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Each year the VA releases Montgomery GI BILL payment rates for Active Duty Personnel, also known as Chapter 30.
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2012/2013 Montgomery GI Bill Rate Chart

MGIB-AD (ACTIVE DUTY) IS COMMONLY KNOWN AS CHAPTER 30


THE FOLLOWING RATES APPLY TO THOSE COMPLETING AN ENLISTMENT OF
THREE YEARS OR MORE.
INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING
Training Time
Monthly Rate

Full time
$1,564.00
3/4 time
$1,173.00
1/2 time
$782.00
Less than 1/2 time - more than 1/4 time
$782.00**
1/4 time or less
$391.000**


APPRENTICESHIP AND ON-THE-JOB TRAINING
OJT Rates effective October 1, 2012
Training Period
Monthly Rate

First six months of training
$1,173.00
Second six months of training
$860.00
Remaining pursuit of training
$547.40

Correspondence and Flight
Entitlement charged at the rate of one month for each $1,426.00 paid.

Cooperative - $1,564.00

** Tuition and Fees ONLY. Payment cannot exceed the listed amount.


THE FOLLOWING RATES APPLY TO THOSE COMPLETING AN ENLISTMENT OF
LESS THAN THREE YEARS.
INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING
Training Time
Monthly Rate

Full time
$1,270.00
3/4 time
$952.50
1/2 time
$635.00
Less than 1/2 time - more than 1/4 time
$635.00**
1/4 time or less
$317.50**


APPRENTICESHIP AND ON THE JOB TRAINING
OJT Rates effective October 1, 2012
Training Period
Monthly Rate

First six months of training
$952.50
Second six months of training
$698.50
Remaining pursuit of training
$444.50

Correspondence and Flight
Entitlement charged at the rate of one month for each $1,158.00 paid.

Cooperative - $1,270.00

** Tuition and Fees ONLY. Payment cannot exceed the listed amount.


Basic Institutional Rates for persons with remaining entitlement under Chapter 34 of Title 8, U.S.C. - Chapter 30 Category II rates effective October 1, 2012.
INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING
Training Time
No Dependents
One Dependent
Two Dependents
   Each Add'l

Full time
$1,752.00
$1,788.00
$1,819.00
$16.00
3/4 time
$1,314.50
$1,341.00
$1,364.50
$12.00
1/2 time
$876.00
$894.00
$909.50
$8.50
Less than 1/2 time
more than 1/4 time
$876.00**
1/4 time or less
$438.00**


COOPERATIVE TRAINING
Training Period
No Dependents
One Dependent
Two Dependents
   Each Add'l

October 1, 2012 -
September 30, 2013
$1,614.00
$1,650.00
$1,681.00
$16.00

Correspondence
55% of the approved charges

Flight
60% of the approved charges

** Tuition and Fees ONLY. Payment cannot exceed the listed amount.


APPRENTICESHIP AND ON-THE-JOB TRAINING
Training Period
No Dependents
One Dependent
Two Dependents
   Each Add'l

1st six months
$1,275.00
$1,288.13
$1,299.00
$5.25
2nd six months
$916.58
$925.93
$933.63
$3.85
3rd six months
$571.20
$577.33
$582.05
$2.45
Remaining time
$559.30
$565.08
$570.33
$2.45

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