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OR BETTER YET, you may be wanting this:
There is an enlistment program called the National Call to Service Program; here's some basics:
The National Call to Service Explained
The National Call to Service (NCS) program continues its success as a enlistment program. Since the program began in 2004, the Navy has recruited and trained over 5,000 young men and women, giving them valuable skills, monetary incentives, and the opportunity to support our nation through a valuable national service program.
The NCS program offers a choice of one of the following incentives:
A cash bonus of $5,000.
Loan Repayment of a qualifying student loan not to exceed $18, 000.
An education entitlement equal 12 months of the current GI Bill payment rate. ($1,034 effective Oct 1, 2005)
An education entitlement equal to fifty percent of the - less than 3 year enlistment – version of the GI Bill. ($420 effective Oct. 1, 2005)
The NCS program has a three part service requirement:
First, after completion of initial entry training, you must serve on active duty in a military occupational specialty for a period of 15 months.
After this, and without a break in service, you must serve reenlist for an additional period of active duty, or transition into the Selected Reserve for a period of 24 months.
After completion of this period of service, and also, without a break in service, your remaining obligated service specified in the agreement will be served on active duty in the armed forces, in the Selected Reserve, or in the Individual Ready Reserve. In addition you may have the option to serve in Americorps, or another domestic national service program.
Contact a recruiter if you are interested in the NCS program and would like to learn more.
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