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    There's that dirty little word "hope" again. Hope isn't going to solve our problems. Electing qualifed people who can really make a difference(dem or repub) will. If the average american voter would spend just 3 hours researching the positions of the candidates on their particular ballot and come up with a "informed" decision on who they will vote for, then we wouldn't be in this situation. Unfortuantly, most americans do not take the time to check out the ballot in advance and tend to vote for whoever the last candidate they saw on TV or in the mailer and we end up voting those folks in regardless if they can do the job or not.
    There's the other problem, its not just between dem and GOP, there are more parties out there and usually they will do a better job cause they are more concerned with their voters than the establishment they represent.
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    They should have just cut it back to 75% as it was before. Only those that wanted the degree got it cause they had to put forth their own money for it. Now $500 per class (depending where you are) is more than I can afford at this time and deffinately more than most airmen will be able to shell out just to get a CCAF.
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    Re: Tuition-aid cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by WILDJOKER5 View Post
    They should have just cut it back to 75% as it was before. Only those that wanted the degree got it cause they had to put forth their own money for it. Now $500 per class (depending where you are) is more than I can afford at this time and deffinately more than most airmen will be able to shell out just to get a CCAF.
    Luckily a degree (other than the free CCAF you can get) is not a necessity for military service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandsjames View Post
    Luckily a degree (other than the free CCAF you can get) is not a necessity for military service.
    Usually the CCAF isnt needed for your job either. But to get the mark up from the bullet for your EPR it usually is.
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