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Airman on the Street: What is your opinion on the changes to Military Tuition Assistance?

"I really like the portion where the supervisors are required to approve the military tuition assistance because it encourages supervisors to get involved and be aware of what their Airmen are doing. I also appreciate the fact that tuition assistance will be denied to individuals with UIFs, referral EPRs and those on control rosters. Tuition assistance is a benefit and it encourages the Airmen who are consistently doing the right thing to focus on the whole Airman concept." - Master Sgt. Angela Womack, 12th Air Force (Air Forces Southern) First Sergeant.

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