|00:00:00||MY OFFICE BY THE NAVY.|
|00:00:05||I THINK IT HAS BEEN BENEFICIAL TO HIM.|
|00:00:07||IT'S BEEN BENEFICIAL TO US ON A HOST OF MATTERS.|
|00:00:09||HE IS A MAN OF INTEGRITY AND HARD WORK AND ABILITY, AND IT'S THE KIND OF BRIGHT, YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN THAT WE HAVE SO MANY OF IN OUR MILITARY AND WANTED TO TAKE THIS MOMENT TO EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION FOR HIS FABULOUS SSSMENTS I THANK THE CHAIR AND WOULD YIELD THE FLOOR AND THANK MY COLLEAGUE FOR LETTING ME INTERRUPT HIM.|
|00:00:30||CARDIN: I'M GLAD I YIELDED TO NOR SENATOR SESSIONS FOR THAT POINT BECAUSE I|
Mr. SESSIONS. Madam President, I want to make a 1-minute comment about a Navy fellow who has been in my office. I am reluctant to interrupt, but the Senator is so eloquent, I know he can handle the interruption almost better than anybody else.
CDR Brent Breining has been assigned to my office for the year by the Navy. I hope it has been beneficial to him. I think it has been. It has certainly been beneficial to us on a host of matters. He is a man of ability, of integrity and hard work, and he symbolizes the kind of bright young men and women we have so many of in our military. I wanted to take this moment to express my appreciation for his fabulous service.
I thank the Chair, I yield the floor, and I thank my colleague for letting me interrupt him.