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AUKUS Shines Spotlight on Power of Partnerships, Pentagon Official Says

The security partnership among Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, known as AUKUS, is aimed at promoting a free and open Indo-Pacific.

Gazan Aid Delivery Resumes Following Reopening of Temporary Pier

The reopening of the pier allowed for the overnight transfer of more than 656 metric tons — or 1.4 million pounds — of aid to be delivered to the marshaling yard in Gaza, Pentagon Press Secretary Air Force Maj. Gen. Pat Ryder said.

Brown Says ‘Trust’ at Center of Military Service, POW/MIA Recognition Day Poster

The poster will serve as a reminder of America’s ongoing efforts to provide the fullest possible accounting of the soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen who are still missing from past conflicts.

DOD’s CIO Looking for Top-Performer Nominations

The Defense Department’s chief information officer is making a departmentwide call for nominations for its annual DOD CIO Awards program.

Military Leaders Urge Congress to Pass Timely 2025 Defense Budget

The 2025 Defense Department budget request prioritizes maintaining operational readiness, taking care of people and continuing to build a joint force that is lethal, resilient, survivable, agile and responsive.

DOD Forges Clean Energy Pathway With Carbon Pollution-Free Electricity Contract 

Under the contract, Duke Energy Progress LLC will supply five of the region’s largest military installations with 4.8-million-megawatt hours of carbon pollution-free electricity through 2041.

Gaza Pier Expected to Reopen This Week

The temporary pier was removed and towed to Ashdod, Israel, as a way to avoid potential damage from high seas, but is expected to return this week to facilitate the delivery of humanitarian aid into Gaza.

Reckless Behavior by Iran-Backed Houthis Threatens Regional Stability

The continued reckless behavior by Iran-backed Houthis threatens regional stability and endangers the lives of mariners across the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh said.