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Hagan refrained from specifically addressing any topic in a brief question-and-answer session with local media but did note that much of her discussions with MarSOC and II MEF leadership focused on her work with the Emerging Threats subcommittee.
While she declined to answer questions about whether she would return to Capitol Hill with specific action points in reference to local Marines, Hagan said she wanted to continue the tradition of support of the armed forces that made North Carolina the most military-friendly state in the country.
“I think our nation is incredibly proud and incredibly supportive of our Marines,” she said. “And I would like to be the Marines’ advocate on the hill. I want to be sure that we continue to equip our Marines with all the equipment and training that they need to get their mission done.”