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Wings Over America Scholarships

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March 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Wings Over America Scholarship Foundation is sponsoring scholarships to further the post-secondary education of deserving students. Scholarships are to be used only for tuition and tuition-based fees charged by the college for A.A, A.S., B.A, B.S. or technical certification. This is for undergraduate work only. Applicants must be dependents of active duty members or former members (retired, honorably discharged or deceased) of the U.S. Navy. Any spouse or child (natural born, adopted or step-child) of a member of the U.S. Navy who has died while on active duty serving with a Naval Air Force unit as described above, may qualify, regardless of the length of service of the deceased parent. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 770 lynnhaven parkway
  • Suite 155
  • Virginia Beach, VA 23452
  • scholarship@wingsoveramerica.us
  • 757-228-3532

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Cheyenne D  on 8/16/2019 6:50:43 PM

My father was in a vehicle accident and suffers from brain injury and is a quadriplegic. His only income is SS Diability. Am I eligible for any scholarships?

Michele R.  on 5/6/2019 3:58:12 PM

Is my son eligible to apply if his grandfather (my Dad) served in the Navy? My Dad passed away last year.

Adriana M  on 8/27/2018 2:49:16 PM

Can my daughter apply for this scholarship if her dad was in the Navy for 4 years. Is this enough time?

Brenna T  on 5/2/2015 9:36:30 PM

yes - my grandfather is a US Navy Aviator served in WWII, Korea, and Vietnam - he is still alive! My father is a US Army Ranger Colonel.

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