Senator David Perdue Announces Service Academy Nominees

ATLANTA, GA – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) today announced the appointments of 19 Georgia students nominated by his office to the United States Service Academies. On Monday, June 6, 2016, Senator Perdue will be holding a breakfast in honor of the young women and men who have been nominated and offered an appointment to one of the United States Service Academies.

“Georgia has a strong military community. We are surrounded by families, friends, and neighbors that have tirelessly served our great country. The strength of our future is in our students who choose to pursue this great honor,” said Senator Perdue. “I am proud to have nominated these young leaders for admission to our United States Service Academies, and I look forward to seeing these fine students excel and lead at the highest level.”

The following students have been nominated by Senator Perdue:

U.S. Naval Academy

Andrew Murphy – Lawrenceville
Zachary Toole – Bainbridge
Caleb Corban – LaGrange
Jeesoo Chon – Johns Creek
Christopher Lumley – Buford

U.S. Air Force Academy

Anastasia Choi – Alpharetta
Jacob Heydinger – Dewy Rose
Jonathan Lin – Johns Creek
Dustin Priaulx – Warner Robins
Coen Williams – Brookhaven
Jack Bluth – Alpharetta
Parker Spearman – Dunwoody

U.S. Military Academy

Daniel Archer – Chickamauga
Palmer Fields – Kennesaw
Alexander Herndon – Savannah
Calli McMullen – Haddock

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Carissa Buonerba – Tyrone
John Gallagher – Clarkesville
Joshua McMahon – Acworth