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Listing all would take up too much space here. You're best bet would be to talk to a spouse and ask the same question. I do know that the military helps out some military spouses wth tuition fees if the spouse wants to pursue a career oriented academic program. One of the online centres that partners with the miliary is CareerStep. Career Step's MyCAA funding can help you become proficient in a growing career field related to medicine or computers.

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