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Travels with Work - U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense
APRIL 2016
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Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work is on a weeklong trip to meet with U.S.-Nordic-Baltic leaders and his NATO counterparts. His stops will include Sweden and Belgium, where he is visiting military facilities, discussing security challenges and delivering remarks to the European Policy Centre about the Third Offset Strategy.

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Work Meets Baltic and Nordic Defense Representatives in Stockholm

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Deputy Secretary's Sweden, Brussels Trip Furthers U.S.-Regional Collaboration

Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work's trip to meet with military and government officials in Sweden and with NATO representatives in Belgium furthered U.S. collaboration in the region and introduced the DoD's approach to the future of warfare. Story

Work: U.S., NATO Must Use 21st-Century Approaches for Deterrence, Dominance

The strategic landscape is at an inflection point that demands the United States and NATO use 21st-century approaches to address threats large and small, Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work said in a speech in Brussels. Story

Work Praises Sweden’s Regional Leadership, Technological Capabilities

Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work toured military facilities, saw the products of a major local defense company, and discussed regional security as part of his visit to Sweden.Story

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About the Deputy Secretary

Profile photo of Deputy Defense Secretary Bob WorkBob Work was confirmed as the 32nd deputy secretary of defense April 30, 2014. He previously was chief executive officer of the Center for a New American Security. From 2009 to 2013, Work served as the undersecretary of the Navy. In this capacity, he was the deputy and principal assistant to the Navy secretary and acted with full authority of the secretary in the service's day-to-day management. Biography