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You’ve paid your dues. You wore the uniform, served your country at home or abroad. Maybe you saw combat. Maybe you deployed on a humanitarian mission. Maybe you were enlisted, maybe you were an officer.
One thing that is not a maybe is the fact that you are now entitled to GI Bill benefits. First created in 1944 to help veterans receive an education that they will be able to use in civilian life and modified in 2008, these benefits aren’t a gift from the nation, but an acknowledgement of your sacrificing years of your life to the nation.