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November 2016
Travels with Carter - U.S. Secretary of Defense

Defense Secretary Ash Carter traveled to New York, Missouri, Nebraska and Ohio to unveil the next links to the Force of the Future and highlight steps to ensure DoD's future strength, readiness and technological edge. Carter also participated in the change-of-command ceremony at U.S. Strategic Command.

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