Local Students get Service Academy Nominations from Rep. Owens

Local Students get Service Academy Nominations from Rep. Owens

1.19.2011 <br> Congressman announces nominations to service academies...
Congressman Bill Owens has announced the nomination of 17 students to service academies this year. 

“These academies offer Upstate New York young men and women the opportunity to receive an excellent education while serving their country, and I am pleased to nominate so many for service,” said Owens.  “American service academies help to develop their students morally, mentally and physically.  As a home to Fort Drum, the North Country has long been known for the highest ideals of duty and honor and I look forward to seeing these future leaders carry on that tradition.”

A member of Congress can nominate students to attend an academy if they meet eligibility requirements and submit a detailed application. 

The four service academies that accept nominations include the Air Force, Army, Merchant Marines and the Navy

Owens, an Air Force Veteran, is pleased to announce the nomination of the following individuals to their respective academy:

United State Naval Academy:

  • Nathaniel Brenon, Brownville
  • Nicholas Koen, Hamilton
  • Mason Rabalais, Oswego
  • Keagan Rios, Clayton
  • Frank Slaunwhite, Canastota

United States Air Force

  • Thomas Burgess, Watertown
  • Katherine McCrum, Theresa
  • Steven Mesmer, Chittenango
  • Jordan Read, Sackets Harbor

United States Military Academy

  • Troy Amnott, Philadelphia
  • Greyson Barr, Cazenovia
  • Nathaniel Brenon, Brownville
  • Matthew Burleson, Fort Drum
  • Christopher Cantrell, Black River
  • Richard Charlton, Fort Drum
  • Sidney Flint, Jay
  • Patrick Kneram, Philadelphia
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