Honoring the Distinguished Service of Commander Steven J. Fuqua ; The Hon. Jim Cooper of Tennessee in the House of Representatives.
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Mr. COOPER. Mr. Speaker, I am honored to pay tribute today to CommanderIM Steven J. Fuqua, who is retiring this summer from the United States Navy after 20 distinguished years of service. Commander Fuqua is a native of my district, from Nashville, Tennessee. During his career, Commander Fuqua held some of the most demanding jobs in the United States Navy and fulfilled these duties superbly. He has served as the chief engineer on a nuclear submarine, an extraordinarily challenging job that requires unstinting, 24-hour attention. He has also served as the Executive Officer on many missions, including one around-the-world deployment aboard the USS Batfish in 1997.
Commander Fuqua received a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA.
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