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                                                 Union Calendar No. 278

104th CONGRESS

  2d Session

                            H. CON. RES. 180

                      [Report No. 104-804, Part I]

_______________________________________________________________________

                         CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

Commending the Americans who served the United States during the period 
                         known as the Cold War.

_______________________________________________________________________

                           September 17, 1996

    Reported with amendments from the Committee on National Security

                           September 17, 1996

Referral to the Committee on International Relations and The Permanent 
Select Committee on Intelligence extended for a period ending not later 
                        than September 17, 1996

                           September 17, 1996

   The Committee on International Relations and the Permanent Select 
 Committee on Intelligence discharged; referred to the House Calendar 
                       and ordered to be printed





                                                 House Calendar No. 278
104th CONGRESS
  2d Session
H. CON. RES. 180

                      [Report No. 104-804, Part I]

Commending the Americans who served the United States during the period 
                         known as the Cold War.


_______________________________________________________________________


                    IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

                              May 22, 1996

 Mr. Lazio of New York (for himself, Mr. DeLay, Mr. Spence, Mr. Stump, 
 and Mr. Parker) submitted the following concurrent resolution; which 
was referred to the Committee on National Security, and in addition to 
the Committees on International Relations, and Intelligence (Permanent 
Select), for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in 
   each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
                jurisdiction of the committee concerned

                           September 17, 1996

 Additional sponsors: Mr. Skelton, Mr. Graham, Mr. Watts of Oklahoma, 
Mr. Solomon, Mr. McNulty, Mr. King, Mr. Horn, Mr. Lipinski, Mr. English 
 of Pennsylvania, Mrs. Kelly, Mr. Manton, Mr. Fox of Pennsylvania, and 
                               Mr. Hobson

                           September 17, 1996

    Reported with amendments from the Committee on National Security
    [Strike out the preamble and insert the part printed in italic]
[Strike out all after the resolving clause and insert the part printed 
                               in italic]

                           September 17, 1996

Referral to the Committee on International Relations and the permanent 
Select Committee on Intelligence extended for a period ending not later 
                        than September 17, 1996

                           September 17, 1996

   The Committee on International Relations and the Permanent Select 
 Committee on Intelligence discharged; referred to the House Calendar 
                       and ordered to be printed

_______________________________________________________________________

                         CONCURRENT RESOLUTION


 
Commending the Americans who served the United States during the period 
                         known as the Cold War.

    <DELETED>Whereas the most dangerous military competition in the 
            history of mankind has come to a close without a nuclear 
            holocaust;
    Whereas men and women in the armed forces, intelligence community, 
            and foreign service community of the United States 
            faithfully performed their duties during the period known 
            as the Cold War;
    Whereas many of these persons were isolated from family and friends 
            and served under arduous conditions in far away lands in 
            order to preserve peace and harmony throughout the world;
    Whereas these persons performed their duty in the most successful, 
            extended, military competition in the history of mankind 
            and ensured that weapons of mass destruction, capable of 
            destroying all humanity, were never released;
    Whereas the self-discipline and dedication of these persons were 
            fundamental to the prevention of a Super Power conflict; 
            and
    Whereas the silent determination of these persons brought a 
            peaceful victory to all the people of the world: Now, 
            therefore, be it
    </DELETED>Whereas, during the period of the Cold War, from the end 
            of World War II until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 
            1991, the United States and the Soviet Union engaged in a 
            global military rivalry;
    Whereas this rivalry, potentially the most dangerous military 
            confrontation in the history of mankind, has come to a 
            close without a direct superpower military conflict;
    Whereas military and civilian personnel of the Department of 
            Defense, personnel in the intelligence community, members 
            of the foreign service, and other officers and employees of 
            the United States faithfully performed their duties during 
            the Cold War;
    Whereas many such personnel performed their duties while isolated 
            from family and friends and served overseas under 
            frequently arduous conditions in order to protect the 
            United States and achieve a lasting peace; and
    Whereas the discipline and dedication of those personnel were 
            fundamental to the prevention of a superpower military 
            conflict: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), 
<DELETED>That Congress acknowledges the service and sacrifices of these 
Americans who contributed to historic victory in the Cold War. 
</DELETED>That Congress hereby commends, and expresses it gratitude and 
appreciation for, the service and sacrifices of the members of the 
Armed Forces and civilian personnel of the Government who contributed 
to the historic victory in the Cold War.
            Amend the title so as to read: ``Concurrent resolution 
        commending the members of the Armed Forces and civilian 
        personnel of the Government who served the United States 
        faithfully during the Cold War.''.

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