Originally posted by NewArmyGirl:
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Hopefully you already know the answer to this question. I have never heard of this happening; AIT is part of Initial Entry Training. Until you complete it you are not authorized housing or command sponsorship of dependents. Your family will probably be able to visit you when you are off-duty, but the Army will not give your family housing or any other benefits until you complete IET and are part of a unit.
These are the reasons why I am skeptical about joining the Army. People like this. They come off like they know every thing and then be so wrong and you have to respect them, if they are outrank you. That was just uncalled for.