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Transformation Means Profound Change,' Wolfowitz Tells NWC Grads

June 20, 2003 – Today's U.S. military leaders need to think outside the box to contend with massive changes occurring in the national security realm, Deputy Defense Secretary Paul D. Wolfowitz declared June 20 to Naval War College graduates. Military "transformation means profound change," Wolfowitz noted in his prepared remarks to 782 officers comprising the NWC Class of 2003, adding that that change means more than just leveraging technological advances.
Vice President: Army 'Hard at Work' to Transform in a New Era
June 13, 2003 — "The most important ingredient for the Army's success will be the soldiers who take the risk and make the sacrifices and who win our wars," Vice President Dick Cheney, told a Pentagon audience today during a ceremony to salute the Army's 228th birthday.
War on Terrorism Is 'Toughest Challenge' Yet, Myers Says
June 11, 2003 - The war on global terrorism, the U.S. military's top officer told National Defense University graduates here June 10, is the most difficult national security challenge he's experienced in his career.

DoD Examining Military Force 'Footprint' Worldwide
Lisbon, Portugal
June 9, 2003 Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said today that the military is examining the stationing of U.S. troops worldwide. In addition to the recent decision to pull U.S. troops off the demilitarized zone separating the North and South Korea, other movements may occur in the future. "We are at varying stages in different parts of the globe in our thinking," Rumsfeld told reporters traveling with him for a series of European meetings.

U.S. Marines Not Leaving Okinawa for Australia, Wolfowitz Says
May 30 , 2003 —The American military is reviewing its troop deployments worldwide, but U.S. Marines aren't being pulled out of Okinawa for redeployment to Australia, Deputy Defense Secretary Paul D. Wolfowitz said here May 30.

Guard Transformation of Command Structure Seen As Important Chapter
Arlington, Va.
May 28, 2003 — National Guard transformation took a big leap forward when leaders from the 54 states and U.S. territories supported the historic initiative for changing their organization's command structure earlier this month.

Technology, Transformation Improve Battlefield Health Care
March 13, 2003 — Advances in technology and changes in procedures are leading to improved health care for troops before, during and after deployments.

War and Tansformation: The U.S. Military's Story
Feb. 14, 2003 — Transformation of the U.S. armed forces is at the heart of the president's fiscal 2004 defense budget request. Yet at the same time, America must fight a global war on terrorism.
Budget Request Funds War on Terror, Transformation
Feb. 3, 2003 — The president's fiscal 2004 defense budget request would fund the ongoing war on terrorism while continuing the transformation of the armed forces to meet the threats of the future.
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