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Senator Hyde-Smith is committed to abide by the constitutional responsibility to “provide for the common defense” of the United States, including the necessary need to rebuild America’s military and readiness.

Senator Hyde-Smith is proud of Mississippi’s enduring support of the Armed Forces.  She is committed to strengthening the state’s significant contributions to national defense, including Air Force bases and Navy installations, the Army National Guard’s primary mobilization installation, a premiere Special Operations training center, a leading Air Force aeromedical evacuation unit, numerous National Guard installations, and Department of Defense supercomputer capabilities.

Senator Hyde-Smith is also grateful for the work of defense industry employees in Mississippi to produce the best equipment and services for the men and women who protect our nation.


Sullivan to Biden: Kerry must be investigated over leaks to Iran

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Sullivan to Biden: Kerry must be investigated over leaks to Iran

By Suzanne Downing

A letter signed by U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan and 17 other senators asks President Joe Biden to investigate whether John Kerry, Biden’s special climate envoy, leaked classified information to Iran during...

Hyde-Smith, Guest respond to Biden’s first address to Congress

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Hyde-Smith, Guest respond to Biden’s first address to Congress

By Brett Campbell

U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss), of Brookhaven, and U.S. Rep. Michael Guest expressed respect for President Joe Biden after his first address to a joint session of Congress Thursday night,...

Miss. congressional leaders react to Biden’s first address to Congress

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Miss. congressional leaders react to Biden’s first address to Congress

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (WLBT) - President Joe Biden declared Wednesday night that “America is rising anew” as he called for an expansion of federal programs to drive the economy past the pandemic and...

Griffin accepted into Naval Academy

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Griffin accepted into Naval Academy

By John Lee

Philadelphia’s Talease Griffin was officially accepted into the United States Naval Academy on April 16 after receiving a nomination from U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and U.S. Rep. Michael Guest in January.

Griffin, 18, was the first...

Ingalls Shipbuilding to Host Drive-In Hiring Event in Hattiesburg

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Ingalls Shipbuilding to Host Drive-In Hiring Event in Hattiesburg

by Kelly Bennett

Ingalls Shipbuilding will host a drive-in hiring event for job seekers from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28 at the Forrest County Multipurpose Center (962 Sullivan Drive).

Attend...

Senate Republicans call to halt UNRWA aid pending reforms

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Senate Republicans call to halt UNRWA aid pending reforms

In a letter to Blinken, 21 senators call for sweeping reforms at the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees

By Marc Rod

Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID), the ranking member on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, led 20 fellow Senate...