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In less than two weeks, Maxwell Blackman will leave home to attend the U.S. Military Academy in hopes of continuing his family’s legacy as military corpsman.
“I was surprised to find out I got in because the acceptance rate is so low,” said Maxwell, a 2017 Arabia Mountain High graduate.
US Rep. Hank Johnson (D-4th) characterized Trump's actions as reckless and arrogant, and said he was ignoring reality.
U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson recognized military veterans who served in the post-Korean War era, including those who served in the Vietnam War, on Friday.
Johnson held an “Extending the Legacy” program at the Lou Walker Senior Center in Lithonia as part of commemorations of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War.
"A Georgia congressman is honoring local residents who are committed to serving our community. Hank Johnson said it's a symbolic passing of the torch between vets and students in the U.S. Service Academy."
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"People from all over the Atlanta area came out to remember the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam war. Congressman Hank Johnson hosted the event to honor those who served in the war and this year he celebrated the students in Fourth Congressional District who are nominated to attend military schools such as West Point."
In his opening remarks, U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson spoke about the SGI and its ongoing efforts under the leadership of Daisaku Ikeda to abolish nuclear weapons.
Rep. Johnson said that nuclear disarmament through multi-lateral dialogue is a fight worth fighting for the sake of all living beings.
U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson, a Democrat, said in a statement that pulling back the coverage would result in unintended pregnancies. He called it “mindless” when combined with the administration’s proposal to cut back on a federal nutrition program for infants and children.
Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War at his “Extending the Legacy” program on Friday, June 2, 1 p.m., at the Lou Walker Senior Center in Lithonia.
There were only 13 Congressional Black Caucus members out of 46 voting in the House, who voted to maintain the powers of the Librarian of Congress.
“We are rapidly approaching an impeachment process,” Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.).
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