"Sergeant White's actions during a long and bloody night in the Nuristan province of Afghanistan saved American lives and exemplified the highest values of the United States Army. Sergeant White's bravery and heroism in combat are a testament to his commitment to service and dedication to his country. We are proud to have veterans like him in our state, and I know that North Carolina is better, safer and stronger because of his service."
"Eliminating the ability to rapidly mobilize to train and deploy with local commanders, air crew and aircraft that have an established relationship with our most in-demand forces increases risks at an unacceptable rate."
La Noticia Asheville: Senator attends check delivery to Mountain BizWorks
April 9, 2014
Fayetteville Observer: U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan challenges defense officials about deactivating Pope Field's 440th Reserve Airlift Wing
April 9, 2014
Raleigh News and Observer: Hagan working to keep C-130 aircraft at Pope
April 8, 2014
WNCN Raleigh told the story of Ethan Mullis, a five-year-old whose life was saved by a test that detected his heart defect. The test is now mandatory for all newborns in North Carolina. My bipartisan Newborn Screening Saves Lives Reauthorization Act passed the Senate earlier this year to make critical improvements to the country's newborn screening system and ensure potentially life-threatening conditions are detected, diagnosed and treated in a timely manner. Watch the story here: