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Thinking it over

Iraq veteran Fred Hockney is using the study of philosophy at Wright State University to help unlock the mystery of his experience.

WWII veteran shares his stories via social media

Jim Martin was in the now famous 506th parachute infantry regiment featured in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers. Jim has began connecting with social media where he has since reached celebrity status by sharing his stories.

Veterans radio project

Wright State University’s Veteran and Military Center is collaborating with public radio station WYSO to create a series of stories on local veterans’ experiences transitioning to civilian life.


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Fall 2015

Fall Semester begins Monday, August 31st. This will greatly impact your BAH or monthly stipend.  BAH for Post 9/11, Post 9/11 Transfer of Entitlement, and monthly stipends (Chapters 30, 1606/1607, 35 DEA, and Vocational Rehabilitation) are paid on a 30 day cycle.  Therefore, you will receive a payment on or around September 1st for one day only.

To calculate your payment, take your normal payment and divide by 30.  This is your daily rate and is the estimated August payment. For example, 100% Post 9/11 student enrolled full-time receives $1,200 for a full month - 1200/30=40.  The estmated August payment is $40.00.

The next full 30 day payment will be received on or around October 1st. This will be a full payment for the month of September.

Please note programs and/or courses that are on a flex schedule may differ.

If you have specific questions about your payment and/or courses, please call, stop in, or email the center. We are open throughout August, Monday-Thursday 8:30am-5:00pm and Friday 8:00am-4:00pm.

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Air Force’s Tech Warrior exercise conducted at Wright State’s National Center for Medical Readiness

Air Force scientists and engineers donned battle gear and grabbed M-16 rifles for a combat exercise at Wright State's Calamityville to field-test the technologies they helped develop in the lab.
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Collaborative effort leads to $7M in federal funding for regional growth

Wright State collaborates with governments, other higher education institutions and businesses to secure federal grant to build the region’s commercialization infrastructure and support workforce development.
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Staff honored for providing excellent service to Wright State

The President's Awards for Excellence recognizes the vital role that classified and unclassified staff play in promoting and maintaining excellence at Wright State.
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