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ASMDA Members,

ASMDA is seeking applications for 16 scholarships to the U.S. Cyber Academy at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.  The Cyber Academy camp will be held during fall break. The scholarship includes one week at the U.S. Cyber Academy, a daily class t-shirt, and a $25 wristband stipend. Any child or grandchild, age 12-14 years old, of a parent, grandparent, or guardian currently associated with ASMDA through personal membership, membership of an employer, or Cyber Huntsville-supported government organizations is eligible for the scholarship.  Organizations include: SMDC, JFCC IMD, PEO-M&S, AMCOM, CCDC AvMC, MSIC, NASA Marshall, CFTs APNT, AMD & MDA, and the City of Huntsville.

The one-week Cyber Academy is built on the Space Camp model.

Note, ASMDA provides the Cyber Academy scholarship that includes, room, meals, and training for the week but the parents or guardians are responsible for transportation cost associated with getting the student to the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL.

Applications are due on 31 July of each year.



The Air, Space, and Missile Defense Association was formed in 1995 in Huntsville, Alabama as a non-profit, non-political educational and scientific organization.


The mission of the Air, Space, and Missile Defense Association is to promote the security of our Nation by providing programs and support for activities that contribute to the advancement of a common understanding of the vital importance of air, space, and missile defense systems to our national future.


Air, Space, and Missile Defense Association is a non-profit, charitable, and private foundation organized and operated under Internal Revenue Service Section 501(c)3 as beneficial to the public interest exclusively for educational and charitable purposes.


  • To foster communications and relationships between government activities with responsibilities for or interests in air, space, and missile defense; local government organizations; and local industries
  • To provide an industry forum, which can be utilized for organizing and promoting areas of common interest
  • To provide an effective single point of broad industry and government contact
  • To provide an organization which can benefit the missile defense industry professionally and foster community and civic interests and goals