links below connect directly to various pages within the VA Website.

Booklet - Federal Benefits for Veterans and Dependents

 

Link to find a benefits office



Contact the VA Education Service

Armed Forces Club
air force
army
coast guard
marines
Navy

 

GiBill Department of Veteran's Affairs

On June 22, 1944, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed into law one of the most significant pieces of legislation ever produced by the United States government: The Servicesmembers' Readjustment Act of 1944, commonly known as the GI Bill of Rights. By the time the original GI Bill ended in July 1956, 7.8 million World Was II Veterans had participated in an education or training program and 2.4 million veterans had home loans backed ny VA. today, the legacy of the original GI Bill lives on in the Mongomery GI Bill.


 

Rensselaer County Veteran's Department

Robert Reiter,Director of Rensselaer County Veterans Programs
will be able to answer questions about your benefits and assist you in filling out and filing your paperwork within the VA system. To contact Bob: BReiter@rensco.com


 

State University of New York

Using the GI Bill and transfering to a SUNY School

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