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  • Spc. Gilliam-Gray Shawnese with the 101st Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 369th Sustainment Brigade, New York Army National Guard, gives instructions to people in their vehicle at the COVID-19 Mobile Testing Center in Glenn Island Park, New Rochelle, Apr. 8, 2020. (Sgt. Jonathan Pietrantoni/Army National Guard).

    Current plans call for Guard missions to end after 89 days, one day short of minimums needed to qualify for certain retirement and education benefits.

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Leaving the military for civilian life is a complex process. Our guide shows you everything you need to know, a step-by-step playbook for veterans transitioning into the civilian world.

  • Soldiers with the Louisiana National Guard’s 527th and 528th Engineer Battalions, 225th Engineer Brigade, package food to be distributed to residents in need during the COVID-19 response at Northeast Louisiana Food Bank in Monroe on April 23, 2020. (Staff Sgt. Thea James/Army National Guard)

    幸运飞艇sg计划The June 24 deadline for the end of Guard orders would leave troops at 89 days of active-duty, just short of the 90 needed for benefits.

  • A normally student-filled campus square at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss., stands deserted in face of the coronavirus on April 3, 2020. (Rogelio V. Solis/AP)

    VA officials say they're working with colleges and Congress to watch for potential problems when veterans return to classes next year.

  • The John. S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 is bringing changes to the Transition Assistance Program. (DVIDS)

    The transition to civilian life is a difficult process, but the good news is there is much support available, says the author of this commentary.

  • Health care professionals at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany undergo critical care training on April 20, 2020, to increase staff readiness and development in support of COVID-19 operations. (Marcy Sanchez/Landstuhl Regional Medical Center)

    Many highly qualified service members and veterans who have served in a variety of medical specialties are unable to use their training and experience to practice in civilian hospitals during this exceptional time of global need.

  • A pedestrian walks by The Framing Gallery, a business closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in Grosse Pointe, Mich., on May 7, 2020. (Paul Sancya/AP)

    幸运飞艇sg计划More than 1 million veterans reported being jobless in April as the national unemployment rate 14.7 percent.

  • A service member and military dependent walk on the campus of the University of Alabama. Last week, Michigan announced plans for a GI Bill style program to help front-line workers responding to the coronavirus outbreak receive free college classes. (Provided by the University of Alabama)

    The idea is to support medical workers and other coronavirus responders with a program similar to the Defense Department's higher education offerings.

  • (Tero Vesalainen/iStock/Getty Images)

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  • Spc. Steffen Tucker, right, takes notes along with other students during a music appreciation class at the Army Education Center of Austin Peay University at the Fort Campbell Army Base in Kentucky in 2009. (Josh Anderson/AP)

    幸运飞艇sg计划The measure rushed through Congress earlier this month and would protect income from work-study programs.

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    Be careful -- Interest rates on VA home loans may be ticking higher amid economic turmoil.

  • Veterans with dependents who missed out on coronavirus stimulus checks have until April 22 to register or miss out on $500 dependent payouts. (File photo)

    Checks of $500 per dependent could be delayed until 2021 if veterans miss the April 22 deadline.

  • National Guard personnel join Yale New Haven Health officials at Southern Connecticut State University's Moore Field House as they prepare to survey supplies delivered by FEMA for a

    Money lost from work study program closures would be protected under the new measure.

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