Speeches are official statements of the Department of Defense.
Remarks on "The Logic of American Strategy in the Middle East" (2016 IISS Manama Dialogue)
Remarks on Receiving the Ronald Reagan Peace Through Strength Award
Remarks on "Ensuring Continued Excellence in Defense at a Time of Strategic Transition" (Reagan National Defense Forum)
Veterans Day Remarks
Remarks Honoring Zbigniew Brzezinski with the DOD Distinguished Public Service Award
Remarks at STRATCOM Change of Command
Remarks at Stand Up for Heroes Reception
Remarks on "Forging Two New Links to the Force of the Future"
Remarks on "The Path to an Innovative Future for Defense" (CSIS Third Offset Strategy Conference)
NDU Foundation American Patriot Award
Remarks at XII Conference of Defense Ministers of the Americas
Remarks at the First Meeting of the Defense Innovation Board
Remarks at DoD Disability Awards Ceremony
Remarks to the Association of the U.S. Army Annual Convention
Remarks at Ceremony Honoring 2016 Olympians and Paralympians
Remarks by Secretary Carter at ASEAN Defense Informal
Remarks on “The Future of the Rebalance: Enabling Security in the Vital & Dynamic Asia-Pacific”
Spirit of Hope Award
Remarks on "Sustaining Nuclear Deterrence"
Opening Statement on "U.S. National Security Challenges and Ongoing Military Operations" before the Senate Armed Services Committee
Submitted Statement on "U.S. National Security Challenges and Ongoing Military Operations" before the Senate Armed Services Committee
Remarks Honoring Senator Carl Levin and Senator John Warner
Remarks to the Air Force Association
Remarks at National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony
Remarks Announcing a DIUx Outpost in Austin, Texas
Remarks at September 11th Pentagon Observance Ceremony
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter Dinner Remarks UN Peacekeeping Defense Ministerial
Remarks on the "U.S.-UK Alliance and the Future of the Principled International Order"
Remarks presenting the Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award of the Guard and Reserve
Retirement Ceremony of General John "Jay" Paxton