I have asked a lot of question on this forum already, and received a lot of info. So I thought I would put out some info to help other people. Army Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation If you are in the ARMY (maybe other branches) you can take classes at https://mwraonline.com/index.asp that are free and accredited by ACE. Free for military, maybe spouses? Defense Ammunition Center Another one is the http://ammo.okstate.edu/ It is actually a .EDU There are a lot of courses on this site that are worth college credit. It is also free to all military. They range from basic courses on Small Arms Ammunition, cargo container inspection, to has-mat safety. If you are in the ARMY it is best for you to sign up for these courses through ATRRS https://atrrs.army.mil/selfdevctr/catalog/course.aspx so that you can also get promotion points for military education. Double dipping is fun. You can go to acenet.edu and find out what the classes are worth college credit. I am not sure what colleges will take these. They are ACE accredited but in the end it is up to the college if they will accept them and what they will go towards. They will also count as civilian education points since they are college credit if you are looking for promotion points. I hope the information is easy to follow. If you have any questions just post and I will try to answer them. If you are in the ARMY and want help with the promotion points side I can answer most of those too.