2019 Scholarship Winners:

Capt Daniel Johnston, Wright Brothers Chapter, Wright-Patterson AFB
Lt Danny Plunkett, Big Sky Chapter, Malmstrom AFB
Lt Amy Allgood, Palmetto Chapter, Shaw AFB
Lt Alexis Gerst, Wasatch Warrior Chapter, Hill AFB
TSgt Dennis Kidwell, Wright Brothers Chapter, Wright-Patterson AFB
SSgt Ashley Johnson, Dolomite Chapter, Aviano AB
SrA Hilda Gonzalez, Lightning Chapter, MacDill AFB
A1C Nicholas Grover, Palmetto Chapter, Shaw AFB
A1C Michelle Guilford, Dolomite Chapter, Aviano AB

2018 Scholarship Winners:

SrA Christopher Pollack, Dyess AFB, TX
TSgt Matthew McKissack, Dyess AFB, TX
TSgt Harley Davis, JBER, AK
Mr. Jeffrey Smith, Hill AFB, UT
1st Lt Dylan Lenoir, JBER, AK
1st Lt Kaylie Braun, Beale AFB, CA

2017 Scholarship Winners:

A1C Vance Boswell, Joint Base Charleston, SC
SSgt David Correa, Dyess AFB, TX
SSgt Jose Ruiz, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI
Capt Charles Crooks, Jr, Joint Base Charleston, SC

2016 Scholarship Winners:

TSgt Nicholas Puskarich $3,000, Wright Brothers Chapter
SSgt Kwadralyn Townsend $2,000, Lone Star Chapter
Mr Stoni Warwick  $2,000, Wright Brothers Chapter
SrA Elvis Eseh $2,000, Tidewater Chapter
Ms Tiffany Farris $1,000, Wright Brothers Chapter
SrA Brandon Zepeda $1,000, Lone Star Chapter

2015 Scholarship Winners:

Ms. Deanna Myers
SSgt Matthew Grave
SrA Nicole Dorland
SrA Alexander Basila

2014 Scholarship Winners:

GS-12, Delvyn DesChamps $2,000
SSgt, Robert Folle $2,000
SrA, Richard Saathoff $2,000
GS-07, Jason Davis $1,500
SrA, Mark Peterson $1,500
SrA, Matthew Reynaud $1,500

2013 Scholarship Winners:

MSgt Russell Hanson
MSgt Kristen Chapman
TSgt David Sanchez
SSgt Nathan Carlson
SrA Dwight Patterson
A1C Tyler English

We challenge EVERY LOA chapter to nominate at least one deserving Airman and this includes our civilians, Airmen, NCOs, or junior officers.

As you can appreciate, this year has been filled with challenges for LOA and across our Air Force. Know this, LOA stands committed to creating future logistics leaders. Now more than ever, we need to stand together and lead our Airmen. As we reshape LOA and our Air Force, we must stand tall and send a clear message that education, mentoring and leadership all matter. This is the “secret” of logistics and maintenance, no matter the challenge we find a way forward with the ingenuity of our Airmen to accomplish our mission–no excuses and no shortage of hard work. In short, loggies don’t give-up that easy. Be part of the effort to create the next generation and select your Chapter scholarship nominees.

Please vet and submit your submissions IAW the attached LOA Guidance-3 directly to vp@loanational.org no later than 1 August.  Make a scholarship donation.