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Fame interrupted: celebrities in the military

Julia Child, Prince William, Clint Eastwood, Bill Cosby, Ice-T and other celebrities all served in the military before or during their famed careers.… | Read More

10 Military Friendly Colleges and Universities

The New York Times recently did a long article on returning veterans who are returning to school, and some of the schools that emerged as popular choices are surprising. Among the Ivy League schools Columbia has stepped forward and thrown out a welcome mat for returning servicemen and women. The school contacts veterans directly,… | Read More

Schools Now Accepting Post-9/11 G.I. Bill Applications!

For veterans of the military online colleges and traditional universities alike have just gotten a whole lot more in reach: a new and improved version of the Montgomery G.I. Bill has been drafted for soldiers who have served after during and 9/11, and as of May 1st, that bill is in full effect.
"We owe… | Read More

Grantham University Goes Extra Mile For Military Veterans

When it comes to serving the troops who serve our country, Grantham University has never been one to fall short -- just a few months ago, the school was named as one of the Top 20 military-friendly schools our country has to offer. Still, this is not a school content to rest on its laurels,… | Read More

Military Scholarships and Grant Programs

The men and women who serve in our military are to be commended for putting their lives on the line in defense of our freedom. One of the “rewards” we give them for their service is a generous “G.I. Bill” that has been around since the end of World War II. Today’s version of the bill offers improved coverage, but not all college costs are always met. That’s why military scholarships are essential, so let’s… | Read More