Honoring Commander Leda Mei Li Chong ; Hon. Pete Sessions of the Texas in the House of Representatives
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Mr. SESSIONS. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize the outstanding efforts of and the recent promotion of Commander Leda Mei Chong of the United States Navy. Commander Chong reported to her first assignment at Naval Nuclear Power School, Orlando, Florida as an instructor of mathematics, chemistry, materials engineering, and radiological controls. Her second assignment was as the Administrative Department Head at Afloat Training Group Pacific, San Diego. In 1994 she reported to Naval Postgraduate School as a student in the Systems Technology/Joint C3I curriculum.
In 1994 Chong reported to Naval Postgraduate School as a student in the Systems Technology/Joint C3I curriculum.
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