The Arkansas National Guard Foundation (ANGF) through its endowment maintains funds to award annual scholarships to the primary next of kin, including parents, surviving spouses, (so long as they remain unmarried until the age 55), and children (under the age of 23) of Arkansas National Guard members who lose their lives during the term of their enlistment regardless of duty status or manner of death are eligible to apply for scholarships awarded by the ANGF Survivor Scholarship Program. Siblings of fallen service members eligible if there was a loco parent’s relationship.

Deadline to Apply is JULY 15


The Arkansas National Guard Foundation (ANGF) is launching a new Scholarship specifically for those Arkansas National Guard members who are attending a trade school or other certificate producing course. The Trade School may be used for any and all expenses related to the pursuit of a trade or skill at an accredited Arkansas Vocational School, College or University included in the list provided by the Arkansas Department of Human Services. A scholarship selection committee will review applications and award scholarships based on the Order of Merit List that they develop.

Deadline to Apply is JULY 15


SGT “Doc” Collier was a combat medic in the Arkansas National Guard who volunteered to deploy to Iraq with the 39th Infantry Brigade in 2004. He was killed in action in October of 2004 heading into enemy fire to provide aid to a mortally wounded fellow soldier. The AR National Guard Foundation has chosen to name their Inaugural golf tournament for education and professional development goals to honor Silver Star recipient “Doc” Collier’s heroic sacrifice.

August 9