JACKSONVILLE, FL – Congressman Ander Crenshaw, a member of the House Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, announced that his office is currently accepting applications and paperwork from students who are interested in being nominated to one of the nation’s service academies.
“Our service academies are vital in preparing today’s youth to assume the responsibility and leadership required to become our future military leaders. I encourage all students interested in attending the nation’s service academies to begin the application process through my office,” said Crenshaw.
Each year, Congressman Crenshaw nominates students to the nation’s service academies – the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Military Academy at West Point, or Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point.
Students may begin the nomination process to be eligible for a 2016 appointment by a service academy by filling out an application and submitting all relevant paperwork to Crenshaw’s office by October 23, 2015. The process, its requirements, and paperwork can be found on Congressman Crenshaw’s official web site at www.crenshaw.house.gov.