AIRFORCE REPRESENTATIVE AND RECRUITER
Jacob A. Griffith, TSgt, USAF
341 RCS, Enlisted Accessions Recruiter
Office: 512-448-3132 ext. 302
9900 S. IH35 Svc Rd SB, Ste M600
Austin, TX 78748
NOMINATIONS TO THE US SERVICE ACADEMIES
Each year, Congressman John R. Carter, Ranking Member of the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee on Appropriations, Co-chairman of the House Army Caucus and representative for the “great place”, Fort Hood TX nominates outstanding candidates to the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY;
United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD; United States Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO; and the United States Merchant Marines Academy,
Kings Point, NY.
2020 TX 31 US Service Academy applications are now open! We invite you to go to carter.house.gov to download eligibility requirements, application forms, packet deadlines, and the 6th annual Central Texas US Academy Forum flyer for your students.
2020 Central Texas US Academy Forum: Congressman Carter will host the 6th annual Central Texas US Academy Forum on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at
Cedar Ridge High School, Fine Arts Auditorium, 2801 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, TX 78664. This event is FREE, and no preregistration is needed. Students,
parents, and educators will be introduced to the details of the nomination and appointment process. Representatives from all five military service academies,
university ROTC programs and area Congressional offices will be on site to make presentations and answer questions. The forum is a three-hour event and not a
come-and-go academic fair. We look forward to your participation.
For more assistance, please contact Cheryl Hassmann in the Bell County office.
Cheryl Hassmann, District Field Representative & Academy Liaison
Congressman John R. Carter-Texas 31
Bell County Office
6544 B South General Bruce Drive
Temple, TX 76502
254-933-1392 phone 254-933-1650 fax
THIS IS THE DIRECT LINK TO THE INFO and APPLICATION PAGE
The military offers many options for high graduates,
whether through the (1944) GI Bill or the 9/11 GI Bill,
whether you enlist or join as a reservist, and
whether you apply right out of high school or after a few years of college.
Review the following pages to find out more about opportunities for training and careers within the Army:
These links may answer some of your questions:
For further details, ask to be connected to one of our military recruiters.
If one of your parents was in the military, they should call the VA office to find out how much of the GI Bill they can pass on to you. The VA can look up their specific file to determine eligibility and amounts.
THE AFROTC PROGRAM
Interested in a career in the Airforce?
Check out this video sent to our counseling office by Lt Kandell
SHANNON L. KANDELL, 2d Lt, USAF
Cell: (210) 556-5966