Scouting, Volume 78, Number 3, March-April 1990 Page: 11
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11 college instructors^
The men and women of the Army National
Guard would like to give you an education.
Lesson One: Economics. College isn't cheap.
Lesson Two: Finance. But by serving in the
Army National Guard you can qualify for the
Montgomery GI Bill-and earn up to $18,000 to-
wards college. By serving as little as one week-
end a month and two weeks a year, you can just
about cover your tuition.
Lesson Three: Psychology. The Guard will
also teach you things about yourself you never
knew. You'll gain self-confidence. You'll find out
what you're made of. And just how much more
you're capable of doing.
Lesson Four: Philosophy. Whether you're
operating a tank or assisting in an operating
room, you'll be part of making America a
For additional information on how to continue
your education, return this coupon or please
call 1-800-638-7600 or contact your local Army
National Guard recruiting office.
^ Mail to: Army National Guard, PO Box 564, Hanover, Maryland 21076
Phone Number L
□ No Date of Birth.
U. S. Citizen □ Yes
Soc. Sec. No.
I am: □ In High School □ In College
□ H.S. Graduate □ College Graduate
Prior Military Service: □ Yes □ No
I understand thei e is no obligation. The information you volun-
tarily provide, including your social security number, will be
used for recruiting purposes only. Your SSN will be used to
analyze responses. Authority: IQUSC-503.
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