Mullin Announces SASC Subcommittee Assignments for 118th Congress

Today, U.S. Senator Markwayne Mullin announced his Senate Armed Services Committee subcommittee assignments for the 118th Congress. The freshman Oklahoma Senator will serve on the following subcommittees: Airland; Emerging Threats and Capabilities; and Readiness and Management Support.

“The Senate Armed Services Committee fulfills an essential duty to provide for America’s common defense,” said Senator Mullin. “These subcommittees will give me the best possible platform to serve our servicemembers, their families, and defense civilians across our five world-class military instillations in Oklahoma. I’m proud to serve our armed forces on these important subcommittees, and I look forward to working alongside Oklahoma’s bases to strengthen our military capabilities for generations to come.”

More on Senator Mullin’s subcommittee assignments:

Subcommittee on Airland 

Responsibilities: Army planning and operations policy and programs (less space, cyber, and special operations); and Air Force planning and operations policy and programs (less nuclear weapons, space, cyber, and special operations).

Special additional areas: National Guard and Reserve planning and operations policy and equipment.

Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities 

Responsibilities: Policies and programs related to science and technology, special operations, intelligence, counterterrorism, security cooperation, strategic communications and information operations, countering weapons of mass destruction, and homeland defense.

Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support 

Responsibilities: Military readiness including training, logistics, and maintenance; military construction; housing construction and privatization; contracting and acquisition policy; business and financial management; Pentagon audit; base realignment and closure; and defense energy and environmental programs.

Special additional areas: Conventional ammunition procurement; RDT&E infrastructure; National Defense Stockpile; defense industrial and technology base policies; facility and housing maintenance and repair; land and property management; information technology management policy (excluding cyber); and industrial operations, including depots, shipyards, arsenals, and ammunition plants.