MIL forms, legal issues, etc at basic

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  1. eightsevenzero

    eightsevenzero New Member

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    i understand i need to fill out a ton of forms determining what kind of benefits i'll be eligible for in the future at basic. such as accepting the gi bill and a reduction of $100 pay per paycheck.... etc. i did some research and only found a few. is there anything i should look into or might surprise me? tips or advice etc. thanks
     
  2. cossack

    cossack Resident thread killer

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    usaa banking, insurance, loans, whatever they are the fucking tits.
     
  3. Jyokker

    Jyokker The trouser snake is very aggressive. It will corn

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    Many parts of basic will be an assembly line. Just try to pay attention when they are explaining what to do.

    We had one guy opt out of the MGIB, and the TI went nuts making sure that he knew what he had just signed out of.
     
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    cbs_24 OT Supporter

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    just watch out for the hoses up your ass and penis.
     
  5. eightsevenzero

    eightsevenzero New Member

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    lulz will do
     
  6. Julius

    Julius Guest

    This. DO NOT SIGN UP FOR SOME SHITTY BANK THAT RESIDES OUTSIDE OF YOUR BCT/OSUT LOCATION. USAA or NavyFCU are the only ways to go.
     
  7. eightsevenzero

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    so i already have a bank of america account since i was 18. should i use the USAA instead?
     
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    when i joined they had those 2 year enlistments and the civilian ladies scolded some of the infantry guys cuz they only signed up for 2 years and they wouldn't get the GI bill and all that jazz
     
  9. cossack

    cossack Resident thread killer

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    no for now just keep you bank of america account and bring a voided check or have the routing and account numbers
     
  10. Julius

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    bleh i wasnt right when i typed that. just keep your current account.

    don't pass up USAA in the future when you're doing insurance, though.

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