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Recognizing Vice Admiral Thomas R. Weschler August 5, 2015
Bob Casey, D-PA
"Mr. President, I wish to recognize the service of a fellow Pennsylvanian, VADM Thomas R. Weschler, Retired, who served this country valiantly for 3\1/2\ decades. Vice Admiral Weschler is one of the highest ranking Naval officers to come from Erie, PA, and I am profoundly grateful for his service to our Nation."
Celebrating The “Year Of Dawes” August 5, 2015
Mark Kirk, R-IL
"In addition to his work under the Coolidge administration, Dawes served four other U.S. Presidents in various offices that included Comptroller of the Currency, First Director of the Federal Bureau of the Budget, and President of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Dawes also served as U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain, a position he held until 1931. As Ambassador, Dawes successfully helped to negotiate treaties in international law and arms limitations. As the American delegate to the London Naval Conference in 1930, he specifically worked to broker an agreement between Japan, France, Italy, Great Britain, and the United States to limit the number of Navy war vessels and regulate submarine warfare. Dawes was also a dedicated humanitarian, who personally established and funded extensive networks of food and housing for the homeless and less fortunate."
Recognizing The 70Th Anniversary Of The End Of World War Ii August 5, 2015
Susan Collins, R-ME
"On the homefront, Maine was on the frontlines. Eighty-two destroyers were built at Bath Iron Works during the war, more than the entire Japanese output. The South Portland shipyard launched 274 Liberty ships that carried troops and arms overseas. More than 70 submarines were built at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, with 3 of those vital warships launched on the same day."
Remembering Lois Horvitz August 4, 2015
Barbara Boxer, D-CA
"Lois Horvitz was born April 22, 1927 in Cleveland, OH. She attended the University of Wisconsin before marrying Harry R. Horvitz, a World War II naval officer and newspaper publisher."
Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act Of 2015—Motion To Proceed August 3, 2015
Heidi Heitkamp, D-ND
"The year Bob graduated from the University of North Dakota, he enlisted in the Navy. He served 3 years on Active Duty during the conflict in Vietnam. In Bob’s 2010 autobiography titled “Moments,” he wrote: “Going to WESTPAC and Vietnam was the biggest and most intense experience of my 27 years in the Navy.” After his Active-Duty service, Bob continued to serve his country in the Naval Reserve."

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