GI Bill could help fill gaps in tuition assistance

03/20/2013 | Stars and Stripes

Service members who lost education funds when military branches suspended tuition-assistance programs may be able to turn to GI Bill benefits, some say. "It's not doom and gloom, to be honest with you," said Keith Davis, chief of education and training at Ramstein Air Base.

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