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GIBill

How do I go about using my GIBill to take the Exam?

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Re: GIBill

The VA is a good place to start.

https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/licensing_certification.asp

A caveat though. Using the bill the pay for the test will use one month of benefit; no matter the cost between $200 and $2k. Compared to a month of college+the living stipend, it's monetarily not worth it if you have any other options (which you do).

A better route would be leveraging the IVMF program from the University of Syracuse. Depending on when you separated/retired they have sub-programs that you can apply into. I'd highly recommend starting there. If you're accepted into the CISSP track and complete their provided training, they'll provide you with a voucher for free.

https://ivmf.syracuse.edu/

Ryan
Have: CISSP, CASP, CCNA: Security, CCNA: Routing and Switching, ITIL Foundations, Palo Alto ACE7

Pursuing: CCNP: Routing and Switching
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Re: GIBill

Here is a link that might answer your question.  My class looked into this for the SANS GSE exam.

 

https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/licensing_certification.asp