The Serviceman's Readjustment Act 0f 1944, also known as the GI Bill of Rights was officially signed into law on June 22nd 1944 by President Franklin D.
This newly enacted law was and still is administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The benefits afforded to our veterans include continuing education, medical assistance through the Veterans Hospital, home financing, life insurance and more.
These programs are designed to aid all our veterans in need of help in acclimating in civilian life.
As of August 2009 the Post 9/11 GI Bill was passed to include financing of education that includes undergraduate and graduate degrees in higher education.
Vocational and technical training is also provided.
This program also offers tutorial assistance and will pay for any certification and licensing fees that are approved under the Post 9/11 GI Bill.
Eligibility for these benefits can be transferred to a spouse, a child or children or any combination of spouse and children.
\ From education to medical benefits to financial help, these programs have been developed to insure that the men and women who have served their country will have every opportunity to further themselves once they leave the military.
Every man and woman that has served their country should contact their local Veteran's office to see what opportunities are eligible for or check out the web sites for the Veterans Administration and the GI Bill.
Celebrate the brave men and women who serve in all our military branches, honor all the heroes of our armed forces.
If you know anyone that served their country during war or is a member of the armed forces presently, show your appreciation for their devotion, their steadfast to stand with their country in defending its freedoms.