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Appendix I Officer Professional Development Paths
a  period  three  times  the  length  of  the  period  in  the program,  in  addition  to  any  other  prior  service obligation.     Refer  to  OPNAVINST  1520.24  for detailed information concerning this program. Officer Law Education Program The  Officer  Law  Education  Program  allows selected  naval  officers  to  enter  an  American  Bar Association (ABA) accredited law school for up to 36 months.   Selectees may enter the school to pursue a bachelor  of  law  or  juris  doctor  degree,  which  may lead  to  service  as  a  Judge  Advocate  General  (JAG) Corps officer.  For more information on this program, refer to SECNAVINST 1520.7. VETERANS’ AFFAIRS EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS The   Department   of   Veterans’  Affairs   (VA) manages  the  following  three  educational  assistance programs for active service members and veterans: Vietnam Era GI Bill Conversion Veterans’  Educational  Assistance  Program (VEAP) Montgomery GI Bill of 1984 (new GI Bill) VIETNAM ERA GI BILL CONVERSION Those individuals who had remaining entitlement under the Vietnam Era GI Bill on 31 December 1989 are   eligible   for   Montgomery   GI   Bill   benefits. However,   they   must   have   served   on   active   duty without a break in service from 19 October 1984 to 30 June 1987 or 1988.   They must also serve 4 years in the Selected Reserve after release from active duty. VETERANS’ EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The  Veterans’  Educational  Assistance  Program (VEAP)  is  a  voluntary,  contributory  educational financial  assistance  program.     It  is  available  to personnel  who  entered  the  Navy  during  the  period from  1  January  1977  through  30  June  1985.    This program was terminated on 1 April 1987. MONTGOMERY GI BILL ACT OF 1984 Beginning  on  1  July  1985,  nonprior  service members   entering   active   duty   began   receiving educational  benefits  under  the  Montgomery  GI  Bill (MGIB).    Service  members  eligible  for  the  Vietnam Era  GI  Bill  may  also  be  eligible  to  receive  benefits under  the  MGIB  as  of  1  January  1990. Service members who entered active duty after 31 December 1979  and  are  eligible  for  the  Veterans’ Educational Assistance  Program  (VEAP)  are  not  eligible  for  the MGIB. For detailed information on VA programs, contact your  local  VA  or  Navy  Campus  office  or  refer  to OPNAVINST 1780.3. 9-3

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