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Topic - Hagel
Amid escalating threats from North Korea, U.S. and South Korean defense officials will meet during the next few days to discuss whether to extend America's wartime control over the South's armed forces, 60 years after a truce ended the Korean War.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel toured the U.S. Navy's new small combat ship, the USS Freedom, the first of a new class of littoral warships recently deployed to Asia to partner with allies in the region.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told cadets at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on Saturday that they must stamp out the scourge of sexual assault in the military.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Sunday the United States and Israel see "exactly the same" threat from Iran but differ on when it may reach the point of requiring U.S. or Israeli military action.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is recommending that military commanders be stripped of their ability to reverse criminal convictions of service members, a move that comes in response to a congressional uproar over an Air Force officer's decision to overturn a guilty verdict in a sexual assault case, U.S. officials said Monday.
Dear Secretary Hagel, As a former soldier and senator, you are well-prepared for what you might encounter as you begin your new job. It won’t be easy, and the hardest part will be separating fact from fiction to make the best decisions.
Republicans succeeded Thursday in blocking a vote on Chuck Hagel, President Obama's defense secretary nominee, by launching the first filibuster in history against a president's choice to fill the Pentagon's top civilian post.
The Washington Times analyzed a decade of congressional pay records to find the offices with the highest turnover rates and found 27 members who — over a period of four or more years — lost an annual average of at least one-third of their staff who sought calmer pastures or were fired.
Amid reports President Obama has settled on Chuck Hagel as defense secretary, Republicans made it clear he will face tough questioning.
The incoming commander of the US Strategic Command, Adm. Cecil Haney, left, glances at outgoing commander Gen. Robert Kehler during a change-of-command ceremony, Friday, Nov. 15, 2013, at Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue, Neb. Defense Secretary Hagel, who spoke at the ceremony, told Air Force members there is "no room for error" within America's nuclear forces, commenting publicly for the first time on what he called "troubling lapses" in professionalism within the ranks.
It's not unusual, he said, for a ship to experience growing pains that have to be worked out during its first deployment.