KATKO, JOHN (a Representative from New York)

KATKO, JOHN (a Representative from New York)

Bills and resolutions cosponsored

Alcoholic beverages: recognize contributions of American Viticultural Areas and winegrowing regions (see H. Res. 766), H7943 [7SE]

Animals: prohibit issuance of licenses to certain individuals connected to dealers of dogs who have had licenses revoked (see H.R. 4691), H9152 [27SE]

——— protect common household pets from harmful confinement (see H.R. 4941), H7156 [24JY]

Armed Forces: provide permanent appropriations for death gratuities and related survivor benefits for survivors of deceased members in the event of lapsed appropriations (see H.R. 1928), H3397 [17AP]

Army Specialist Jose L. Ruiz Post Office Building, Brentwood, NY: designate (see H.R. 5412), H3049 [26MR]

Aviation: create opportunities for women in the aviation industry (see H.R. 4673), H3211 [12AP]

Bush, George: tribute (see H. Res. 1172), H9820 [10DE]

CBO: modernize scoring of preventive health legislation to assess long-term health savings (see H.R. 2953), H8171 [12SE]

Crime: prohibit importation or transportation of child sex dolls (see H.R. 4655), H733 [30JA]

Dept. of Agriculture: end use of cats in experiments that cause pain or stress (see H.R. 5780), H5154 [13JN]

——— establish Rural Partnerships Office to provide assistance to rural communities and small towns with infrastructure planning, asset management, life-cycle accounting, and project oversight (see H.R. 4947), H901 [6FE]

——— reauthorize Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (see H.R. 5259), H1542 [13MR]

——— reauthorize National Organic Program and provide for modernization of organic import documentation, new technology advancements, and stricter enforcement of organic products entering the U.S. (see H.R. 3871), H1442 [6MR]

Dept. of Commerce: study and report on well-being of newsprint and publishing industry and suspend import taxes on uncoated groundwood paper pending assessment of effect on printing and publishing industry (see H.R. 6031), H7689 [25JY]

Dept. of Defense: study servicemembers’ exposure to open burn pits and toxic airborne chemicals while on active duty to ensure appropriate treatment for health effects (see H.R. 5671), H5507 [21JN]

Dept. of Education: address and take action to prevent bullying and harassment of students (see H.R. 1957), H9425 [9OC]

Dept. of HHS: direct Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network to reform liver allocation criteria based on donor’s place of residence or listing, except to avoid wasting organs (see H.R. 6517), H7751 [10AU]

——— provide for additional programs funded by grants to strengthen health care system response to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking (see H.R. 7212), H9763 [3DE]

——— reauthorize school-based health centers (see H.R. 5899), H6465 [17JY]

Dept. of Homeland Security: authorize cyber incident response teams (see H.R. 5074), H1336 [27FE]

——— conduct a threat and operational analysis of ports of entry (see H.R. 6400), H6463 [17JY]

——— develop a strategy to secure schools and institutions of higher education from acts of terrorism, active shooters, and other homeland security threats (see H.R. 5731), H3884 [9MY]

——— develop an engagement strategy with State and local fusion centers (see H.R. 5079), H1226 [23FE]

——— establish a continuous diagnostics and mitigation program (see H.R. 6443), H6587 [19JY]

——— establish Biometric Identification Transnational Migration Alert Program (see H.R. 6439), H6587 [19JY]

——— establish immigration advisory program (see H.R. 5207), H1503 [8MR]

——— establish Office of Biometric Identity Management (see H.R. 5206), H1503 [8MR]

——— establish program to improve election system cybersecurity by facilitating and encouraging assessments by independent technical experts to identify and report vulnerabilities (see H.R. 6188), H5506 [21JN]

——— improve effectiveness of efforts to identify and address homeland security risks to surface transportation, secure against vehicle-based attacks, and assess new security technologies and measures (see H.R. 5131), H1333 [27FE]

——— improve suspicious activity reporting to prevent acts of terrorism (see H.R. 5094), H1266 [26FE]

——— strengthen border security and increase resources for enforcement of immigration laws (see H.R. 6136), H5363 [20JN]

Dept. of HUD: extend Fair Housing Act protections to persons suffering discrimination on the basis of sex or sexual orientation (see H.R. 1447), H737 [2FE]

——— provide for greater transparency in the HUD-VA Supportive Housing Program (HUD-VASH) for homeless veterans (see H.R. 7022), H9414 [2OC]

Dept. of Justice: provide grants to local education agencies to purchase and install devices in schools for the immediate notification of appropriate officials in case of emergency (see H.R. 4811), H1503 [8MR]

——— reauthorize Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Program Secure Our Schools grant program (see H.R. 4909), H1478 [7MR]

Dept. of the Interior: establish National Park Service and Public Lands Legacy Restoration Fund to address maintenance backlog of the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, BLM, and Bureau of Indian Education (see H.R. 6510), H7729 [26JY]

Dept. of the Treasury: establish a Pension Rehabilitation Administration to make loans to multiemployer defined benefit plans from a Pension Rehabilitation Trust Fund (see H.R. 4444), H9408 [28SE]

Dept. of Transportation: develop bus operations safety risk reduction programs to improve safety and training for drivers and modify bus specifications and technology to reduce accidents (see H.R. 6016), H4848 [6JN]

——— issue regulations allowing qualified drivers under the age of 21 who complete a vehicle operation and mentor-apprentice training program to move freight across State lines (see H.R. 5358), H3783 [7MY]

——— prepare a plan on preservation needs of Route 66 (see H.R. 66), H1502 [8MR]

Dept. of Veterans Affairs: conduct a pilot program on posttraumatic growth (see H.R. 5986), H5581 [22JN]

——— ensure children of homeless veterans are included in the calculation of certain per diem grant amounts (see H.R. 4099), H478 [17JA]

——— establish presumption of service connection for certain veterans with tinnitus or hearing loss (see H.R. 4320), H8732 [17SE]

——— establish presumption of service connection for disabilities relative to blast exposures (see H.R. 4321), H8732 [17SE]

——— improve care provided to newborn children (see H.R. 907), H8727 [13SE]

——— increase certain veteran funeral benefits (see H.R. 1212), H8727 [13SE]

——— permit display of Battlefield Crosses in national cemeteries (see H.R. 4312), H405 [16JA]

Disabled: prohibit discrimination against individuals with disabilities who need long-term services and supports (see H.R. 2472), H7782 [31AU]

Doherty, Glen: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (see H.R. 2315), H3979 [15MY]

Elections: constitutional amendment on contributions and expenditures intended to affect elections (see H.J. Res. 31), H9444 [23OC]

Employment: make E-verify program for employment eligibility confirmation permanent and mandatory (see H.R. 6417), H6557 [18JY]

——— strengthen protections for employees experiencing harassment in the workplace, including sexual harassment and assault and harassment based on protected categories (see H.R. 6406), H9153 [27SE]

EPA: exempt from certain Clean Air Act requirements law enforcement agency incinerator units when used for the sole purpose of destroying contraband or household pharmaceuticals (see H.R. 6291), H7728 [26JY]

Europe: reject Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Europe, support energy security and diversification, and impose sanctions against individuals and companies working on pipeline (see H. Res. 1035), H9421 [5OC]

——— require reports by Dept. of State, Dept. of the Treasury, and Office of the Director of National Intelligence on construction of Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Europe (see H.R. 6224), H9449 [26OC]

Fair Labor Standards Act: align certain provisions with Federal disability laws and policies intended to remove societal and institutional barriers to employment opportunities for people with disabilities (see H.R. 1377), H9569 [16NO]

Family Violence Prevention and Services Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 6014), H5154 [13JN]

FEMA: reauthorize Port Security Grant Program (see H.R. 6609), H7723 [26JY]

Firearms: prohibit possession or transfer of certain firearm accessories that modify semi-automatic weapons to fire at the rate of automatic weapons (see H.R. 3999), H1374 [5MR]

Foreign policy: support continued cooperation with Israel, ensure adequate capabilites to counter Iran’s destabilizing activities, and support stability and safety in the Middle East (see H. Res. 785), H5581 [22JN]

Gleason, Stephen M.: award Congressional Gold Medal (see H.R. 5499), H10337 [19DE]

Historic buildings and sites: provide for public and private sector partnerships to preserve, conserve, and enhance visitor experiences at significant battlefields of the American Revolution, War of 1812, and Civil War (see H.R. 6108), H7921 [6SE]

House Rules: encourage consensus and increase accountability and transparency (see H. Res. 1090), H9439 [19OC]

Housing: require all newly constructed, federally assisted single-family houses and town houses meet minimum standards of visitability for the disabled (see H.R. 6509), H9449 [26OC]

Immigration: create a nonimmigrant H-2C work visa program for agricultural workers (see H.R. 6417), H6557 [18JY]

——— provide relief from removal and adjustment of status of aliens who are long-term U.S. residents and entered U.S. as children, improve border security, and foster U.S. engagement in Central America (see H.R. 4796), H403 [16JA]

——— reform (H.R. 4760), consideration (see H. Res. 774), H1542 [13MR]

Indianapolis (U.S.S.): award a Congressional Gold Medal to the crew (see H.R. 4107), H478 [17JA]

Insurance: ensure health coverage for individuals with pre-existing conditions and reinstate such coverage in the case of a court ruling that would hinder such coverage (see H. Res. 1066), H8726 [13SE]

Iran: impose additional sanctions relative to serious human rights abuses, entities controlled by Iranian armed forces, supporters of ballistic missile program, and violations of agreement relative to nuclear program (see H.R. 4821), H733 [30JA]

——— impose sanctions against Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (see H.R. 5132), H3397 [17AP]

Israel: authorize military assistance, support ability to address conventional and emerging threats, and enhance cooperation in areas of mutual interest (see H.R. 5141), H3444 [18AP]

Joseph Sanford Jr., Channel, NY: designate (see H.R. 6125), H8886 [25SE]

Korea, Republic of: provide high-skilled visas for nationals (see H.R. 2106), H9092 [26SE]

Land and Water Conservation Fund: provide consistent and reliable authority and funding to maximize effectiveness for future generations (see H.R. 6759), H9416 [2OC]

Law enforcement: provide first-time, low-level, nonviolent simple drug possession offenders under age 25 an opportunity to expunge that conviction after successful completion of court-imposed probation (see H.R. 2617), H6650 [23JY]

Louise and Bob Slaughter Post Office, Fairport, NY: designate (see H.R. 7293), H10209 [13DE]

Major Robert Odell Owens Post Office, Brooklyn, NY: designate (see H.R. 5238), H1506 [9MR]

Marine Corps: designate national day of remembrance for terrorist bombings of Marine Corps Barracks in Beirut, Lebanon (see H. Res. 967), H7157 [24JY]

Maurice D. Hinchey Post Office Building, Saugerties, NY: designate (see H.R. 4722), H405 [16JA]

Medicaid: increase number of States that may conduct demonstration programs to improve access to community mental health services (see H.R. 3931), H975 [7FE]

Medicare: align physician supervision requirements for radiology services provided by advanced level radiographers with State requirements (see H.R. 1904), H7156 [24JY]

——— coordinate programs to prevent and treat obesity (see H.R. 1953), H3064 [9AP]

——— permit review of certain payment determinations for disproportionate share hospitals (see H.R. 5985), H6042 [10JY]

——— provide coverage for wigs as durable medical equipment (see H.R. 2925), H9408 [28SE]

——— provide for distribution of additional residency positions to help combat the opioid crisis (see H.R. 5818), H5154 [13JN]

Mental Health Month: designate (see H. Res. 883), H3885 [9MY]

National Law Enforcement Museum: mint coins in commemoration of opening (see H.R. 4732), H3444 [18AP]

National Park Service: establish, fund, and provide for use of amounts in a National Park Service Legacy Restoration Fund to address the maintenance backlog (see H.R. 2584), H737 [2FE]

——— provide competitive grants for operation, security, and maintenance of certain memorials to victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 (see H.R. 6287), H7689 [25JY]

National Purple Heart Hall of Honor: mint coins in commemoration (see H.R. 1683), H6041 [10JY]

National Sea Grant College Program Act: reauthorize and amend (see H.R. 4306), H7156 [24JY]

National Senior Corps Week: designate (see H. Res. 859), H3742 [27AP]

New York, NY: extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (see H.R. 7062), H9444 [23OC]

NOAA: reauthorize national harmful algal blooms and hypoxia program and require an assessment and action plan for reducing harmful algal blooms and hypoxia in the Greater Everglades region (see H.R. 6645), H7871 [5SE]

Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge: rename as Congressman Lester Wolff National Wildlife Refuge (see H.R. 6064), H7824 [4SE]

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: delay reimposition of annual fee on health insurance providers (see H.R. 5963), H7943 [7SE]

——— extend moratorium on annual fee on health insurance providers (see H.R. 4831), H785 [5FE]

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month: support goals and ideals (see H. Res. 864), H3742 [27AP]

Postal Service: ensure that the Postal Service remains an independent establishment of the Federal Government and is not subject to privatization (see H. Res. 993), H7777 [28AU]

Puerto Rico: enable admission as a State (see H.R. 6246), H7871 [5SE]

Railroads: require a minimum of 2-person crews for freight trains (see H.R. 233), H7156 [24JY]

Ross Bouyea Post Office Building, Plattsburgh, NY: designate (see H.R. 6930), H9149 [27SE]

Route 66 Centennial Commission: establish (see H.R. 66), H1502 [8MR]

Secret Service: extend overtime pay exception for agents (see H.R. 6893), H8884 [25SE]

Smith, Sean: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (see H.R. 2315), H3979 [15MY]

Social Security: eliminate waiting period for disability insurance benefits for individuals with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) (see H.R. 1171), H9415 [2OC]

——— eliminate waiting periods for disability insurance benefits and Medicare coverage for individuals with metastatic breast cancer (see H.R. 6114), H9153 [27SE]

Sports: mint coins in commemoration of anniversary of integration of baseball (see H.R. 6469), H7157 [24JY]

Staff Sergeant Alexandria Gleason-Morrow Post Office Building, Dansville, NY: designate (see H.R. 5395), H2041 [22MR]

Stevens, J. Christopher: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (see H.R. 2315), H3979 [15MY]

Taxation: allow tax credits to veterans for establishment of franchises (see H.R. 4473), H3887 [9MY]

——— expand credit for expenditures to provide access to disabled individuals (see H.R. 5536), H9444 [23OC]

——— increase limitation on State and local tax deduction for married individuals (see H.R. 5913), H8732 [17SE]

——— provide families with more discretion in the use of, and contributions to, flexible spending accounts for health care services (see H.R. 1204), H4733 [25MY]

——— provide for an investment tax credit relative to production of electricity from nuclear energy (see H.R. 5732), H3885 [9MY]

Transportation Security Administration: establish National Deployment Office (see H.R. 6461), H6588 [19JY]

——— require strategy to diversify the technology stakeholder marketplace relative to acquisition of security screening technologies (see H.R. 6459), H7157 [24JY]

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: reauthorize Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program and certain conservation funds and establish prize competitions on wildlife and endangered species protection and invasive species management (see H.R. 5885), H7156 [24JY]

U.S. International Development Finance Corp.: establish (see H.R. 5105), H4981 [7JN]

Veterans: expand eligibility for concurrent receipt of military retired pay or combat-related compensation with service-connected disability benefits and eliminate phase-in period for such benefits (see H.R. 333), H9420 [5OC]

Wildlife: support wildlife conservation, improve anti-trafficking enforcement, reward anti-trafficking whistleblowers, and use fines and other penalties to fund conservation efforts (see H.R. 5697), H7156 [24JY]

Woods, Tyrone: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (see H.R. 2315), H3979 [15MY]

World War II: award a Congressional Gold Medal to Chinese American veterans in recognition of dedicated service (see H.R. 2358), H5201 [14JN]

Bills and resolutions introduced

Coast Guard: restrict implementation of rule requiring use of biometric readers for biometric transportation security cards until after submission of assessment of effectiveness of transportation security card program (see H.R. 5729), H3884 [9MY]

Commission on Securing Our Nation’s Children: establish (see H.R. 5380), H2040 [22MR]

Dept. of HHS: authorize a loan repayment program for mental health professionals (see H.R. 6597), H7723 [26JY]

Dept. of Homeland Security: reauthorize Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program (see H.R. 6992), H9405 [28SE]

Dept. of Justice: provide Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Program grants to States that adopt red flag laws to remove guns from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others (see H.R. 6747), H7941 [7SE]

EPA: provide to State infrastructure financing authorities additional opportunities to receive loans to support drinking water and clean water State revolving funds to deliver water infrastructure to communities (see H.R. 4902), H731 [30JA]

National Suicide Prevention Month: designate (see H. Res. 1067), H8726 [13SE]

Transportation Security Administration: ensure only travelers who are members of a trusted traveler program use security screening lanes designated for trusted travelers (see H.R. 6265), H5974 [28JN]

——— establish Surface Transportation Security Advisory Committee (see H.R. 5081), H1226 [23FE]

——— require testing and evaluation of advanced screening technologies (see H.R. 5730), H3884 [9MY]

Constitutional authority statements

Coast Guard: restrict implementation of rule requiring use of biometric readers for biometric transportation security cards until after submission of assessment of effectiveness of transportation security card program (H.R. 5729), H3886 [9MY]

Commission on Securing Our Nation’s Children: establish (H.R. 5380), H2042 [22MR]

Dept. of HHS: authorize a loan repayment program for mental health professionals (H.R. 6597), H7726 [26JY]

Dept. of Homeland Security: reauthorize Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program (H.R. 6992), H9407 [28SE]

Dept. of Justice: provide Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Program grants to States that adopt red flag laws to remove guns from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others (H.R. 6747), H7942 [7SE]

EPA: provide to State infrastructure financing authorities additional opportunities to receive loans to support drinking water and clean water State revolving funds to deliver water infrastructure to communities (H.R. 4902), H732 [30JA]

Transportation Security Administration: ensure only travelers who are members of a trusted traveler program use security screening lanes designated for trusted travelers (H.R. 6265), H5976 [28JN]

——— establish Surface Transportation Security Advisory Committee (H.R. 5081), H1226 [23FE]

——— require testing and evaluation of advanced screening technologies (H.R. 5730), H3886 [9MY]

Letters

Maritime Border Security Review Act: Representative McCaul, Committee on Homeland Security (House), H7797 [4SE]

——— Representative Shuster, Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House), H7797 [4SE]

Remarks

Animals: establish a working group to determine ways to develop a domestic canine breeding network to produce high quality explosives detection canines (H.R. 4577), H33 [9JA]

Auburn, NY: Derby & Miller publishing company historical marker recognition, E1015• [16JY]

Aviation: conduct a global aviation security review (H.R. 4559), H42• [9JA]

——— provide for third-party testing of airport security screening technology (H.R. 4561), H36, H37, H38 [9JA]

Baldwinsville, NY: anniversary of Canton Woods Senior Center, E1243• [13SE]

Camillus, NY: anniversary of Maxwell Memorial Library, E681• [18MY]

Cayuga County, NY: anniversary of Chapel House Shelter, E161• [8FE]

Coast Guard: restrict implementation of rule requiring use of biometric readers for biometric transportation security cards until after submission of assessment of effectiveness of transportation security card program (H.R. 5729), H5996, H5997 [10JY]

Constitution Week: observance, E1244• [13SE]

Dept. of Homeland Security: establish position of Chief Data Officer (H.R. 6447), H7801, H7802, H7803 [4SE]

——— improve security of public areas of transportation facilities (H.R. 5766), H5629, H5630 [25JN]

——— prepare a maritime border threat analysis and design a strategic plan based on such analysis (H.R. 5869), H7796, H7798, H7799 [4SE]

——— require an overseas personnel enhancement plan (H.R. 4567), H34, H36 [9JA]

——— streamline Federal contractor fitness determinations (H.R. 6374), H7799, H7800, H7801 [4SE]

Diabetes Alert Day: observance, E321• [15MR]

Diseases and disorders: Alzheimer’s disease research funding, H7716 [26JY]

Drugs: address prescription opioid and heroin abuse, H5099 [13JN]

——— clarify how synthetic drugs known as analogues are to be regulated (H.R. 2851), H5099 [13JN], H5207, H5209 [15JN]

Fulton, NY: tribute to Fulton Fire Dept., for Oswego River rescue, E130• [2FE]

Haylor, Freyer & Coon, Inc.: anniversary, E1274• [20SE]

House of Representatives: legislative program, H5221 [15JN]

Liverpool, NY: anniversary of Keepsake Village at Greenpoint, E1077• [26JY]

——— tribute to Liverpool High School boys’ basketball team, E824• [12JN]

Lyons, NY: downtown historical district granted a designation on the National Register of Historic Places, E861• [19JN]

Moravia, NY: Moravia Middle School inclusion in National Forum To Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform ‘‘School to Watch’’ list, E649• [15MY]

National Hockey League: tribute to Declaration of Principles, E291• [9MR]

New York: tribute to ‘‘Harvest for All’’ Program participants, E1679• [17DE]

Nosotros Radio, Inc.: anniversary, E1305• [26SE]

Onondaga County, NY: anniversary of arrival of Bhutanese refugee community, E822• [12JN]

Oswego, NY: anniversary of Oswego Elks Lodge 271, E1367• [5OC]

——— tribute to Oswego High School girls’ volleyball team, E123• [2FE]

PEACE, Inc.: anniversary, H1757 [22MR]

Saratoga Springs, NY: observance of Solomon Northup Day, E3• [5JA]

Simplex Manufacturing Co.: anniversary, E825• [12JN]

Syracuse, NY: anniversary of Biscotti Cafe, E347• [20MR]

——— anniversary of Boys and Girls Club of Camarillo, E510• [23AP]

——— anniversary of Provisions Bakery & Restaurant, E348• [20MR]

——— anniversary of St. George Macedonian Orthodox Church, E1221• [7SE]

——— anniversary of Syracuse Hancock International Airport Gregory J. Harris Military Courtesy Room, E1095• [26JY]

——— anniversary of the Everson Museum of Art, E1262• [17SE]

——— tribute to Fairmount Fire Dept., E290• [9MR]

——— tribute to Jamesville DeWitt High School girls’ basketball team, E859• [19JN]

——— tribute to McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center, E381• [29MR]

Syracuse Crunch (hockey team): anniversary, E1393• [12OC]

Syracuse University: anniversary of Syracuse University Press, E1396• [12OC]

Transportation Security Administration: ensure only travelers who are members of a trusted traveler program use security screening lanes designated for trusted travelers (H.R. 6265), H7807, H7808 [4SE]

——— establish National Deployment Office (H.R. 6461), H7809, H7810 [4SE]

——— establish Surface Transportation Security Advisory Committee (H.R. 5081), H5625, H5626, H5627 [25JN]

——— require testing and evaluation of advanced screening technologies (H.R. 5730), H5627, H5628, H5629 [25JN]

Vera House, Inc.: tribute to White Ribbon Campaign against domestic violence and sexual abuse, H1736 [21MR]

Votes: position on missed, E335• [19MR]

Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.: anniversary, E1604• [6DE]

YWCA: anniversary, E1609• [6DE]

Tributes

Allison, Roderick, H4745 [5JN]

Ayotte, Joseph, E821• [12JN]

Babcock, Betty, E479• [17AP]

Baker, Bonnie and John (Hank), E1453• [26OC]

Cavuto, Stu, E1035• [19JY]

Costello, Patrick, E1211• [5SE]

Cvengros, Stephen, E822• [12JN]

Deegan, Bob, E1061• [25JY]

Gould, David, E1288• [25SE]

Harvey, Krista, H36 [9JA]

Jordan, Clarence, E1244• [13SE]

Kay, Shirley Miller, E1535• [16NO]

Maher, Kelli, E170• [13FE]

Mascato, Melanie, E1035• [19JY]

May, Samuel J., E1370• [5OC]

McGraw, John, E1532• [16NO]

Messere, Mike, E1061• [25JY]

Morgan, Donald, E1204• [5SE]

Oaks, Bob, E1589• [30NO]

O’Gorman, Sean, E693• [21MY]

Parry, Lawrence, E694• [21MY]

Remagen, Nole E., H7716 [26JY]

Rogers, Stephen A., E322• [15MR]

Roorda, Jackie Bush, E171• [13FE]

Sheedy, Maureen, E1537• [16NO]

Slaughter, Louise McIntosh, H3386 [17AP]

Todd, Reuel A., E1588• [30NO]

Trapps, Darryl, E1678• [17DE]

Walker, Mary Edwards, E1307• [26SE]

Wheeler, Jason, E1035• [19JY]