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USMC  CAIA–  U.S.  Marine  Corps  (USMC)  Combat Aircrew   Insignia   Authorization.   The   Chief   of Naval  Operations  has  approved  the  wearing  of this award on Navy uniforms. The insignia may be  worn  in  the  same  manner  as  other  breast insignia,   similar   to   the   Navy’s   Aircrewman Insignia. The   Combat   Aircrew   Insignia   is awarded  to  those  Navy  personnel  assigned  to Marine  Corps  units  as  crewmembers  and  who have  flown  in  combat. USNA– United  States  Naval  Academy. USO– United  Services  Organization. VARIABLE REENLISTMENT BONUS– Special  pay to  an  enlisted  member  with  a  critical  skill,  in addition to a regular reenlistment bonus, under provisions  of  37  U.S.C  308g. VEAP– Veterans’  Educational  Assistance  Program. The   VEAP   was   a   voluntary   contributory education   benefit   plan   available   to   those servicemembers  who  entered  active  duty  on  or between 1 January 1977 and 30 June 1985. The VEAP  was  terminated  1  April  1987. VEGIB–  Vietnam Era GI Bill. VFR– Visual flight rules. VGLI–  Veterans  Group  Life  Insurance.  The  VGLI was  created  by  Public  Law  93-289  and  became effective  on  1  August  1974.  VGLI  is  a  5-year non-renewable  term  policy  which  has  no  cash, loan,   paid-up,   or   extended   values.   VGLI   is available  to  personnel  who  are  released  from active duty, discharged, retired, and transferred to  the  Fleet  Reserve. VHA–  Variable   housing   allowance. VHA   is intended   for   the   purpose of  assisting servicemembers,  entitled  to  a  BAQ,  to  defray housing costs when government quarters are not assigned. VIETNAM  ERA  GI  BILL  (VEGIB)–  The  VEGIB was an educational assistance program available to  eligible  individuals  with  service  between  1 February  1955  and  31  December  1976.  This program   was   terminated   on   31   December 1989. VISA–  A   visa   is   permission   granted   by   the government  of  a  country  to  an  alien  to  enter that   country   and   to   remain   for   a   specified period  of  time.  A  visa  is  usually  in  the  form  of an  imprinted  stamp  affixed  to  one  of  the  pages of  a  passport. WELLROUNDED  INDIVIDUAL–  For the purpose of  this  training  manual,  this  term  means  that you  should  be  an  individual  who  accomplishes more   than   just   what   you   are   expected   to accomplish. Being   a   well-rounded   individual also  means  that  an  individual  should  perform beyond   the   realm   of   normal   expectations. Additionally,   a   well-rounded   individual   is   an individual who makes a difference in his or her life and in the lives of others for the betterment of  society. WAN–  Wide  area  network. WO–  Warrant   officer. WRA–  Weapons  replaceable  assemblies. XO– Executive   officer. AI-21

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