Rep. Paul Gosar Announces U.S. Service Academy Nominations

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Paul  Gosar, D.D.S (AZ-04) released the following statement after announcing his nominations to the United States Service Academies:

“It is with great pride that I announce my Class of 2017 U.S Service Academy Appointments. These nominees have a proven track record of achievement both inside and outside of the classroom. I am confident they will grow into true leaders at their respected academies.”

The nominees went through a competitive interview process with Congressman Gosar’s Review Board, consisting of Gen. Jim Hunt, Lt. Col. Robert Leech, Col. John Knotts and 1st Lt. Jim Muhr. The honor of attending a service academy comes with an obligation and commitment to serve in the military for a minimum of five years upon graduation.

The nominees are as follows:

U.S. Naval Academy
Alexander Hunley, Prescott Valley

U.S. Naval Prep School
Shelden Phillips, Tuba City

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
Dennis Hull, Globe

U.S. Air Force Academy
Spencer Baldwin, Joseph City
Calvin Boerwinkle, Flagstaff
Zachariah Morris, Flagstaff

U.S. Air Force Prep School
Altin-Myka Ong Hing, Superior

U.S. Military Academy
Levi Rosdahl, Prescott

U.S. Military Academy Prep School
Bryan Dude, Peridot

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