United States Submarine Veterans Inc. Charleston Base

THE USSVI PURPOSE/CREED
To perpetuate the memory of our shipmates who gave their lives in the pursuit of duties while serving their country that their dedication, deeds and supreme sacrifice may be a constant source of motivation toward greater accomplishments, and to pledge loyalty and patriotism to the United States of America and its Constitution.

The Scholarship is funded by donations. If you would like to help please mail your donation to:
Scholarship Fund Chairman, Carl Chinn, 217 Brailsford Rd., Summerville SC 29485-5405



Adm. James B. Osborn Memorial Scholarship

The Admiral James B. Osborn Memorial Scholarship is named in honor of Admiral James B. Osborn and is funded by the Charleston Base Submarine Veterans Inc. Admiral Osborn was selected to command our Navy's first ballistic missile launching submarine, the USS GEORGE WASHINGTON SSBN 598. Two years later, in July 1960, this submarine launched the first POLARIS missile from below the ocean surface off Cape Canaveral.

The scholarship will be awarded to a High School senior who demonstrates a familial relationship with a submarine qualified individual who is a member of United States Submarine Veterans, Inc. The applicant must show acceptance to a 2 or 4 year post-secondary institution. Applicants must demonstrate both scholastic proficiency and participation in extra-curricular activities that benefit either their school or community. The Scholarship will be disbursed as a one-time minimum $500 award payable to the recipient.

The 2022 Application Form must be submitted to the Committee prior to
April 15, 2022


2023 Application Form 
Charleston Base Submarine Veterans, Inc. will be available in early 2013
Word
PDF


2022 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2021 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2020 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2019 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2018 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2017 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2016 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2015 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2014 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2013 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures
Presentation VIDEO


2012 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2011 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures


2010 Scholarship Recipients and Pictures
2010 Scholarship Press Release



Challenge Coins for Scholarship Fund


Front View---               ----------Rear View

Support our scholarship fund by purchasing
one of these
 beautiful coins.


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On Tuesday evening, June 9th, three scholarships were awarded by the United States Submarine Veterans, Inc. Charleston Base. Checks were presented to the recipients by Julian Villegas, Rick Collins and Carl Chinn of the Scholarship Committee.

The Admiral James B. Osborn Memorial Scholarship is funded by the Charleston Base of USSVI. The scholarship will be awarded to a Tri-County high school senior and disbursed as a one-time minimum $500 award to the recipient.

The recipients of the 2010 Adm. James B. Osborn Memorial Scholarship are:

Harriet Boatwright

Hannah Lowder

Danielle Esch


















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On Tuesday evening, June 10th, four scholarships were awarded by the United States Submarine Veterans, Inc. Charleston Base. Checks were presented to the recipients by Rick Collins of the Scholarship Committee.

The Admiral James B. Osborn Memorial Scholarship is funded by the Charleston Base of USSVI. The scholarship will be awarded to a Tri-County high school senior and disbursed as a one-time minimum $500 award to the recipient.

The recipients of the 2010 Adm. James B. Osborn Memorial Scholarship are:

Maisie Wilzon – Granddaughter of Barry Wilson, Charleston Base Member
Wilson
Academy Homeschool, Florida; Accepted to Florida State

Elisabeth Kilroy – Step-Daughter of Russ Moser
James Island Charter School; Accepted to Wake Forest

Autumn Oakley – Step-Daughter of Eric Ramsey
Berkeley
High School; Accepted to College of Charleston

Ashleigh Van Metre – Daughter of Christopher Van Metre Bishop England High School;
Accepted to Notre Dame, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Wofford, Clemson, College of Charleston















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