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February 2014

Sen. Brown Discusses Springfield Air National Guard Base In Washington Meeting With Ohio Adjutant General

January 2014

Sen. Brown Announces Camp Ravenna As One Of Four Sites In Running For Missile Defense Site
Sen. Brown Announces $5.2 Million In Federal Funds To Develop Camp Ravenna's Infrastructure
Brown Announces Nomination Of 50 Ohioans To U.S. Military Service Academies

November 2013

Sen. Brown Statement on Sexual Assault in the Military Amendment
Brown Applauds Senate Passage of Bill Awarding Doolittle Tokyo Raiders with Congressional Gold Medal

September 2013

Sen. Brown Statement on Senate Vote to Avoid Government Shutdown, Negative Effects on Citizens and Jobs
Brown Applauds 200th Anniversary Of Battle Of Lake Erie

July 2013

In Advance of Air Force Commission Trip to Ohio, Sen. Brown Touts Ohio Bases as Models for the Nation
Sen. Brown, Chairman of the Senate Air Force Caucus, Addresses Annual Breakfast in Washington

June 2013

Brown Announces a Reduction of 65,000 Cases from Veterans Disability Claims Backlog

May 2013

Brown Applauds Today’s Arrival Of Two New Planes At Mansfield Air National Guard Base

April 2013

Brown Calls On Administration To Buy American Athletic Footwear For Servicemembers

March 2013

Sen. Brown Announces Over 180 New Jobs, New Mission For Mansfield Lahm Air National Guard

February 2013

With Deadline Looming, Brown Outlines Senate Plan To Avoid Sequester While Reducing The Deficit And Preserving Critical Resources

January 2013

Brown, Portman, Ohio Delegation Send Letter Urging Air Force To Select Rickenbacker As Primary Site For New KC-46A Tanker Aircraft
Sen. Brown Announces Appointment Of St. Ignatius High School Student To U.S. Naval Academy
Brown Nominates 60 Ohioans To U.S. Military Service Academies

October 2012

Brown Urges Defense Department to Buy Uniforms and Boots Made In America—Not China—For Military Servicemembers
In Dayton, Brown Announces New Law That Cuts Red Tape For Service Members So They Can Get Jobs In High-Growth Freight Industry When They Return To Civilian Life