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Idaho Delegation Announces Military Service Academy Days

WASHINGTON – The Idaho Congressional delegation announced another year of Service Academy Day learning sessions across Idaho. Beginning in March, these conferences offer students, parents, and counselors the space to meet with members of U.S. Military Service Academies and provide an opportunity for questions. Staff from Senator Risch, Senator Crapo, Congressman Simpson, and Congressman Fulcher’s respective offices will be on hand to answer questions about the application process for students who are seeking more information on the nomination process.

Similar to last year’s events, five service academies will be represented, including the U.S. Military Academy, the U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Air Force Academy, and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. While a Congressional nomination is not necessary to attend the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, representatives will also be in attendance.

Below are the details of each Service Academy Day:

Central Idaho
March 05, 2020
Lewiston High School
1114 9th Avenue

North Idaho
March 12, 2020
North Idaho College
Edminster Student Union Building
495 College Drive
Coeur d’Alene

South Idaho
April 04, 2020
Gowen Field, MG Kane Auditorium
Readiness Center, Building #440

East Idaho
April 11, 2020
Idaho National Guard Armory
10714 Fairgrounds Road

Students who wish to learn more about applying for a military academy nomination, but are unable to attend one of the Academy Day events, are invited to contact any of the following academy nomination coordinators for more information:

Senator Jim Risch
Frances Hasenoehrl

Senator Mike Crapo
Karen Roetter

Congressman Mike Simpson
Craig Quarterman

Congressman Russ Fulcher
Tori Shockey

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