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Congressman Robert Aderholt

Representing the 4th District of Alabama

Defense

"National defense is one of the cardinal duties of a statesman." John Adams, January 1815

From the beginning, the United States military has protected us and defended America's ideals at home and abroad.  It's a history and tradition of which we are justifiably proud.  Today, now more than ever, a strong national defense is critical to our continued well-being.  That means giving the men and women in our armed forces the equipment and training that they need to do their jobs, wherever those jobs may take them.  

It also means supporting them once they return home and beyond.  When a person puts on the uniform for the United States military, they're making a lifelong commitment. That commitment runs both ways. 

I believe that there are few things more important than supporting the troops who are defending our nation today and tomorrow. We have a responsibility to those who came before them just as we'll have a responsibility to those who follow.

More on Defense

March 1, 2017 Press Release

Washington, D.C. — Congressman Robert Aderholt (AL-04) tonight released the following statement in regard to President Donald Trump’s message to a joint session of Congress.

 

“As I expected and hoped for, President Trump gave a message to Congress that he is committed to making sure Washington is no longer 'business as usual.’ After eight years of a White House that took a passive, apologetic approach to America and the world, we finally have a President who has announced America is back and literally wants it to be great again.

 

May 27, 2016 Video

This Memorial Day Weekend I hope that you will take time to remember the true cost of our freedom. The men featured in this video are all from the 4th Congressional District and are listed by the Department of Defense as being killed in action since the September 11th attacks in 2001. This is the true sacrifice that keeps us free. We can't and we won't forget them or the others who have died serving our country since 1776.