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ASVAB Question of the Week: March 18, 2015

Here is our practice ASVAB question for this week - the answer is posted below in the comments!

Despite DoD warnings, it looks like sequestration may return again this year. If that happens, the Army is only going to want to take in the best and the brightest that it can find. If you want to enlist, make sure your ASVAB score isn't the only thing standing between you and your dream job - check out our ASVAB study materials right over here: http://army.com/info/asvab/general

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ASVAB Question of the Week: March 11, 2015

Here is our ASVAB practice question for this week - the answer is posted below in the Comments section.

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What You Should Know About Army Spouse Education Benefits

The Army offers money for college to help spouses of soldiers complete their educational goals. These programs include:
 

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Colleges Offering Army ROTC Programs in 2015

The following colleges and universities offer Army ROTC or facilitate a local satellite ROTC unit for a host institution for 2015:

Alabama A&M University

Alcorn State University

Bowie State University

Central State University

Elizabeth City State University

Florida A&M University

Fort Valley State University

Grambling State University

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Applying to the Army Women's Legacy Foundation Scholarship? Take Note of Changes!

The Army Women's Foundation Legacy Scholarship program provides financial support for the educational goals of Army women and their children in certificate programs, community college coursework, undergraduate degrees, and graduate degrees. All coursework must be completed at accredited institutions. Scholarships are based on merit, academic potential, community service, letters of recommendation, and need.

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Take Advantage of Georgia Tech's Veteran's Education Training and Transition Program

Georgia Tech's new Veteran's Education Training and Transition Program offers active duty service members and veterans four weeks of no-cost training that translates military values into successful civilian careers.

One of the first programs of its kind, the program offers customized content provided by employers, along with three weeks of hands-on experience in corporate-sponsored internships.
 
For more information about the program, visit the program page.

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ASVAB Question of the Week: March 4, 2015

Here is our ASVAB practice question for this week - the answer is posted in the comments below!

The Army is getting more competitive, and they have already announced higher ASVAB scores for some Special Operations MOSs (http://army.com/blog/topical/army-needs-5000-special-operations-soldiers). Make sure you get the MOS you want - visit http://army.com/info/asvab/general and start your ASVAB prep today!

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Changes on Tap for NCO 2020 Program

One of the most extensive polling efforts in the Army's history, the online NCO 2020 survey gathered responses from 400,000 soldiers with opinions about the redesign of the NCO Education System. The results of the poll are calling for several big changes to the program, with pilot evaluations on tap for the following:

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Find Out MRE Nutrition Online

A new website has launched, giving soldiers (and civilians) a look into the nutrition information of all sorts of military rations!

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Army Needs 5,000 Special Operations Soldiers

Although the Army has been steadily shrinking thanks to budget and personnel cuts over the past several years, if you are interested in a job in the Special Operations side of things, you should take action NOW!

Officials from the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion (SORB), say that they are looking for about 3,000 candidates to attend Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS) - about 2,000 active-duty enlisted, 1,500 new recruits for the 18X program, and 400 officers.

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