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Latest Chuck Hagel Items
PResident Obama last year counted on a quick ouster of Syrian President Bashar Assad — an outcome that seems less certain today as the White House searches for another strategy that might give weapons to rebels.
Over the past half-year, it seems that Israel and the West have lessened their attention on the ominous Iranian nuclear program.
Hours after Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the U.S. is considering arming Syrian rebels, President Obama agreed that his administration is looking "at all options."
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the Syrian regime has likely used chemical weapons on a "small scale."
The military's health care system known as Tricare is in need of a major overhaul, according to news articles.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel has included Egypt on his first trip to the Mideast in his cabinet role, a subtle message of the White House's concern to maintain strong ties with the Muslim Brotherhood-backed government, political insiders say.
American and Israeli defense officials welcomed a new arms deal as a big boost in Israel's military strength, but Israeli officials said it still left them without the American-made bunker-buster weapons they need to attack Iran's most important, deep-buried nuclear sites.
Budget cuts won't impact U.S. funding for Israel's Iron Dome defense system, as the Pentagon has vowed $220 million for fiscal year 2014.
The Pentagon will decide in the next two or three weeks whether it will require its 800,000 civilian workers to take unpaid leave this year, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told Congress on Tuesday.