Fattig Of Lexington Selected To Attend Air Force Academy
Lexington Senior Victoria (Lili) Fattig was among those selected by the Senate Armed Services Committee to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Victoria Lilianne Fattig is the daughter of Michelle Fattig and Patrick Foulk of Lexington.
Lili is a Superior Honor Roll Student and a three sport letterwinner in Volleyball, Basketball and Tennis. Lili is a four year member of the Lexington High School Band and has been a valuable asset to the marching band and flag corps as well as concert band throughout her prep campaign.
She has been an active member of the National Honor Society at Lexington High School as well as the L Club.
Fattig has dreamed of attending the United States Air Force Academy since she was eight years old and plans to become a Forensic Pathologist.
Lili received the Believers and Achievers award for Lexington High School and the Wendy's Heisman Award for Lexington High School. Fattig was just recently honored as an Elks Student of the Month.
To date, Lili has three letters of intent to play tennis in college.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer said, “Today, I am excited to announce nominees to our nation’s military service academies. There is a bright future ahead for these talented young men and women. I am so pleased they will continue Nebraska’s time-honored tradition of military service. These nominees exemplify our state’s fundamental values, and I thank them for their willingness to serve our great nation.”
Every year, U.S. senators are called upon to nominate a select group of eligible individuals from their states for enrollment at one of the five U.S. Military Service Academies: the United States Air Force Academy, the United States Merchant Marine Academy, the United States Coast Guard Academy, the United States Military Academy and the United States Naval Academy.