Sen. Maggie Hassan

Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., answers a reporter’s question following a news conference.

U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan has nominated students from across New Hampshire to attend four United States Service Academies — the U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Military Academy and U.S. Naval Academy.

“Every year, I have the honor to nominate young Granite Staters who represent the best of our state for our country’s Service Academies,” Sen. Hassan said in a statement. “These students have selflessly chosen to dedicate themselves to the protection of our country and its values, and I am grateful for their willingness to serve.”

The full list of Senator Hassan’s nominees are:

United States Air Force Academy

Carleigh Brown — New Ipswich; Parker Douglas — Greenland; Finnegan Harney — Durham; Travis Henry — Hampstead; India Jones — Wolfeboro Falls; Rachel Keisling — East Hampstead; Camden MacLean — Tilton; Michael Pelletier — Dunbarton; Sydney Stockwell — Hopkinton; Thomas White – Meredith.

United States Military Academy

Declan Casey — Hooksett; Dawson Clark — Bedford; Jonathan Heimberg — Merrimack; Bradley McIntire — Gilford; Matthew Miclette — Hooksett; Michael Schoff — Portsmouth; Dylan Wade — Stratham; Chloe Wineriter — Canterbury.

United States Naval Academy

Blake Boardman — Lebanon; Benton Cesanek — Hanover; Theodore Deel — Manchester; Grace ‘Gigi’ Edmondson — Meredith; Anna Hennigan — West Chesterfield; Ansh Juvvadi — Merrimack; Grace Mower — Portsmouth; Lily Strohecker — Exeter; Addison Whitehead — Hollis.

United States Merchant Marine Academy

Grace ‘Gigi’ Edmondson — Meredith; Conor O’Brien — Stratham.