December 1919

To Disabled Marine Corps Officers and Enlisted Men

Volume 4, Issue 4
Author: 

YOUR government will pay the expenses of a professional or vocational education for any man who has been discharged from the service, and whom the Bureau of War Risk Insurance has declared to be a compensable case, provided re-training is feasible in the judgment of the Board.

In addition to paying the tuition expenses of the education, the man will be paid either a minimum of $65 a month or the base pay of his last month of active service, whichever is the greater, during the entire time that he is being re-educated.

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