The Mark V Monument Project originally undertook the mission to obtain the necessary Navy approval and private funding to fabricate and erect a ten foot tall bronze/granite JAKE monument at the entrance to the Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center in Panama City, Florida. JAKE was designed to stand on a granite base with each side of the pentagonal shape displaying a bronze seal of one of the five services of the U.S. Military. This monument would be formally dedicated to all U.S. Military diver graduates, past, present and future of all of the U.S. Navy Diving Schools who go down in the sea to work. The Mark V Monument Project will now take on a new mission to generate funds that will provide scholarship assistance to the children and grandchildren of U.S Military Divers. We are excited to now focus on this new mission and are grateful for the donations and volunteer efforts that enable us to operate toward success with this new and worthy mission.