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The CH 33 (Post 9/11) GI Bill program went into effect on 01 August 2009. Two Federal Laws govern this program: PL 110-252-June 30, 2008 and PL 111-377-Jan 4, 2011. This program is significantly different from other GI Bill programs so you will need to pay close attention to the information contained within this section. The program is currently the only one that allows Service Members the option to transfer benefits to their spouse and/or dependent(s). 

 General Post 9/11 Eligibility Rules


 Transfer of Education Benefits (TEB)


 What does Ch 33 (Post 9/11) cover


Payments under the program for both the Veteran & their spouse depend on whether or not the Service Member is in an Active Duty status as incidated by law and referenced here. Remember, T32 ADSW DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR CH 33

Click on your specific cateory below for what the program will pay you:

This GI Bill program is different since what is paid out depends on the length of Active Duty service performed after 9/11. The tier rate chart below will help you learn how tier rates are determined.


 Other GI Bill Programs


o Chapter 1606 (MGIB-SR)

o Chapter 30 (MGIB-AD)

o Chapter 1607 (REAP)


 Additional Information