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Does anyone know anything about the Air Force "CLRP?"?0Shuna2012-10-02 10:02:04
My husband joined the Air Force and his recruiter told him that he could take advantage of the Air Force " College Loan Repayment Plan ." He has been in the Air Force for two years and unfortunately is assigned to a military base instead of an Air Force base . Air Force Personnel everyone seems to know about the program , but no one seems to know how we can get the loans paid . Is this a scam ?
ARMY RESERVES CLRP question?0rodrick2012-08-28 23:25:04
is the army reserves or National Guard offers college loan repayment for all jobs / tasks defined ? if only certain jobs , does anyone have any idea what it could offer jobs for ?
Do Marines have CLRP? Question for Marine officer recruiter?3suzie2017-09-22 01:07:46
I talked to a Navy officer recruiter yesterday during an exhibition race , and he seemed a very nice and honest . I asked if the Marines had a CLRP ( college loan repayment program ) . I said the Marines do not offer that. He said : "To be honest with you , all the services out there offering more money ( bonds ) of the Marines . 's Army has most of the bonds, and will throw the most money to join , while Marines try to persuade you by telling you how badass it will become. " MedlinePlus MedlinePlus During my research of the various branches , I'm thinking of joining , I found this site http :/ / / cs / joiningup
If I opted for CLRP (loan repayment) during my first enlistment, do I qualify for the New GI Bill?0Edwqard2012-08-12 03:53:02
I'ma enrolled in six years and the Air Force has already paid $ 7000 for my college loans ... if you sign up for another 4 years , am I eligible for the post 9/11 GI Bill?
In the army, can I get CLRP (College loan repayment) and then pay to get the post 9-11 GI Bill?0Goodman2012-09-16 23:55:06
Therefore, there is contradictory information aware of this. I asked my recruiter and he said he can only get a "benefit " for enlistment which seemed quite reasonable . So I said usually people use RAC for enlistment and then have the option to pay in the post 9-11 GI Bill during his second enlistment for use after his second term is over. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus But a little research on my own and found that there are people who have used both the RAC and paid into the post 9-11 GI Bill in his first enlistment . So what 's the problem ? For those in the military , or are in the process of incorporation , what you have experienced / heard ?
Does the Army's College Loan Repayment Program (CLRP) pay for all of your student loan debt (up to 65k)?0Ignatz2012-09-20 02:27:04
- Or just make the monthly payments on your debt while you are serving on active duty ?
What is air force, i need to know about it?1Cherish2012-11-03 19:01:01
so my husband are planning to go to the Air Force , and of course I do not agree with him . im very worried about him , I think if you go , never coming back, I feel that he will die if he signed up for . I have so many questions I 'd like to ask you guys. is a dangerous job ? what they do there ? and where would they go ? U.S. would stop going to Iraq , Afghanistan or elsewhere , or if they stay in the U.S. ? also when they leave will be how long ? How much are you paid? ? ? is a good job to be in the air force ? What is the benefit of it ? going to pay for insurance, rent etc. , ? the only reason why my husband is planning to join is because he took a loan and feel you can not pay for it , so that the air force pay for it ? What about school? going to pay your school ? he is in college right now. he wants to be a policeman , would it be accepted more quickly if you join the Air Force ? ? ? ? but the most important is the time that you go away and how dangerous it is ? thank you
How difficult is it to get into the Air Force?1Briella2012-10-15 02:08:03
I am currently getting my degree and I want something to help carry the financial stresses after school . From what I've read , only the Army and Air Force programs offer refund loans . He dismissed the army for personal reasons . I've seen a couple of jobs in the Air Force that are very interesting and fun . My question is, how hard is it to get into the Air Force? I have read that it is hard to get , but I will be able to enter the recruiting office and sign a contract or is harder than that?
Will I get into the U.S. Air Force Academy?0Genevieve2012-11-02 00:40:08
I am one year removed from HS and just completed my first year of college at liberal arts college in New York. My HS GPA was 3.6 and my class rank was 36 out of 298 I lettered in track and field year my senior year. In college my GPA was a 3.6 and I made the Dean's List my 2nd semester with a 3.8 GPA. As of right now, I'm in a precarious situation. I don't know my congressman, but I went to school with his grandson and requested that he nominate me for the USAFA. And if I don't get into USAFA, I'll be liable for a $20,000 loan I took out last year for college but more importantly I really want to go to USAFA so if I don't get in I'll feel hurt. As of right now, I completed the application for the class of 2014 about a week ago and my status is competitve. If I get my congressman's nomination and contact my liason officer concerning an interview do you think I have a shot at getting into this honorable institution?
Should I enroll in the Air Force?0Bowier42012-11-05 03:43:09
So, I have 18 years old. I'm a sophomore in Industrial Engineering Bachelor degree. I don't have the best grades to keep getting loans on college plus my mom is like freaking me out with all the stupid stuff parents usually are talking about. Anyways, I was considering enroll in the army or something like that but I'm really scared of what will happen or my future and everything. I don't know what to do!!! and I really want to enroll, but I need like recommendation from people inside or where should I go, or even in what area to sign and better pay. Everything about the army or airforce or anything is welcome! pleasee!! i need orientation rush!
Questions about the Air Force?0keleb2012-10-10 01:59:52
Hi all. I'm here to try to get a little more information about the USAF. I have 25 years old, female, two children, and currently enrolled in school for my degree in Criminal Justice. I am looking to join the army and my first choice is the USAF. The reason is because in 2006 I was married to a soldier in the army and I was surprised. Sure hated many things about him, but I also loved a lot about him and I wanted to participate. The pride you have, the strength, education and the opportunity to grow a long life is what I'm looking for! So I was not ready at that time and it has taken me years to think about it. I'm looking to participate in the next two years. My daughter is very young, so I'm not wanting to leave from now. I need some questions answered by real soldiers. So here they are. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 1. What is the best career USAF? I'm looking for in cybersecurity because of my choice of degree or air traffic control because I read that is a very impressive and rewarding career in the USAF. What do you think? How much training / education is involved in both and can get into this right after you are off base? Or do you have to start low and go to these specific positions? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 2. I know I will be deployed, I'm not moaning and saying he will not go, however, is the USAF and the Army? The deployments of 12 months or more? What USAF career that I have chosen, or perhaps you could consider implementing the shortest time? (Please do not speak ill of me because I asked this question. Nobody in their right mind wants to be deployed for 12 months.) MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 3. What about the ASVAB? Is there any way to get in practice for this? Also is there any way to know how I scores are carried out? Or so the results have to be in order for me to get the career I want? Yes I know that careers are not guaranteed, again just wonder. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 4. Do you pay USAF in school loans and acquired or simply help pay for school loans while you acquire enlisted? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 5. What about becoming an officer? I'll have my degree next year. Are there certain requirements? Does the title have to be specialized in a particular area? For example, if I want to become an officer as an air traffic controller, will have my title although it is in criminal justice? (I'm not sure how this all works, so correct me if I'm wrong). MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 6. My ex-husband was in the military so there is something different? PT? Housing? Schools? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 7. What about medical services? He hated the military doctors / students on the basis of who was living in the past two years because they said I had severe acid reflux, but when I returned to my hometown, my gallbladder was so infected it had to undergo an emergency operation and had gallstones the size of baseballs. So you can see my concern. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 8. How long are the periods of recruitment? Shorter? Mayor? And how fast can you rank up, calling the USAF range? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 9. Can you ever change your AFSC? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Well, I think those are all the questions I have for now. Thank you very much for responding!
Should I join the air force?1LEXI2012-10-03 14:16:02
At one point a few years ago , I was considering joining the Air Force, but decided to go to college instead. Right now I have two college degrees . I have a degree in Public Administration and a Masters in Political Science. Currently working in government, but because of the economy , I will not get an increase in the short term and no promotions in sight. I want to go , but my job is safe even if it does not offer advances. With the lack of jobs in the workforce , I'm starting to consider other options. I feel like I'm wasting my education by staying at my current job, but I am able to get out. We are newly married , childless and just wonder if this might be a good option for me. I know I will come in a higher ranking because I have my degree and I've read that the AF is better than the other branches. I'm a little nervous about being deployed, but I guess not so bad. I also like the fact that pay off student loans as well. I have exactly 10k in federal student loans and would love to take that off my shoulders . What if you become pregnant while in the military, how will they handle that? I really need to talk to a recruiter first but wanted the opinions guys. Thank you. And no mean comments please , it's not really necessary.

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