Do you fit one of these criteria? Then you need to get in contact with us.
Here are some of the conditions of release which might result in a reduction of the required length of active duty:
Note: Under certain conditions, veterans may be entitled to receive benefits for a period of time that corresponds with a reduced active duty commitment, which usually results in the case of involuntary separation. For example, if a veteran was released involuntarily during Basic Training (usually for medical reasons) after only a few months of service, the veteran may be entitled to receive benefits for a period which corresponds with those few months of having contributed to the G.I. Bill program.
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