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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Recognizing Rod Daniels May 20, 2015
Benjamin Cardin, D-MD
"Mr. President, I wish to recognize WBAL-TV 11 anchorman Rod Daniels for his career of journalistic service to the residents of the Greater Baltimore area. Mr. Daniels has been a trusted voice on WBAL-TV 11 for more than 30 years, and his steady and colorful reporting has remained consistent and creative throughout that time. On the occasion of his final nightly broadcast, which will occur this Friday, I would like to thank Mr. Daniels both for his years of service and his dedication to bringing viewers the nightly news with a regular measure of hope."
Paying Tribute To Major General R. Martin Umbarger Of The Indiana National Guard May 19, 2015
Luke Messer, R-IN
"General Umbarger started his career in public service as an enlisted soldier in the Indiana Army National Guard in 1969. Over the next three decades, Marty rose through the ranks and stood out as a remarkable leader. In 2004, then-Governor Mitch Daniels appointed him Adjutant General of the State of Indiana, where he served as the highest ranking military officer in our great State’s National Guard for more than 10 years."
Additional Statements May 19, 2015
Joe Donnelly, D-IN
"A native of Bargersville, IN, Major General Umbarger enlisted in the Indiana Army National Guard in 1969 after graduating from the University of Evansville. Shortly thereafter, in June 1971, he was commissioned as a second lieutenant, Infantry Branch, following his graduation from the Indiana Military Academy as a Distinguished Military Graduate. Since then, he has dedicated more than four decades to serving his State and his country. Some of his notable assignments include serving as Commanding General of the 76th Infantry Brigade; the Assistant Division Commander for Training, 38th Infantry Division; and the Deputy Commanding General, Reserve Component, U.S. Forces Command. On March 11, 2004, Gov. Joseph Kernan appointed Major General Umbarger to lead the Nation’s fourth-largest National Guard contingent as the Adjutant General of Indiana, a position he was reappointed to by Gov. Mitch Daniels on December 1, 2004, and further reappointed by Gov. Mike Pence on December 13, 2012."
Recognizing The Centennial Anniversary Of The United States Navy Reserve May 12, 2015
Jeff Miller, R-FL
"Following the outbreak of World War I in 1914, Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels and Assistant Secretary and future President Franklin D. Roosevelt initiated plans to formally launch a world-class naval reserve force necessary to protect the United States. On March 3, 1915, Congress passed legislation establishing the United States Naval Reserve, which is known today as the United States Navy Reserve."
Wasteful Spending May 11, 2015
Daniel Coats, R-IN
"Significant savings can be made. Even though it is much smaller than what we need to do, we certainly can address issues that will save taxpayer dollars and better allocate spending for government. When our previous Governor in Indiana, Mitch Daniels, took over, he brought with him a resume as former Director of the Office of Management and Budget. Then-President George W. Bush gave him the name “The Blade.” “The Blade” looked at every small, little detail of spending and asked a lot of questions: Why are we doing this? How can we save? How can we make government more efficient? There are essential things government has to do. But when he became Governor, he transferred over some of that knowledge and expertise and started doing some simple things, asking some simple questions: Why are we spending money on this? Why are we spending money on that?"

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