We are proud to announce the recipients for the 2017-2018 school year of the US Army Ranger Association’s Michael B. Ranger Legacy Scholarship as well as the USARA administered 1st Lt. del Castillo Scholarship.  The recipients are as follows:


Anastasia R. Milton
1st Lt. del Castillo Scholarship
   
Joshua Ethan Tysor
1st Lt. del Castillo Scholarship
 


Gabriel Virgil Orndorff
1st Lt. del Castillo Scholarship
 

 
Haley Elizabeth Hamilton
Michael B. Ranger Legacy Scholarship
 


Matthew David Hall
Michael B. Ranger Legacy Scholarship
   


Elizabeth Marie Milton
Michael B. Ranger Legacy Scholarship
 

Summer Abey Stuart
Michael B. Ranger Legacy Scholarship

 

Braden Tyler Rapp
Michael B. Ranger Legacy Scholarship

Rebecca Louis Webb
Michael B. Ranger Legacy Scholarship
   

Each recipient of the del Castillo Scholarship has been awarded a $5000 grant, courtesy of  the generosity of the family of 1st LT. Dimitri del Castillo. Each recipient of the Michael B. Ranger Legacy Scholarship will receive an award ranging from $3000 to $1000, courtesy of the generosity of donations made to USARA throughout the year. Because the MBRLS is based solely on donations, we ask that you please consider making a contribution in 2018 if you are in a position to do so. Every dollar contributed helps the families of your Ranger Brothers and our Country’s future.

Criteria and eligibility for the two scholarship is as follows:

1st Lt. del Castillo Scholarship

Applicants must be a qualified child or spouse of a fallen tabbed or scrolled Ranger. The term “qualified child” is defined as an unmarried child of a fallen tabbed or scrolled ranger (included those legally adopted) who is under the age of 23 for the entire academic year. The term “qualified spouse” is defined as the person legally married to the fallen Ranger at the time of his death; and not remarried at the time of application for the scholarship. The term “fallen tabbed or scrolled Ranger” means 1) a Ranger who a) graduated from Ranger School and was awarded the Ranger Tab, or b) served with the 75th Ranger Regiment in a Ranger slot; and, 2) was killed in combat or training. This includes those who died in a hospital later as a result of critical wounds related to combat or training.

In any given year, if no applications meeting the eligibility requirements above are received, then the eligibility requirements for the MBRLS shall apply.

Michael B. Ranger Legacy Scholarship

Applicants must be a qualified dependent of a USARA member. The term “qualified dependent” is defined as an unmarried child; grandchild or great-grandchild of a USARA member (included those legally adopted) who is under the age of 23 for the entire applicable academic year. The term “USARA member” is defined as an individual who at the time of application 1) has been a Regular Member (Annual or Life) of USARA for a minimum of one year; or 2) a deceased Regular Member of USARA.


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