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H.Con.Res. 39 (rfs) Honoring the ultimate sacrifice made by 28 United States soldiers killed by an Iraqi missile attack on February 25, 1991, during Operation Desert Storm, and resolving to support appropriate and effective theater missile defense program...


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107th CONGRESS

  1st Session

                            H. CON. RES. 39

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                         CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

   Honoring the ultimate sacrifice made by 28 United States soldiers 
    killed by an Iraqi missile attack on February 25, 1991, during 
   Operation Desert Storm, and resolving to support appropriate and 
              effective theater missile defense programs.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
107th CONGRESS
  1st Session
H. CON. RES. 39

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                         CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

Whereas, during Operation Desert Storm, Iraq launched a Scud missile at Dhahran, 
        Saudi Arabia early in the evening of February 25, 1991;
Whereas one Patriot missile battery on a Dhahran airfield was not operational 
        and another nearby battery did not track the Scud missile effectively;
Whereas the Scud missile hit a warehouse serving as a United States Army 
        barracks in the Dhahran suburb of Al Khobar, killing 28 soldiers and 
        injuring 100 other soldiers;
Whereas the thoughts and prayers of the Congress and the country remain with the 
        families of these soldiers;
Whereas this single incident resulted in more United States combat casualties 
        than any other in Operation Desert Storm and since;
Whereas Scud missile attacks paralyzed the country of Israel during Operation 
        Desert Storm;
Whereas the Patriot missile batteries, which were used in Operation Desert Storm 
        for missile defense, were not originally designed for missile defense;
Whereas the United States and our allies still have not fielded advanced theater 
        missile defenses;
Whereas missile technology proliferation makes missile attacks on United States 
        forces increasingly possible; and
Whereas February 25, 2001, is the 10th anniversary of the Scud missile attack 
        which caused the deaths of these brave soldiers who died in service to 
        their country: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), 
That the Congress--
            (1) on behalf of the American people, extends its sympathy 
        and thanks to the families of Specialist Steven E. Atherton, 
        Corporal Stanley Bartusiak, Specialist John A. Boliver, Jr., 
        Sergeant Joseph P. Bongiorni III, Sergeant John T. Boxler, 
        Specialist Beverly S. Clark, Sergeant Allen B. Craver, Corporal 
        Rolando A. Delagneau, Specialist Steven P. Farnen, Specialist 
        Duane W. Hollen, Jr., Specialist Glen D. Jones, Specialist 
        Frank S. Keough, Specialist Anthony E. Madison, Specialist 
        Steven G. Mason, Specialist Christine L. Mayes, Specialist 
        Michael W. Mills, Specialist Adrienne L. Mitchell, Specialist 
        Ronald D. Rennison, Private First Class Timothy A. Shaw, 
        Specialist Steven J. Siko, Corporal Brian K. Simpson, 
        Specialist Thomas G. Stone, Specialist James D. Tatum, Private 
        First Class Robert C. Wade, Sergeant Frank J. Walls, Corporal 
        Jonathan M. Williams, Specialist Richard V. Wolverton, and 
        Specialist James E. Worthy, all of whom were killed by an Iraqi 
        missile attack on February 25, 1991, while in service to their 
        country; and
            (2) resolves to support appropriate and effective theater 
        missile defense programs to help prevent attacks on forward 
        deployed United States forces from occurring again.

            Passed the House of Representatives February 27, 2001.

            Attest:

                                                                 Clerk.

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