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Scholarships for Air Force enlisted members' dependent children, AFSA International Auxiliary members now available

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  • Air Force Sergeants Association
The Air Force Sergeants Association, the Airmen Memorial Foundation, and the Chief Master Sergeants of the Air Force join together annually to conduct a scholarship program to financially assist the undergraduate studies of eligible, dependent children of Air Force active duty, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve Command enlisted members, and AFSA members in active, retired, or veteran status.

To date, the AFSA Scholarship programs have granted 1.5 million to dependents of the Air Force enlisted. Dependent youth who have a grade point average of 3.5 of higher and a minimum combined SAT score of 1650 or minimum combined ACT score of 24 are encouraged to submit an application. More criteria and application package information is available on the AFSA website: All completed applications packets must be received at AFSA Headquarters no later than Monday, March 31, 2008. Incomplete packages are ineligible for the competition.

The Air Force Sergeants Association promotes enlisted concerns to enhance their quality of life, assures the preservation of entitlements earned through service and sacrifice, and maintains a vigilant presence on Capitol Hill. AFSA is a partner in enlisted members' careers and their lives. For additional information visit the website: