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Official Twitter account of the Senate Armed Services Committee's Democratic members, led by Ranking Member (D-RI)
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SASC Democrats Jul 16
Happening now: hearing to review nomination of Mark T. Esper to be Secretary of . Watch live:
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SASC Democrats Jul 11
Senators announce upcoming hearing regarding nomination of Acting Secretary of Defense Mark Esper on Tuesday, July 16th at 9:30 AM:
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SASC Democrats Jun 28
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Senator Jack Reed Jun 27
The U.S. Senate just voted 86-8 to approve . This bipartisan measure will strengthen our military, support our troops, & enhance . I salute Chairman for his bipartisan leadership & look forward to working w/ our colleagues on next steps.
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Senator Jack Reed Jun 27
The Senate-passed includes important reforms I wrote w/ to improve , beef up inspections, & hold private companies accountable. It establishes a & other measures & resources to empower .
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Senator Gary Peters Jun 20
As a member of & as Ranking Member of , I am keenly aware that a strong manufacturing industry is key to our national defense. I proposed a new plan to boost American manufacturing.
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Tammy Duckworth Jun 6
It’s insulting what Donald Trump said about Vietnam: that he didn’t serve because “he wasn’t a fan of that war.” No Veteran I know is a “fan of war," but unlike Trump, they responded when their nation called them to duty. Like true patriots. Whether or not they had a choice.
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Doug Jones Jun 6
On , we remember the US and allied troops who landed on the beaches of Normandy to join the fight against Nazism. Their heroism will never be forgotten as we live every day in a more peaceful world that continues to benefit from their service and sacrifice.
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Senator Joe Manchin Jun 6
Today, we pay tribute to all of our American heroes who bravely stormed the beaches of Normandy on this day 75 years ago and changed the course of history. We especially honor the 38 West Virginians who perished that day while fighting for the freedoms we enjoy today.
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Senator Gary Peters Jun 6
75 years ago, thousands of Allied soldiers valiantly stormed the beaches of Normandy and defeated the forces of tyranny. Today, we honor their service and pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the freedom of countless others.
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Elizabeth Warren Jun 6
On , we remember the sacrifices of American and Allied troops to liberate Europe from the Nazi regime. We also remember that America is strong, but we are even stronger when we work with our allies to build a more peaceful world.
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Martin Heinrich Jun 6
On the 75th anniversary of D-Day I join all New Mexicans in remembering the incredible Allied soldiers who gave their lives on the beaches of Normandy and inspired millions around the world to retain faith that freedom could, and would, endure.
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Senator Angus King Jun 6
Looking out over Omaha Beach in Normandy, where we gathered today to mark . An opportunity to reflect upon how we can recommit ourselves to the shared democratic values the heroes of D-Day fought to defend and to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
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Tim Kaine Jun 6
On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, I’m reminded of the good America can do in the world when we’re true to the values our country was founded on. I’m grateful for the soldiers and civilians who fought against tyranny every way they could, and I’m in awe of their bravery.
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Richard Blumenthal Jun 6
Today we celebrate&honor the heroism of our servicemembers who stormed the beaches of Normandy 75 years ago. We are forever grateful for their bravery&resolve in confronting Fascism&defending our allies. Their actions tilted the course of history towards freedom&cooperation.
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand Jun 6
On June 6, 1944, American and Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy to liberate Europe from fascism. Today, 75 years later, we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice, or put their lives on the line, for our freedom on that day.
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Sen. Jeanne Shaheen Jun 6
Replying to @SenatorShaheen
On this day, my gratitude goes out to our allies who stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Americans on the beaches of Normandy. My heart is with the brave souls lost in battle, their loved ones who raised families in their absence & the veterans still with us.
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Senator Jack Reed Jun 6
To those who stormed the beaches, turned the tide of , & fought for a cause greater than themselves, we say: Thank you. Let us strive to be worthy of your sacrifice & enduring example.
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SASC Democrats Jun 4
Happening now: nomination hearing: Dr. Christopher J. Scolese to be Director, & Gen. John W. Raymond, USAF to be Commander, U.S. Space Command & Commander, Air Force Space Command. Watch live:
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Senator Joe Manchin May 23
Replying to @Sen_JoeManchin
The is a vital piece of legislation that authorizes defense spending and provides authorities for our military to defend our nation. I look forward to working with my colleagues to pass this bipartisan legislation.
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