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Cadet Candidate Lefagaoalii Annie Amosa will receive offer of appointment to USAFA

WASHINGTON D.C. — Congressman Faleomavaega announced this week that he has been informed that Cadet Candidate Lefagaoalii Annie Amosa has successfully completed the course requirements at the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) Preparatory School and will, upon her graduation on May 21ST, receive an offer of appointment to attend the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
 
“I am very pleased to learn about Lefagaoalii Annie Amosa’s success at the USAFA Preparatory School,” Faleomavaega said. “I commend her for her hard work, desire and determination that has now earned her an opportunity to gain admittance to the Air Force Academy and subsequently achieve her goal to become a leader, serving as an officer in the U.S. Armed Forces.”
 
Amosa is a graduate of Samoana High School and is the daughter of Mr. Aliimuamua Emau Rapi and Ainuu Taase Amosa of Tafuna, American Samoa.
 
“Obtaining an appointment to a U.S. service academy is no easy feat and I would like to congratulate Cadet Candidate Amosa as well as her parents and teachers for her success. I have every confidence that she has the academic and physical ability to succeed at the Air Force Academy and I wish her the best of luck,” Faleomavaega concluded.
 
Cadets who are successful in gaining admission to the U.S. Air Force Academy, which is ranked among the top rated educational institutions in the United States, can look forward to being challenged academically and physically. They will also receive a four-year cost-free education valued at more than $415,000. Upon graduation, cadets are awarded with a Bachelor of Science degree and are commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Air Force.



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