A Salute to Admiral Marsha Evans ; The Hon. Sam Farrof California HONORING THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE OF COMMANDER STEVEN J. FUQUA HON. JIM COOPER OF TENNESSEE HONORING THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE OF COMMANDER STEVEN J. FUQUA HON. JIM COOPER OF TENNESSEE in the House of Representatives
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Mr. FARR. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to pay tribute to Rear Admiral Marsha J. Evans, a remarkable woman who served for the past two years as Superintendent of the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California before her recent retirement from the U.S. Navy.
In September 1995, the Naval Postgraduate School was fortunate to have Admiral Evans appointed as Superintendent, and she did not disappoint. Under her leadership, the school further strengthened and developed its academic mission. It began exploring important new fields, such as how to prevent and contain the use of weapons of mass destruction, and expanded such programs as its successful international officer exchange programs at the Center for Civil-Military Relations. Most recently, under Admiral Evans' direction the Naval Postgraduate School hosted a military-wide conference on Professional Military Education, which successfully brought together leading military and civilian educators and policy-makers from around the country to discuss how best to educate our soldiers to fight the conflicts of the future.
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