Tribute to Admiral T. Joseph Lopez on the occasion of his retirement Retirement
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Mr. WARNER. Mr. President, I rise today to pay tribute to Admiral Joe Lopez on the occasion of his Change of Command as Commander of Allied Forces, Southern Europe and U.S. Naval Forces, Europe and his retirement from the United States Navy after 39 years of dedicated service to the nation.
Admiral Lopez was the only Navy commanding officer to lead a river assault into Cambodia. Lopez was assigned to the Naval Postgraduate School from 1970-73. Following tours of duty at the Naval Postgraduate School
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