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Rep. Loudermilk Announces Military Service Academy Appointments

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Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) announced that nineteen students from Georgia’s 11th Congressional District have received appointments to attend a U.S. military service academy.

“Being accepted to one of our nations exceptional military service academies is a life changing achievement that requires hard work and determination from a very young age. It’s a tremendous honor to have nominated these students, because the nomination process is a responsibility my office takes very seriously. Our academy selection board only selects the best and brightest from Georgia’s 11th Congressional district. Congratulations on being among those chosen to represent our state and district at some of the most revered institutions in our nation.”

Each year, Members of Congress are tasked with nominating students from their own district to attend our nation’s prestigious service academies. Appointees are awarded full four-year scholarships, which includes tuition, housing, and books.

United States Military Academy

Noah Anderson, Harrison High School

Sean Byrne, United States Military Academy, West Point Preparatory School

Jameson Connors, Woodward Academy

Matthew Davis, Harrison High School

Koen Dolezar, Blessed Trinity Catholic High School

Blaze Kennedy, Canton Homeschool Resources

Jack Pirinelli, Blessed Trinity Catholic High School

United States Naval Academy

Avery Aschwege, Harrison High School

Christopher Binney, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School

United States Air Force Academy

Brian Bradley, River Ridge High School

Levi Brown, Allatoona High School

Kayli Hilburn, Adairsville High School

Ty Hubert, Creekview High School

William Laine, Harrison High School

Grant Rhame, The Lovett School

Joel Stahl, Cherokee High School

Tyler Stevens, Creekview High School

United States Coast Guard Academy

Charlie Thorne, Sequoyah High School

United States Merchant Marine Academy

James Gleeson, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School