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Hice to Host Annual Military Service Academy Day

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Washington, August 1, 2018 | comments

Milledgeville, GA – Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) today announced that he will host his annual Service Academy Day on Saturday, August 18th on the campus of Georgia Military College.  The event is designed to familiarize students with the application and nomination process for the Nation’s five military service academies.  Students in grades eight through twelve are invited to attend.  The event will take place from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. in the Goldstein Center for the Performing Arts Auditorium, where representatives from the United States Air Force, Naval, Military, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marine Academies will discuss their requirements for admittance. 

“This event is a great way for students to learn how they can receive a world-class education at one of our Nation’s prestigious military academies,” said Congressman Hice.  “Earning an appointment is truly the opportunity of a lifetime.  This includes a full scholarship, resulting in a commission as an officer in the United States Armed Forces upon graduation.”

All students admitted to our Nation’s military service academies must first receive a nomination from at least one member of their state's Congressional Delegation, the Vice President, or the President of the United States.  Students who are seeking Congressman Hice’s nomination should submit a completed application to his office by October 10, 2018.  Visit Congressman Hice’s website to access the application and learn more about the nomination process.

What:  GA-10 Service Academy Day
Who:  America’s Service Academies & Students in Grades Eight through Twelve
When:  Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Where:   Georgia Military College
Goldstein Center for the Performing Arts Auditorium
325 S. Elbert Street
Milledgeville, GA 31061


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