I am going to join the marine corps. do any benefits extend to my parents? once i join or after 20 years?

My parents will only sign for me if some they get somethin out of it.

Asked By: Peter - 10/13/2009
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Gee... what they flippin get is a son who made the conceptual jump make something of his self and and has a good solid job... More
Answered By: jackson - 10/14/2009
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Semper -Fi...they get free health insurance If your doing infantry major respect bro
Answered By: ich bin nazistisch - 10/13/2009
Your military benefits do not extend to anyone except your dependents. If your parents become your dependents (maybe later on in life) they could become eligible for some dependent benefits. For the most part, no benefits would be extended to parents.
Answered By: David K - 10/13/2009
Your parents dont get anything in the way of benefits unless you die, or you suffer a life altering wound or injury. They'll be able to join USAA federal savings bank though! It's a good deal, you should look into it. Best bank I've ever been with. They only serve military/vets and their families.
Answered By: RS - 10/13/2009
Your parents will only get benefits if they are dependent on you. If they won't sign, wait until you're eighteen. It can't be that much longer, since you have to graduate high school before you can enlist anyway.
Answered By: Megarin - 10/13/2009
No they will not, other than having one less mouth to feed.
Answered By: Nancy - 10/13/2009
They could get benefits if... More
Answered By: Scott - 10/13/2009
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Answered By: Sim Sim Salabim! - 10/13/2009
Neither :o( unless you give them money, or they become your dependents, which means your parents would have to live with you- hardly ideal for an 18 year old dude... Maybe you could work out some sweet deal for them- You can open a USAA account for them and deposit a certain amount of money for them in it until you... More
Answered By: Lyndsey - 10/13/2009
None that I'm aware of. . It should be enough incentive for your parents that you are getting, dental, meals and living quarters, monthly pay. You know, you can make the service a career by mixing services also. I know someone who spent 4 yrs active Marine Corps, enlisted in Army next, and served... More
Answered By: Mello1 - 10/13/2009
none whatsoever. you cannot add them as secondary dependents unless they are incapable of providing for themselves and you provide at least 51% of all their needs.. and it takes, on average about 2 years to get it approved/ and most of the time.. it is NOT approved... More
Answered By: Mrsjvb - 10/13/2009
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