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Central Kitsap Impact Aid February 27, 2015
Derek Kilmer, D-WA
"Among the most heavily impacted districts in the country, the Central Kitsap School District is home to many students whose parents work at naval facilities. For too long, this school district has not received the heavy impact aid funding that it has historically relied on to support these military-connected kids."
Honoring Mr. Mike Reader February 27, 2015
Steven Palazzo, R-MS
"Mike Reader, a veteran of the United States Navy, began working part time at WLOX as a weekend weathercaster in 1983. When he retired from naval service in 1988, Mike became the morning weatherman and was soon promoted to Chief Meteorologist."
Remembering Father Theodore Hesburgh February 27, 2015
Joe Donnelly, D-IN
"Father Hesburgh grew up near Syracuse, NY, and was ordained and became a priest in 1943. He promptly asked that his first assignment as a priest be as the chaplain of a naval aircraft carrier. The leaders of the Holy Cross religious order were not surprised, as they knew of Father Ted’s great patriotism, his love of the U.S. Navy, and his devotion to our servicemembers. However, they asked him to stay at Notre Dame and minister to the families and servicemembers who were training at the time at Vetville at Notre Dame. As always, Father Ted smiled, took the assignment, and worked nonstop. That began a journey that included the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Congressional Gold Medal, 16 Presidential appointments, and 150 honorary degrees. But more important to Father Ted than all of these awards were the millions of souls he nourished, said Mass with, prayed for, and guided to a wonderful life."
Honoring The 2015 Academy Nominees Of The 11Th Congressional District New Jersey February 27, 2015
Rodney Frelinghuysen, R-NJ
"The nomination process follows a general timetable. High school seniors mail personal information directly to the Military Academy, the Naval Academy, the Air Force Academy, and the Merchant Marine Academy once they become interested in attending. Information includes academic achievement, college entry test scores, and other activities. At this time, they also inform my office of their desire to be nominated."
Welcoming Reverend Tierian “Randy” Cash February 25, 2015
Patrick McHenry, R-NC
"Additionally, Reverend Cash has served as deputy chaplain to the U.S. Marine Corps and multiple roles for the Naval Chaplaincy School, including commanding officer."

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