RECOGNIZING JUSTIN MADILL FOR THE 2019 MONTANA CONGRESSIONAL VETERAN COMMENDATION; Congressional Record Vol. 165, No. 181
(Extensions of Remarks - November 13, 2019)

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 RECOGNIZING JUSTIN MADILL FOR THE 2019 MONTANA CONGRESSIONAL VETERAN 
                              COMMENDATION

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                          HON. GREG GIANFORTE

                               of montana

                    in the house of representatives

                      Wednesday, November 13, 2019

  Mr. GIANFORTE. Madam Speaker, I rise today to recognize Justin Madill 
of Great Falls, a recipient of the 2019 Montana Congressional Veteran 
Commendation for his service to his country and leadership in his 
community.
   Dr. Madill served in the United States Army from 2004 to 2013 as a 
member of the medical corps attaining the rank of Major. He is a 
veteran of the 101st Combat Aviation Bridge for Operation Enduring 
Freedom where he earned the Air Medal with Valor Device, the Bronze 
Star, and the Meritorious Service Medal.
   While serving in Afghanistan during the Battle of Want, Dr. Madill 
extracted the wounded Staff Seargent General Ryan Pitts on July 13, 
2008. Staff Seargent General Pitts was later the recipient of the Medal 
of Honor for his actions. Dr. Madill was a guest of the President of 
the United States at the Medal of Honor ceremony.
   Since returning to Montana, Dr. Madill works as an emergency 
physician in Great Falls where he's delivered care to thousands of 
Montanans. He continues to create special bonds with his patients both 
veteran and non-veteran where he receives numerous thank you cards for 
his care and compassion.
   I ask my colleagues to join me today in commending Justin Madill for 
his dedication and service.

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