US Rep. Ellzey to Co-Host North Texas US Service Academies on April 9th in Fort Worth

Congressional offices of North Texas have joined together to co-host the North Texas U.S. Service
Academies Forum on April 9th, 2022. This event is free and open to the public. It is a great opportunity
for students interested in applying for a service academy to gather information and ask questions to
representatives from each service academy and congressional staff.
Military Academies in the United States offer an excellent option for students who are interested in
serving their country and receiving a quality education at no cost. Students at these institutions typically
receive free tuition, room and board, as well as a small stipend for expenses.
“I encourage anyone interested in serving our country to come to the North Texas U.S. Service
Academies Forum and gather important and interesting information. Attending the Naval Academy was
an honor and remains one of the greatest highlights of my life. If you are interested in attending a service
academy, I urge you to come learn more about the process.”, said Congressman Ellzey.
The North Texas U.S. Service Academy Forum invites high school and middle school students and their
families to attend. The event is being held Saturday, April 9th – registration begins at 7:30 a.m. program
from 8:00 a.m. to noon at the I.M. Terrell Academy for STEM and VPA, 1900 I.M. Terrel Way, Ft.
Worth, Texas, 76102. For more information on this event or the Military Academy nomination process
with the office of Congressman Ellzey, contact Kyler Murphy at 903-602-7860.
Each year, Representative Ellzey will receive many inquiries from Congressional District 6 students who
wish to attend a military service academy. One of the application requirements of all the United States
service academies (except for the United States Coast Guard Academy) is nomination by a government
official. The nominating official is usually a Member of Congress. The military service academies (Army,
Navy, and Air Force) also accept nominations from other government officials.


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