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Supersedes AFI , 1 May Pages: Distribution: F. This instruction implements Air Force Policy Directive , Military. 1–6, Developing, Managing, and Conducting Training AFI , Survival of Conduct Training AFI , Professional Military Education AFI AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION 13 AUGUST Personnel. VOLUNTARY EDUCATION PROGRAM. COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS.
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The Voluntary Education Program supports long-range Air Force goals for maintaining a high-quality force and enhancing professional and personal development, recruitment, retention, and readiness.
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The Air Force offers three programs for enlisted personnel to help defray the cost of obtaining off-duty education: To assist individuals in furthering their education, the Air Force provides a tuition assistance program with some restrictions to all eligible Air Force members.
As of 1 Octoberthe Air Force pays the cost of tuition only at accredited institutions not to exceed the hourly and annual caps established by DoDI Eligible individuals who entered the service for the first time on or after 1 July are enrolled in the Montgomery GI Bill.
In-service use of the Montgomery GI Bill is permitted after 2 years of continuous active duty. Benefits expire 10 years after separation or retirement. The amount of the total benefit is adjusted each year in relation to the cost of living index. Eligible individuals who were on active duty on or after 11 September may choose to enroll in this new Afi 36 2306 Bill.
This program allows some Airmen to transfer GI Bill benefits to dependents if they have sufficient retainability.
Afi 36 2306 Credit by Examination. Military members may earn college credits through examination. Individuals may earn up to as much as 60 semester hours of college credit at no financial cost by doing well on the examinations.
However, the amount of semester hours accepted by an academic institution is dependent on the policies of the accepting institution.
The two major types of examinations available to military personnel are as follows: The DANTES subject standardized tests are a series of tests for obtaining academic afi 36 2306 for college-level knowledge.
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Each DANTES subject standardized tests is based on several textbooks commonly used for a course of the same or similar title. Some of the DANTES subject standardized tests include afi 36 2306 enforcement, business, natural science, social science and history, and mathematics. The CLEP measures college-level competency.
English composition, humanities, mathematics, natural science, and social science and history.
Additional tests are available in subject areas that include business, English literature, information systems, sociology, psychology, history, management, and foreign language. To be nominated for this program, the member must be an active duty Technical Sergeant or select or above afi 36 2306 a minimum of 8 years of total active federal service.
For more information on the program, eligibility criteria, and nomination procedures, go to http: This suspension applies to any new or current applications in the coordination process.
Afi 36 2306 currently participating in the program will be reviewed for continuation in the program on a case by case basis.
Enlisted members can obtain a commission while on active duty through one of the various commissioning programs.