Best for Vets 2014: We rank the top colleges for active duty and vets in this week's print issue of the Army Times


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See our 2014 rankings of the top colleges for soldiers. Some of the factors we took a look at include how each college supports soldiers and vets, their academic quality and the financial aid they offer. Some good news: More traditional universities are embracing distance learning. See our 2014 rankings of the Best for Vets colleges in the Nov. 18 print issue of Army Times, on sale now.

Also in this week’s issue: As the Army enters a large period of  force reduction, staying in is getting harder. With the fiscal 2014 reenlistment window opening for some active duty soldiers, they have five options for re-enlistment. See what they are in the print issue.

After three years and an estimated $10 million in search of new camo, the Army has now decided it is not a priority. Are you stuck with the universal camouflage pattern? Find out what could happen next in the search for new camo.



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