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House Proceeding 07-14-08 on Jul 14th, 2008 :: 0:02:04 to 0:05:06
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Mike Rogers

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Speech By: Mike Rogers

Mike Rogers

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Mike Rogers: the balance of his time. the gentleman from connecticut, mr. court neerks is recognized. mr. courtney: thank you, mr. speaker. i'm prepared to close when my colleague has yielded back. i reserve

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from connecticut, mr. courtney, reserves. the gentleman from alabama. mr. rogers: i yield to mr. whitfield for as much time as he may

Ed Whitfield

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Speech By: Ed Whitfield

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. whitfield: i want to thank those that brought this resolution to the floor today. as has been said, fort campbell is home to

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: the 101st airborne division, known as the screaming eagles, which is the only air assault division in the world. it has been my distinct privilege and pleasure to represent the first congressional district

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: of kentucky, which is the home of this great unit. i would also like to say that while this resolution focuses explicitly on the 101st airborne division, fort campbell is also home of the 160th

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: special aviation regiment, the fifth special forces group, the 86th combat support hospital, and we have many young men and women also serving at the blanchfield hospital. i was delighted

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: that the gentleman from connecticut, and the gentleman from alabama talked briefly about the history of this great 101st airborne unit. i might say that throughout its history, 19 individuals

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: of that unit have received the highest declaration offered by the u.s. government, which is the medal of honor. since operation enduring freedom and operation iraqi freedom began, thousands of

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: members of the 101st airborne division have been deployed no less than three times performing dangerous counterinsurgency operations and working to secure liberty in nations that once served as safe

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: havens for terrorists. i might also say that we pay special tribute to the nearly 200 members of the 101st division who have lost their lives fighting the global war on terrorism and throughout

Ed Whitfield

0:04:17 to 0:04:30( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: its proud history over 6,000 have lost their lives. despite the dangers and difficulty faced by the soldiers and their loved ones, i might say that 65% re-enlistnd request to stay with the

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: 101st airborne division. it certainly demonstrates the loyalty to the proud history and tradition of this unit. i'd like to thank all the co-sponsors of this resolution, the brave soldiers of

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: the 101st airborne division have never hesitated to answer this nation's call to duty, and it's my great privilege to honor them with this resolution. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the

Ed Whitfield

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Ed Whitfield: gentleman from connecticut, mr. whitfield, yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from alabama reserves. the gentleman from connecticut, mr. courtney, is recognized. mr. courtney:

Joe Courtney

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Joe Courtney: mr. speaker, i continue to reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from connecticut, mr. courtney, reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from alabama,

Joe Courtney

0:05:06 to 0:09:49( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joe Courtney

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