The Wingman Foundation seeks to honor the legacy of the fallen Sailors and Marines by administering scholarships in their honor.
As an extension of our primary mission to honor to the sacrifices, we promote the educational endeavors of those who served and those who are left behind.
currently active scholarships
Sailors and Marines with a history of service in aviation units or family members of fallen service members within this category are eligible
deadline: December 31, 2017
Colorado natives between the ages of 16 - 25 are eligible
deadline: March 31, 2018
scholarships to be announced
Family members (to include extended family) of fallen Sailors and Marines
deadline: April 30, 2017
Graduating Senior from Cabrillo High School of Lompoc, California (Landon's alma matter)
deadline: April 21, 2017 (to be turned in a Cabrillo High School)
2015 Inaugural LtCol Chris "Otis" Raible Educational Grant Recipient
Amy Looney was our well-deserving recipient of the inaugural 2015 LtCol Chris "Otis" Raible Educational Grant. Amy's track record of strong public service and educational excellence made her a most deserving awardee.
"In 2015, I was the first recipient of the LtCol Chris "Otis" Raible Educational Grant to use towards completing my Master's in Public Administration at George Washington University. This scholarship provided me with the ability to take two additional classes this past summer in order for me to complete my program by December 2016. Without this scholarship and the ability to take these extra courses over the summer, I would have not been able to complete my program until 2017. Working full time while completing a graduate program can take a toll on your time and schedule. Having the ability to complete the program this December has already paid off for me as I am currently in the process of accepting a new leadership role at work. I was also accepted into the Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society at GW's Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Administration. I felt honored to have been afforded the opportunity to carry on the legacy of LtCol Raible while pursuing and successfully completing my Master's program. I am thankful to the Wingman Foundation for supporting me and challenging me to do my best in striving to meet my professional and educational goals. "
2016 LtCol Chris "Otis" Raible Educational Grant Recipients
TEGEn griffith and brennan shearer were both awarded the 2016 LtCol Chris "Otis" Raible Educational Grant. tegen, and undergrad student at university of wisconsin-stevens point, and Brennan, a grad student at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, have been active in veterans causes since leaving active duty.
Here is a look at the efforts made by dedicated individuals to honor the legacy of Christopher Raible