U.S. Congressman Mo Brooks spoke at a luncheon in Huntsville on
Monday afternoon. The event, hosted by the Huntsville Madison County Chamber, saw more than 750 people in attendance.
Congressman Brooks was elected to his fifth term in November 2018. He serves on two
influential House committees: Armed Services and Science, Space and Technology. He also
serves on three important House subcommittees: the Strategic Forces and Readiness
subcommittees on Armed Services and the Space subcommittee on Science, Space, and
Congressman Brooks founded and became co-chairman of the Army Aviation Caucus shortly
after he was first elected in 2010. It is a forum in which Members of Congress, staff, and Army
leadership raise awareness for Army Aviation and seek to affect legislative priorities. The
Caucus now includes more than 40 members and is one of the most active caucuses on Capitol
Congressman Brooks updated the Huntsville business community on critical issues impacting
North Alabama, including key NASA, military, FBI and ATF programs in the region.