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Rep. Rogers Office Hosts Service Academy Night With Alabama Senators Offices

OPELIKA, AL – The office of U.S. Representative Mike Rogers (AL-03) hosted a Service Academy Night for high school students with the offices of U.S. Senators Katie Britt (R-AL) and Tommy Tuberville (R-AL). This night served as an informational event for high school students in the area interested in attending a U.S. Service Academy. Representatives from each of the academies and the Alabama Delegation offices were able to inform students on the nomination process and academy life. 

“My office was proud to host an informational Service Academy Night for local high schoolers with our Alabama Senate offices,” said Rep. Rogers. “This night is a great opportunity for high schoolers interested in attending our nation’s service academies to connect with representatives from the academies and learn more about these great institutions. I am excited to start the nomination process this fall and send more of Alabama’s great students to the Academies.”

“Our national security depends on strong leaders in the next generation who are willing to defend America at home and abroad,” said Senator Tuberville. “It is encouraging to see so many students across our great state who are interested in answering this call to serve. The high attendance at each of our information sessions gives me hope for the future of our national defense and security. Nominating students for appointments to a U.S. Service Academy is one of my favorite things about being a senator, and I’m looking forward to the upcoming nominations for the Class of 2028.”

“Alabamians have a long history of answering our nation’s call of duty, and our next generation is no exception,” said Senator Britt. “I’m proud to work alongside Chairman Rogers, Coach Tuberville, and our entire congressional delegation to host these informational sessions for students interested in attending our service academies, and I look forward to nominating some of our state’s best and brightest to attend these outstanding institutions.”

Students interested in attending a Service Academy can learn more about the nomination process here or by calling Rep. Rogers Opelika office at (334) 745-6221.


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