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With Honor Action Releases Defense Bill Priorities in Letter to Congress

Group Urges NDAA Conferees to Support Warfighters, Military Families, Veterans, and U.S. Allies

CHARLOTTE, NC – As a leading voice for promoting and advancing cross-partisan, principled veteran leadership in Congress, With Honor Action has sent a letter to House and Senate NDAA conferees urging them to set aside differences and provide America’s service members with the resources they need to remain the best-trained and best-equipped fighting force in the world.

“Despite sharp political differences in Congress, the National Defense Authorization Act has historically passed with bicameral, bipartisan support. We need to return to that tradition, putting our differences aside and working together to support this critical defense bill that is so important to our service members and their families.” – With Honor Action Co-Founder and CEO, Rye Barcott

In the letter, With Honor Action highlighted several key provisions to be included in the final NDAA conference bill. These historically bipartisan provisions are designed to support those who are putting their lives on the line for our country, their families and civilian partners, and our allies around the world.

The letter was sent to Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., and Ranking Member Jack Reed, D-R.I., House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith, D-Wash., and Ranking Member Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, as well as each House and Senate NDAA conferee.