Lee Zeldin spent four years on active duty with the U.S. Army serving as a military intelligence officer, federal prosecutor, and military magistrate. In 2006, Lee deployed to Iraq with the elite 82nd Airborne Division. Lee currently serves in the Army Reserves, where the rank of Major. In 2014, Lee was elected to the United States Congress, ousting a twelve-year incumbent in one of the nation’s most competitive House races. The only Jewish Republican in Congress, Lee co-chairs the House Republican Israel Caucus, and serves on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Veterans Affairs Committee, and Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Additionally, he sits on seven subcommittees also serving as Vice Chairman of the Subcommittee on Aviation.