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Military

Recruiter Information & Monthly Visits

AIR FORCE / SPACE FORCE
1st Tuesdays

T Sergeant Ryan Masker
816.468.5729
6900 NW 83rd Street Ste C
KCMO 64152
ryan.masker@us.af.mil 

ARMY
3rd  Thursdays

Staff Sergeant Brandon Uzzel
816.521.8035
8549 N. Church Rd
Kansas City, MO 64157

brandon.d.uzzel.mil@army.mil 

COAST GUARD
1st Mondays

ISC Ben Applewhite  816.359.1628
2334 Armour Rd. N.
Kansas City, MO 64116 
benjamin.p.applewhite@uscg.mil 

MARINES
2nd Mondays

Sergeant Jackson Sacbibit
816.436.3973
6900 NW 83 Terrace 
Kansas City, MO 64152
jackson.sacbibit@marines.usmc.mil 

MO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
3rd Mondays

TSgt James Brando
816.341.3611

7815 N. Oak Trafficway 
Kansas City, MO 64118

James.brando@us.af.mil

NATIONAL GUARD
4th Thursdays

Sergeant Nathan King
 816.522.8067

7829 N Oak Trafficway
North Kansas City, MO
nathan.p.king2.mil@army.mil 

NAVY 
2nd Tuesdays

DC2 (SW) Ethan V. Ludwig
816.749.3365
6900 NW 83rd St.
Kansas City, MO 64152
ethan.v.ludwig.mil@us.navy.mil 

WE SALUTE YOU

The ASVAB Test
Liberty High School - Test Date: March 5, 2024

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a useful assessment to all students regardless of their career path or future plans.  Not only does the test provide valuable information, it can also meet an LPS student's MVA (Market Value Asset) requirement!  Simply take the test and attend a result review session to meet MVA requirements!

You can sign up here.  There are also practice tests you can use to prepare.  The ASVAB is a timed, multi-aptitude test, which is given at more than 14,000 schools and Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS) nationwide provides valuable feedback to young people interested in exploring their aptitudes.  The ASVAB tests ten different subject areas and may help reveal which career path is right for them!

General science | Arithmetic reasoning | Word knowledge |Paragraph comprehension | Mathematics knowledge | Electronic information | Auto and shop information | Mechanical comprehension |Assembling objects | Verbal expression

Military Academies

One option for a four-year college degree is to consider applying to a military academy.  It is important to research and begin the application process early on during the junior year of high school; however, academic preparation should begin starting in the freshman year.

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY   

Colorado Springs, CO 
www.usafa.af.mil
800-443-9266 

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY 

West Point, NY
www.usma.edu
845-938-4041

UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY 

Annapolis, MD
www.usna.edu
410-293-4361

UNITED STATES COAST GUARD ACADEMY   

New London, CT
www.cga.edu
800-883-8724

UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY 

Kings Point, NY
www.usmma.edu 
866-546-4778

Additional Considerations:

  • The education attained is a first-rate, a four-year degree from a well-respected college, paid for with a full-tuition scholarship. 
  • Entrance to one of the service academies requires a significant commitment, carrying a military obligation in the respective service.
  • Classes, majors, sports and activities can be similar to public or private college experiences, but there is a distinct military orientation to the undergraduate experience.
  • Academic preparation should begin early in a student's high school career.  The application process should start during the junior year.
  • Some of the academies will require a nomination, primarily by a Congressman.  Most members of Congress will not process requests after October of the senior year.  Qualifications include not only academics but also physical and medical qualifications.
  • To contact your Representative or Senator go to the sites below and enter your state of residence.

U.S. House of Representatives  http://www.house.gov/

U.S. Senate  http://www.senate.gov/

$200,000 Scholarship Opportunity

Don't let this opportunity pass you by!

Consider applying for the Naval Reserve Officiers Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship.

NROTC Scholorship Information