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  • Axxe55

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    Keep the land and the lease. If son wants to go to college, there are grants, scholarships and student loans.

    Once you sell that land, it's essentially gone.
     

    Big Green

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    Or go Guard. The more and more I learn, the more and more I’m convinced most males need to be put in a semi-independent structured growth environment from 18-24.
    But aren’t college benefits harder to acquire? It used to be x-amount of “active time” didn’t it? Boot camp counted along with MOS school but full benefits used to be a challenge. That may have changed recently though.
     

    toddnjoyce

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    But aren’t college benefits harder to acquire? It used to be x-amount of “active time” didn’t it? Boot camp counted along with MOS school but full benefits used to be a challenge. That may have changed recently though.

    I don’t know the details, but Guard is also eligible for some state TA benefits and other Hazlewood Act-ish type benefits.
     

    Axxe55

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    Honestly, if I could do it all over again, I would go Guard as soon as my shortest AD hitch was up, if I even went AD at all.
    My father got a damn good education in the Air Force that transferred to a civilian job. Use to be called "multi-trades", that covered electrical, electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics and a few others. There are lots of military fields that can teach you a trade that will very easily transition into civilian jobs. Plus they feed you, clothe you, and give you a place to sleep!
     

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