DoD Announces Post-9/11 GI Bill Education Benefits Transfer Exception


Story Number: NNS190124-13Release Date: 1/24/2019 2:00:00 PM
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From Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Department of Defense (DoD) has granted a temporary exception to policy to allow select service members to transfer their Post-9/11 GI Bill education benefits to dependents until July 12, 2019.  

NAVADMIN 020/19, released Jan. 24, announces that for a limited time, Sailors with at least 10 years of service who are unable to serve four additional years, due to statute or standard policy, may transfer their education benefits to dependents if they agree to serve the maximum time authorized.  For example, enlisted Sailors within four years of high year tenure or officers within four years of their statutory limit of service are eligible.

The policy exception is retroactive to July 12, 2018 and ends July 11, 2019, after which Sailors will need to commit to the full four years of service to transfer their benefits.

Sailors with at least 10 years of service whose transfer of education benefits applications were rejected due to the policy changes announced in NAVADMIN 170/18, and who are still serving on active duty or in the selected reserve (SELRES), must reapply for transfer of education benefits by following guidance in NAVADMIN 236/18, including completion of the new statement of understanding at https://myeducation.netc.navy.mil/webta/home.html#nbb.

For complete information on this temporary exception to policy, read NAVADMIN 020/19 at www.npc.navy.mil.

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