With the Taliban taking over Afghanistan, members of the Florida delegation reacted this week to the fall of the American-supported government. “For 20 years, American men and women have fought and given their lives in...
At the end of last week, U.S. Rep. Michael Waltz, R-Fla., the first Green Beret to serve in Congress, sent a letter to President Joe Biden urging the administration to take immediate steps to...
the vice chairman and chairman of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, respectively, sent a letter to President Joe Biden, asking the administration to ensure the safety of Afghans who have worked closely with U.S. intelligence in the country.
Waltz pointed to incidents with the “Corps of Cadets being mandated to attend seminars and presentations on critical race theory that included inflammatory lessons and presentations that are detrimental to the mission and morale of the U.S. Army" and “requested the full presentation of seminars, presentations, assemblies, and other related curricula at West Point” in the letter he sent last week.
Waltz introduced the “Sergeant First Class Javier J.Gutierrez Purple Heart Survivor Naturalization Fee Relief Act” on Thursday with the support of U.S. Rep. Salud Carbajal, D-Calif
Waltz announced he will serve on the U.S. House Strategic Forces and the Intelligence and Special Operations (ISO) Subcommittees.
With reports that President Donald Trump is strongly considering drawing troops out of Afghanistan before the 2020 elections, a Florida congressman offered a note of caution.
From his perch on the U.S. House Armed Services Committee, U.S. Rep. Mike Waltz, R-Fla., who served as a Green Beret, is pushing for answers on how powerful Islamic State (ISIS) terrorism is even as the Trump administration continues to make plans to take military personnel out of Syria.
U.S. Rep. Mike Waltz, R-Fla., the only freshman Republican on the U.S. House Armed Services Committee and who served several combat tours as a Green Beret in Afghanistan, took to the national airwaves to weigh in on the Trump administration and the Taliban agreeing “in principle” on a peace deal.