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For over 29 years Captain Pete Freeman was the heart and soul of the initial Reunion called the Retired Aviation Supply Marines (RASM). Captain Freeman was always an advocate, and encouraged the Reunion to encompass all Aviation Logisticians and sub¬sequently his wishes became a reality, and the Reunion name and purpose was changed to Aviation Logistics Marines. This Scholarship has been established in his name as a continuing reminder of the legacy of Aviation Logistics. The organization is now a member of the Marine Corps Aviation Association as the Don E. Davis Squadron. This scholarship is available to all dependents (Wife, Husband, Children), or Grandchildren, of Aviation Logisticians (Aircraft Maintenance, Aviation Ord¬nance, Avionics, or Aviation Supply), who are active duty, reserve, retired, or former Marines.
We are looking for a Few Outstanding Students out there in our Community that have earned, through hard work, to be rewarded for their efforts. So take advantage of a Great Opportunity and allow the Don Davis Squadron help someone obtain a good education!
Application submissions will be accepted until 30 May (of the year applied in)

Mail all applications to:

MCAA Don E. Davis Squadron Marine Scholarship
P.O. Box 71841
Albany, GA 31708-1841

Criteria for Applications
A. Name: (Last, First and M.I.)
B. Age:
C. Sex:
D. Address: (Street/PO Box, City, State, Zip Code)
E. Major or Skill to be studied:
F. Sponsor’s Name, Relationship, Phone# and/or e-mail:
G. Provide a certified copy of grades transcript by high school, community college or college/university
H. Provide SAT/ACT score results, grade point average and class standing (high school graduates)
I. Provide confirmation of credit hours enrolled in a selected community college or college/university

J. Provide an essay of 150 words or less which includes:
1. Why you have chosen your selected profession
2. Your plans for the future
3. Why you should receive this scholarship

NOTE: Scholarship applications will be treated as privileged information. The ALM maintains a policy of non-discrimination; therefore, the scholarship will be awarded without regard to Rank, Race, Color, Religion, Age, Sex, or Handicap.

It has been our Honor and Privilege to award Pete Freeman Memorial Scholarships each year to worthy recipients based on their past scholastic accomplishments, and their desire to further excel in academics. Our scholarship program is open to Spouses, Children, and Grand Children of any active duty or retired Aviation Logistician.

We strongly encourage anyone that have Spouses, Children or Grandchildren that are interested in applying to submit an application As soon as poossible.
We will award as many $500 scholarships as possible.

Please send all donations to:
MCAA Donald E Davis Squadron
P.O. Box 71841
Albany, GA 31708-1841

and indicate Scholarship or Admin on your check.


Thanks for the Support

We would like to thank the following for sending us their generous donations for the Pete Freeman Scholarship Foundation and ALM Administrative costs.

Corporate support/contribuitions
Lockheed Martin Corp.

Individual support/contributions
Sam Flores, Jim Garner, Jim Brander, Joe Knagge, Paul Simkonis, Joe Featherston, Jim Rogers, Bart Consford, Laura Sampsel, Luke Bolenbarker, Jim Payne, Otis DeLoach, Rick Owen, Pete Lynch, Charlie Caproni, Joe Buranosky, "Chub" Madden, Tom Devine, Eugene Spann, G. Lee Radford, Otto Linden, Marty Zigovsky, Joe Chisholm, Carl Hubbell, and All those folks who just dropped money in the Hospitality Room donation jar at the Reunion!