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DOD Continues Efforts to Support Israel, Limit Spread of War

The Defense Department remains focused on getting Israel the military capabilities it needs as it continues its battles against the Hamas terror group, a senior defense official said.

DOD Recognizes Employees, Components for Disability Inclusion

The Defense Department recognized several employees and programs for their achievements in advancing equal employment opportunities for people with disabilities as part 43rd Annual DOD disability awards ceremony.

DOD Graduates First Cohort of Acquisition Innovators

The Defense Acquisition University recognized the first cohort to complete its program designed to give defense professionals the tools needed to bridge the gap between the DOD and innovative commercial technology providers.

U.S. Military Continues Focus on Supporting Israel, Ukraine

Approximately 900 U.S. troops are in the process of deploying to the U.S. Central Command area of operations, Pentagon Press Secretary Air Force Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder said.

DOD Announces Up to $150M in Aid for Ukraine

The Defense Department announced an additional security assistance package valued at up to $150 million to help Ukraine counter Russia’s unprovoked invasion. 

Karlin Says U.S. Can Support AUKUS Submarine Builds

The AUKUS agreement is a priority, as nations look to strengthen deterrence in the face of Chinese efforts to undermine the rules-based international order that has done so much for peace in the Indo-Pacific, a DOD official said.

Resilient Defense Industrial Base Critical for Deterring Conflict

Ensuring a resilient defense industrial base requires steady demand signals from government to the industry, the undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment said.

Defense Leader Discusses Progress of National Defense Strategy

The National Defense Strategy is a living, breathing document that is the North Star to the Defense Department, and leaders in the department work every day to ensure it is implemented, a defense leader said.