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Walz Walz is a surname of German origin. It that may refer to:
Tim Walz Upon his swearing in, Walz became the highest-ranking retired enlisted soldier ever to serve in Congress, as well as only the fourth Democrat/DFLer to represent the 1st District. The others were Thomas Wilson (1887–89), William Harries (1891–93), and Tim Penny 1983–1995 (DFL).
Tim Walz Representing a district that has traditionally voted Republican, Walz has cast votes ranging from moderate to liberal. He voted against the act to Prohibit Federally Funded Abortion Services, and voted to advance the Affordable Care Act out of the house. He has also voted to continue troop funding for military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and voted against the 2008 TARP bill, which purchased troubled assets from financial institutions.
Tim Walz Walz supports abortion rights and has a 100% rating from Planned Parenthood. The National Right to Life Committee gave him a rating of zero. In early 2009, Walz voted for the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.
Versandhaus Walz Versandhaus Walz GmbH is a mail order company located in Bad Waldsee, Upper Swabia. It was founded by Alfons Walz in 1952. Its main products are fashion, childcare products and homewares. Today the company operates in Germany, Austria, France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark.
Franz Walz Generalleutnant Franz Walz began his military career in the infantry in 1905. In 1912, he switched to aviation. He attained the rank of Hauptmann (Captain) while becoming a flying ace during World War I. He flew more than 500 combat sorties in Palestine and upon the Western Front. He scored seven confirmed aerial victories in the latter theater. His later career led him to join the Luftwaffe during World War II. Toward the end of the war, he was captured by the Russians and died in one of their prison camps in December 1945.
Franz Walz When the war began, Walz was the commander of "Feldflieger Abteilung 3" (Field Flier Detachment 3). In November 1914, he was promoted to "Oberleutnant".
Franz Walz On 30 December 1915, he took command of "Kampfstaffel 2" (Tactical Bomber Squadron 2). He became one of the few German two-seater aces, scoring his first aerial victory on 9 April 1916, and his sixth on 29 July 1916. On 30 July, he was wounded in the foot.
Franz Walz Walz was promoted to "Hauptmann" on 20 January 1917. On 14 May 1917, he shot down William Curphey and his Airco DH.2. On 9 June, Walz was posted to command of "Jagdstaffel 34". However, Walz was found lacking as a leader of fighter pilots, and on 25 August 1917 was transferred from France on the Western Front to the Middle East to command "Flieger-Abteilung 304" (Flier Detachment 304). Here he became known as "The Eagle of Jericho".
Mephisto Walz Mephisto Walz are an American gothic rock band formed in 1985. The band's discography includes many full-length albums spanning nearly three decades, through Cleopatra Records and other labels.