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Q54.   Under  the  Montgomery  GI  Bill  Act  of  1984, active  duty  members  may  use  their  in-service benefits after a minimum of how many years? Q55.    Selected Reserve and National Guard personnel became eligible for educational benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill in what year? SUMMARY The  Navy  provides  educational  benefits  to members  through  the  ESO,  CCC,  Navy  College Offices,  and  DANTES.    ESOs  must  make  sure  all persons  are  aware  of  these  benefits.    ESOs  should guide  Navy  people  as  they  pursue  the  various voluntary  education  programs.    ESOs  and  civilian education  specialists/guidance  counselors  should assist naval personnel in selecting the goals that are right for them. As an ESO you will find it rewarding to help personnel attain their goals. Because of the many instructions and publications that govern educational programs, ESOs must have up-to-date information.    They  should  check  with  the  local  Navy College  Office  or  the  VA  to  get  the  latest  educational benefits information.  ESOs should also make every effort to  attend  the  ESO  workshops  offered  by  Navy  College Offices at various locations around the world. To find out where the Navy College Offices are located  and  points  of  contacts  at  these  offices, access  the  Navy  College  Program  website  at:  http:// www.navycollege.navy.mil. REFERENCES USED TO DEVELOP THIS CHAPTER Navy Voluntary Education Program, CNETINST 1560.3D,  Chief  of  Naval  Education  and  Training, Pensacola, Fla., 1991. 2-16

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