CONGRATULATING MASTER SERGEANT STEPHEN MALLETTE; Congressional Record Vol. 164, No. 126
(Extensions of Remarks - July 26, 2018)

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            CONGRATULATING MASTER SERGEANT STEPHEN MALLETTE

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                          HON. DANNY K. DAVIS

                              of illinois

                    in the house of representatives

                        Thursday, July 26, 2018

  Mr. DANNY K. DAVIS of Illinois. Mr. Speaker, I rise to congratulate 
Master Sergeant Stephen Mallette on the occasion of his retirement from 
the United States Air Force. Chief Master Sergeant in the United States 
Air Force is the highest senior-level enlisted person in the U.S. Air 
Force. Chief Master Sergeant Stephen J. Mallette was born and raised in 
Chicago, Illinois and graduated from Proviso West High School and 
enlisted in the Air Force in 1988.
  After joining the Air Force, Sergeant Mallette took courses in Korea 
1989:
  1990 Korean Cryptologic Analytic Technical Training Course 
(Distinguished Graduate)
  1993 Airman Leadership School (Distinguished Graduate)
  Davis-Monthan Graduate
  2003 Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Lackland Air Force Base in 
Lackland, Texas
  Chief Master Sergeant Stephen Mallette has excelled at every level to 
which he has been assigned. Sergeant Stephen Mallette is exactly the 
kind of person our country would like to see in the military: well-
trained, highly motivated and loyal to our country. He is the best,

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and as he leaves the military he will continue to be the best.
  I thank him for his many years of service, and may the good Lord 
continue to bless and keep him.

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