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House Proceeding 07-30-08 on Jul 30th, 2008 :: 1:35:23 to 1:36:31
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Brad Ellsworth

1:35:05 to 1:35:23( Edit History Discussion )

Brad Ellsworth: this time, for hisis leadership inn this congress, and for his friendship. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the

Hank Johnson

1:35:23 to 1:35:38( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: gentlewoman from virginia. mrs. drake: thank you, y madam speaker. madam speaker, i yield myself such t ime as i may consume. the speaker pro temporspe: the gentlewoman is recognized. mrs.

Hank Johnson

1:35:23 to 1:36:31( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Hank Johnson

Hank Johnson

1:35:38 to 1:35:52( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: drake: madam speaker, i rise t oday in supportor of house resoluti on 1316 which not only honors the service of the navy and coast guardrd veterans who v for 60 years served on the l.s.t. amphibious

Hank Johnson

1:35:52 to 1:36:05( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: landing craft from world war ii onward butnw also recognizes the key role theyol played. during world war ii theor l.s.t. met the urgent requirement of th e allied forces for ace new

Hank Johnson

1:36:05 to 1:36:20( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: vessel. a vessel capable of c shore-to-shore delivery o-sf vehicles and troops while a conducting an amphibious assault upon t he enemy. e between 1942 and 1943, threehr separate acts of congress authorized

Hank Johnson

1:36:20 to 1:36:31( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: the construction of theseth l.s.t.'s and over 1,000 l.s. t.'s were builtui during worinld war ii. these landing crafts saw s action in every theater of world warar ii. l.s.t.'s played an

Jim Matheson

1:36:31 to 1:36:44( Edit History Discussion )

Jim Matheson: essential role during d-day campaignpa of june, 1944. not only were they the first line of troop transports on sto the beaches, but they completed an evacuat ion of 41,035 wounded

Jim Matheson

1:36:31 to 1:40:48( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jim Matheson

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