Good Afternoon everyone,
I’m getting out of the military in about 6 months and have always had a dream of flying (originally why I joined and applied to the Academy.) I’d like to use my GI Bill to obtain all my certs (and college degree if possible, some out of pocket expenses like my PPL are completely okay.) Not extremely pressed for time, not in a hurry to get to the airlines as I’m just excited to be out of the military and go back to school.
Have looked into and reached out to AeroGuard, ATP, and Arizona State University (where I’d prefer to attend school.) Was wondering if there’s any veterans here that have used their GI Bill benefits towards flight training or attended the ASU Flight Program; and if so, were most if not all costs paid for with their GI Bill? Was building flight hours the only thing left to accomplish? Does the “ATP ASU Program” assist with a flight instructor job to do so, just like the normal ATP program? Would really like to avoid paying the $90,000+ for an accelerated flight training considering I came all this way for my GI Bill… thanks!