesday unanimously passed [...] Read more

Army Offers to Repay Soldiers’ College Loans If They Go Infantry

by Matthew Cox | March 20, 2020
The U.S. Army is offering to pay off student loans of up to $65,000 or to give $15,000 bonuses [...] Read more

ROTC at Black colleges? How Pentagon Aims to Diversify Military Brass.

by Anna Mulrine Grobe | March 20, 2020
As a first-generation college student in Texas, George Bolton was hooked on an Army career thro [...] Read more

GI Bill Benefits to Continue Despite College Coronavirus Closings After Emergency Fix Rushes Through Congress

by Leo Shane III | March 20, 2020
Emergency legislation to protect student veterans from losing their GI Bill benefits because of [...] Read more


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