According to his office, Everett will be the first Alabamian in 15 years to hold a leadership job on the committee that's responsible for shaping military policy.
The Republican from Enterprise will lead a newly created panel called the sub-committee on strategic forces.
The panel will have jurisdiction over several programs critical to Alabama, including an air defense program being developed at Lockheed Martin in Pike County.
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