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"It seems to me that all good Americans interested in the growth of their country and sensitive to its honor, should give hearty support to the policies which the Navy League is founded to further.  For the building and maintaining in proper shape of the American Navy, we must rely on nothing but the broad and farsighted patriotism of our people as a whole."
  - Theodore Roosevelt

The Navy League of the United States is a recognized non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Contributions are tax deductible as otherwise provided by law.

Navy and Marine Corps Dependents Education Foundation Scholarship Program

We will start accepting applications in February 2015.  This Scholarship is good for up to $15,000/year for tuition, books, and fees for a maximim of 4 years.

  • Dependent child of active duty, retired, or deceased Naval Service (USN or USMC) resident in the state of California
  • Graduating senior in the top 10% of high school graduating class
  • Evidence of acceptance by an accredited 4-year college or university in the United States
  • Proof of financial need

  • All candidates must complete an application.  If the candidate has had unusual or extraordinary financial hardship in the family, due to loss of job, income, or additional expenses, then they may also complete a Special Circumstances Form, to be submitted with the Application Package.  This form does not apply for mortgages.

    Alexander Kreiglowa, Chief, US Navy (Ret.)

    "I want this scholarship money to go to students who have a strong desire to get ahead and accomplish things."


    2015 Information To Be Published In 2015

    Alexander Kreiglowa was born in Norwich, CT 94 years ago.  He had one brother, who was in the Navy, and five sisters; all who have passed on.  He joined the Navy at the age of 16.  Alex served in the Navy over 20 years and retired as an E-7, Chief Petty Officer, in 1957.  This was the highest enlisted rank in the Navy at that time.  He served on 10 different ships and spent nearly 17 years at sea.  Alex trained young recruits at the Naval Training Center for over 3 years.  Alex said this assignment required long hours, but he found the work very satisfying.

    Alex touched the lives of many young men then, and is continuing that legacy through his Scholarship Program.  When this gracious, humble man was asked about his service to the Navy and his desire for this Scholarship Foundation, he said, "I always worked hard to get ahead and now.  I want to give something back to the Navy and my country.  The Navy was very good to me and I think this is one way I can give back.  I want this scholarship money to go to students who have a strong desire to get ahead and accomplish things."

    This amazing man's generous gift will continue to touch the lives of young men and women and exemplify the goals of the Navy League.
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