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Preserving the Transatlantic Democratic Order

with Dan Coats

About Dan Coats

Dan Coats was sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany on August 15, 2001 by President George W. Bush. A former member of Congress, Coats represented the state of Indiana in the U.S. Senate from 1989 to 1999, and in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1981 to 1988. As Senator, Dan Coats was a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, serving as Chairman of the Military Personnel and Air/Land Forces Subcommittees. He also served on the Senate Select Committee for Intelligence and the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee. In the Senate, he joined with Democratic Senator Joseph Lieberman in advocating and authorizing a number of defense reform and transformation initiatives.

Remarks to the Texas National Security Review:

The Papers of Dan Coats

Sagamore Institute was co-founded by Dan Coats in 2004 as he was wrapping up his tenure as US Ambassador to Germany. We invite you to explore a timeline of his speeches and remarks below to learn more about Mr. Coat’s service to the United States security interests.

Marine Corps Ball

READNovember 6, 2004

Goose Dinner

READDecember 9, 2003

Meterweise Amerika

READDecember 5, 2002

September 11 Memorial

READSeptember 11, 2002