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Senate Proceeding on Apr 16th, 2008 :: 1:20:45 to 1:24:59
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James Inhofe

1:20:19 to 1:20:45( Edit History Discussion )

James Inhofe: from direct fire in afghanistan. first lieutenant ferra, was assigned to the second battalion, 503rd airborne, from italy. he was from torrence, california. sergeant philip a. box, 28, died november

James Inhofe

1:20:42 to 1:21:02( Edit History Discussion )

James Inhofe: team from italy. he was from torrence, california. specialist sean k.a. langvin, 23, died november 29, when his patrol was attacked from enemy fire in afghanistan. specialist langvin was assigned

Jim DeMint

1:20:45 to 1:21:03( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: 9 while conducting combat operations in afghanistan. sergeant box was assigned to marine corps mountain warfare training center bridgeport, california. senior airmen nicholas ishan, e-i-sc-h-e-n. died december

Jim DeMint

1:20:45 to 1:24:59( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jim DeMint

Jim DeMint

1:21:02 to 1:21:25( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: to the second battalion, 503rd airborne regiment, from italy. he was from walnut creek, california. first lieutenant matthew c.ferrara, 24, died november 29, of wounds sustained when his patrol was attacked

Jim DeMint

1:21:03 to 1:21:27( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: 24 in afghanistan from a noncombat related incident. he was assigned to the 60th medical operation squadron, travis air force base, california. he was from sanger, california. sergeant james k. healey, 25, died

Jim DeMint

1:21:25 to 1:21:51( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: from direct fire in afghanistan. first lieutenant ferra, was assigned to the second battalion, 503rd airborne, from italy. he was from torrence, california. sergeant philip a. box, 28, died november

Jim DeMint

1:21:27 to 1:21:44( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: in afghanistan of wounds sustained when his vehicle struck an impro viced -- i.e.d. on january 7. he was signed to the 703rd explosive ordnance detatchment, fort knox, kentucky, he was from hisperia,

Jim DeMint

1:21:44 to 1:22:06( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: california. sergeant wrap died on march 23 in afghanistan of wounds suffered during combat operations. he was assigned to the first battalion 508th parachute infantry regiment, 82nd airborne division,

Jim DeMint

1:21:51 to 1:22:09( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: 9 while conducting combat operations in afghanistan. sergeant box was assigned to marine corps mountain warfare training center bridgeport, california. senior airmen nicholas ishan, e-i-sc-h-e-n. died december

Jim DeMint

1:22:06 to 1:22:28( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: fort bragg, north carolina. he was from sonora, california. sergeant guzman, 25, died march 8 in afghanistan of wounds suffered when his vehicle encountered an i.e.d. in afghanistan. sergeant guzman

Jim DeMint

1:22:09 to 1:22:33( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: 24 in afghanistan from a noncombat related incident. he was assigned to the 60th medical operation squadron, travis air force base, california. he was from sanger, california. sergeant james k. healey, 25, died

Jim DeMint

1:22:28 to 1:22:43( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: was assigned to the second battalion, 508th parachute infantry regiment, fourth brigade combat team, fort bragg, north carolina. he was from horn brook, california. may all of these brave soldiers -- brave

Jim DeMint

1:22:33 to 1:22:50( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: in afghanistan of wounds sustained when his vehicle struck an impro viced -- i.e.d. on january 7. he was signed to the 703rd explosive ordnance detatchment, fort knox, kentucky, he was from hisperia,

Jim DeMint

1:22:43 to 1:23:02( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: -- brave soldiers, brave marines, brave navy seals, brave all, may they rest in peace. and i would like to say, mr. president, that if you come to my office in the hart building, before you enter,

Jim DeMint

1:22:50 to 1:23:12( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: california. sergeant wrap died on march 23 in afghanistan of wounds suffered during combat operations. he was assigned to the first battalion 508th parachute infantry regiment, 82nd airborne division,

Jim DeMint

1:23:02 to 1:23:23( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: i have listed on big are charts the names of every individual who was either from california or assigned to california -- in california and if they passed, they were on that listing. an we started with

Jim DeMint

1:23:12 to 1:23:34( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: fort bragg, north carolina. he was from sonora, california. sergeant guzman, 25, died march 8 in afghanistan of wounds suffered when his vehicle encountered an i.e.d. in afghanistan. sergeant guzman

Jim DeMint

1:23:23 to 1:23:45( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: one enormous chart, two, three, four. sad to say it is growing. the reason i like to mention their names here on the floor is because sometimes we tend to just look at numbers. and we should, but behind

Jim DeMint

1:23:34 to 1:23:49( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: was assigned to the second battalion, 508th parachute infantry regiment, fourth brigade combat team, fort bragg, north carolina. he was from horn brook, california. may all of these brave soldiers -- brave

Jim DeMint

1:23:45 to 1:24:06( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: those numbers are our children, you know. i'm a grandmother and i just ache every time i sign a letter. every single one of these brave americans died doing something they wanted to do for their

Jim DeMint

1:23:49 to 1:24:08( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: -- brave soldiers, brave marines, brave navy seals, brave all, may they rest in peace. and i would like to say, mr. president, that if you come to my office in the hart building, before you enter,

Jim DeMint

1:24:06 to 1:24:25( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: country. their commander in chief sent them into battle and so, of course, not one of them has died in vain. but i want to do all i can and i say this from my heart, to ensure when we get into a

Jim DeMint

1:24:08 to 1:24:29( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: i have listed on big are charts the names of every individual who was either from california or assigned to california -- in california and if they passed, they were on that listing. an we started with

Jim DeMint

1:24:25 to 1:24:37( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: conflict we know that there's a way out and that we can bring these conflicts to an end as soon as possible because so many sacrifices are being made and no more so tn the loss of america's finest. mr.

Jim DeMint

1:24:29 to 1:24:51( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: one enormous chart, two, three, four. sad to say it is growing. the reason i like to mention their names here on the floor is because sometimes we tend to just look at numbers. and we should, but behind

Jim DeMint

1:24:37 to 1:24:59( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: president, i have eight unanimous consent requests for committees to meet during today's session of the senate. they have the approval of the majority and minority leaders, and i ask unanimous consent

Barbara Boxer

1:24:51 to 1:25:12( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: those numbers are our children, you know. i'm a grandmother and i just ache every time i sign a letter. every single one of these brave americans died doing something they wanted to do for their

Barbara Boxer

1:24:59 to 1:25:07( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: that these requests be agreed to and that these requestses be printed in the t record. the presiding officer: without objection. mrs. boxer: mr. president, i yield the floor.~ a senator: mr. preside?

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