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  1. Learn how to transfer unused Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to your spouse or children while serving in the armed forces. Find out the eligibility criteria, application process, and rules for using the transferred benefits.

  2. U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) USPHS commissioned members (email), or call 240-453-6130. Last updated: May 16, 2024. Feedback. Find out if you can transfer any of your unused Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to your spouse or dependent children.Note: The Defense Department (DOD) decides whether you can transfer GI Bill benefits to your family.

  3. Mar 4, 2024 · Learn how to transfer your Post 9-11 GI Bill benefits to your spouse or children if you meet the eligibility requirements and service commitment. Find out the benefits, limitations, and changes of the GI Bill transfer policy.

  4. This is called a Transfer of Education Benefits (TEB). If DOD has approved the service member’s request, then you can apply online right now. Apply to use transferred Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits. Note: Be sure you’re signed in as a family member to your own Login.gov or ID.me account to complete this application.

  5. Feb 1, 2023 · Published February 01, 2023. The Post-9/11 GI Bill allows you to transfer all or some of your unused benefits to your spouse or dependent children. The military determines whether you can transfer ...

  6. Nov 14, 2017 · The Post 9/11 GI Bill is one of the most popular benefits of military service, and many families find that they get maximum benefit by transferring those benefits to the service member’s spouse ...

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  8. Nov 27, 2023 · Keep a completed transfer of education benefits regardless of whether they fulfill their service obligation. Being able to transfer your Post-9/11 GI Bill military education benefits provides a financial advantage for you and your family. For more information, including how to request a transfer, call Military OneSource at 800-342-9647 to ...

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