The Society of the 3rd Infantry Division Scholarship Foundation
Applications are now being accepted for our 2019 Scholarship Awards Program. Applications and instructions are available on the Society Website or on
our Scholarship Foundation Website. You can also obtain these documents from Lynn Ball (email@example.com). We are accepting entries from now until
the deadline, June 1, 2019.
Judging by our directors will begin on June 2nd. Checks will be mailed to the winners' student accounts shortly thereafter.
The 2018-19 Foundation Fundraising Raffle is now underway. Most members have received tickets, and we thank everyone who purchased tickets. They were mailed to members in September.
If you did not receive tickets or wish to purchase more, please contact Lynn Ball (firstname.lastname@example.org). This year’s prizes feature some unique, unusual, and valuable items donated by our members.
The sub machine gun and 1911 pistol are fully operational and have not been fired beyond factory testing and are among the prizes anyone would be proud to own. Below is a full list of prizes
donated for this year's Scholarship Foundation raffle. All of the prizes donated are very nice and several are collector’s items.
Model 1911A .45-caliber pistol*
.45-caliber Thompson Submachine gun in Display Case*
Envelopes with Audie Murphy Stamps from the Greenville, TX stamp dedication (10)
From an Iowa Farm to Korea by Dale Geise (5 copies)
Faces of War (4 copies)
Secret History of WWII
Ball caps imprinted with “USA”
Ball cap imprinted with American Flag
Polyester 3’ x 5’ American Flags (2)
3’ x 5’ 3rd Infantry Division Flag
Korea Reborn (3 copies)
U.S. Korean War Memorial Coins (4)
DVD: “The Siege at Firebase Gloria”
DVD: “MASH: The Movie”
DVD: “All Quiet on the Western Front”
DVD: “The Dirty Dozen”
The History of the 11th U.S. Cavalry book
History of the 2nd Infantry Division book
The 7th Cavalry in Korea book
History of the 25th Infantry Division book
Ex-POWs, Volume 77 book
The History of American POWs in WWII book
Shadows in the Jungle – Alamo Scouts WWII by Larry Alexander (2 copies)
Behind Enemy Lines – The OSS in Burma in WWII
30 Seconds Over Tokyo by Ted Lawson (1943 printing)
The Day of the Panzer by Jeff Danby, signed by the author
The Army in WWII: Salerno to Cassino by Martin Bluenson
Back in the Day, cookbook
Queen-sized quilts with shams and throw pillows (2)
Bill Mauldin’s Army (1984 printing)
Our directors and staff thank everyone who sent monetary gifts to the Scholarship Foundation since the last issue of the Watch. You have made the Scholarship Grant Program
not only possible but also successful. A list of all current donors can be found on the Donors and Donating page. Our Directors are grateful for your help.
How to Apply
Everything you need to know about the application process
PLUS a handy guide to help you craft your entry for a better chance at recieving an award from this organization as well as others.