U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee Roster
As of January 22, 2019

January 22, 2019 by TWN Staff
The East Front of the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., on December 25, 2018. (Evan Golub/Zuma Press/TNS)

Chairman: Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA)

Ranking Member: Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-TX)

Below is the full roster for the Armed Services Committee in the 116th Congress. Members are listed alphabetically by last name.

Democratic Majority

Anthony Brown (MD)

Salud Carbajal (CA)

Gil Cisneros (CA)

Jim Cooper (TN)

Joe Courtney (CT)

Jason Crow (CO)

Susan Davis (CA)

Veronica Escobar (TX)

Tulsi Gabbard (HI)

Ruben Gallego (AZ)

John Garamendi (CA)

Jared Golden (ME)

Deb Haaland (NM)

Katie Hill (CA)

Kendra Horn (OK)

Chrissy Houlahan (PA)

Bill Keating (MA)

Ro Khanna (CA)

Andy Kim (NJ)

James R. Langevin (RI)

Rick Larsen (WA)

Elaine Luria (VA)

Donald McEachin (VA)

Seth Moulton (MA)

Stephanie Murphy (FL)

Donald Norcross (NJ)

Tom O’Halleran (AZ)

Jimmy Panetta (CA)

Mikie Sherrill (NJ)

Elissa Slotkin (MI)

Jackie Speier (CA)

Thomas Suozzi (NY)

Xochitl Torres Small (NM)

Lori Trahan (MA)

Marc A. Veasey (TX)

Filemon Vela (TX)

Republican Minority*

Ralph Abraham (LA)

Don Bacon (NE)

Jim Banks (IN)

Jack Bergman (MI)

Rob Bishop (UT)

Mo Brooks (AL)

Bradley Byrne (AL)

Liz Cheney (WY)

Michael Conaway (TX)

Paul Cook (CA)

Scott DeJarlais (TN)

Matt Gaetz (FL)

Mike Gallagher (WI)

Sam Graves (MO)

Vicky Hartzler (MO)

Trent Kelly (MS)

Doug Lamborn (CO)

Paul Mitchell (MI)

Mike Rogers (WA)

Austin Scott (GA)

Elise Stefanik (NY)

Mike Turner (OH)

Michael Waltz (FL)

Joe Wilson (SC)

Rob Wittman (VA)

 

*Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC) is on medical leave from the House Armed Services Committee.

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