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The House Armed Services Committee Republicans; Twitter feed of the latest committee news and updates
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House Republicans Nov 20
We worked together to deliver BIG for our troops. Repairing and rebuilding our military is such an important way we can care for our troops.
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CathyMcMorrisRodgers Nov 20
We are taking care of our troops and keeping Americans safe. Here are the top 10 things you should know about the .
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Susan W. Brooks Nov 17
This week, I voted to give our troops the LARGEST pay raise they've seen in 8 years. It will provide our Armed Forces w/resources, equipment & training needed to keep us safe at home & abroad >>
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Armed Services Nov 17
Chairmen & - "Both houses of Congress have voted multiple times to support a $700 billion defense budget, including overwhelming, bipartisan votes... this week in support of ..."
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Armed Services Nov 16
Airlift and Air Mobility are two critical capabilities that are degrading further under the CR
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US Rep. Mike Turner Nov 15
The conference report of includes my provision to keep in . :
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Rep. Don Bacon Nov 15
ICYMI: I spoke on the House floor in support of our military and
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Tom Reed Nov 15
Proud to vote for . Giving troops the largest pay increase in 8 years. It ensures that our military will be fully equipped and improves our military’s readiness by providing nearly $700 billion in funding.
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Rep. Liz Cheney Nov 15
I was proud to vote for the bipartisan FY18 National Defense Authorization Act, which passed the House. Read my full statement here:
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Scott DesJarlais Nov 15
Defense bill House passed gives troops biggest raise in 8 yrs. Rebuilds military protecting US. Reforms Pentagon spending to save billions
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Joe Wilson Nov 15
I am so grateful that yesterday the House passed the conference report which authorizes funding for vital military and national security investments, and does away with the harmful widow's tax. Read my statement here:
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Rep. Mike Coffman Nov 14
: Coffman Passes First Defense Bill as Subcommittee Chairman. More here →
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Rep. Martha Roby Nov 15
Great news! Yesterday the House passed the 2018 NDAA to support our troops & restore military readiness. Here are some other things you should know about this important piece of legislation -->
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Rep. Mark Walker Nov 14
Today, the House passed Conference Report for , a bill that takes care of our men and women in uniform by authorizing the largest pay raise for our troops in 8 years and giving them the tools they need to better counter threats emerging from abroad.
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Rep. Karen Handel Nov 14
The Constitution is clear - the #1 responsibility of the federal government is to provide for the common defense. Today, the House passed the NDAA, which increases the capability of each military branch, ensuring we are prepared against any & every threat around the world.
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Martha McSally Nov 14
Every single provision I fought for on behalf of AZ is secured in final defense bill the House overwhelmingly passed today. Let's get it to President Trump's desk!
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Rep. Scott Tipton Nov 14
Our servicemen and women deserve a pay raise, and that’s exactly what they will get with the passage of the !
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Rick W. Allen Nov 14
I am happy to say that with the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act – we have provided for the common defense, supported our service members and worked to close the critical readiness gap.
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Chuck Fleischmann Nov 14
On average, the means $2,259 in the pockets of Tennesseans. What would you do with the extra money?
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Judge Carter Nov 14
BIG NEWS: With overwhelming bipartisan support, the House just voted to give our troops their largest pay raise in 8 years. The ensures our military have have the tools necessary to deter and defend.
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