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Topic - Leon Panetta
Former U.S. defense secretaries Robert Gates and Leon Panetta are supporting the effort to get a national honor awarded to members of the World War II spy agency led by a Buffalo native.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Friday he sees no simple answer to why the U.S. military is suffering so many ethical lapses, but he vowed to get to the bottom of a trend of embarrassing disclosures.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel wants military leaders to inject more urgency into ensuring "moral character and moral courage" in a force suffering a rash of ethical lapses.
Concerned that ethical problems inside the military might run deeper than he realized, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel ordered service leaders Wednesday to add urgency to their drive to ensure "moral character and moral courage" in a force emerging from more than a decade of war.
The White House scrambled Wednesday to defend President Obama against criticism by former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who accused the president in a new book of lacking confidence in his own military strategy in Afghanistan and ridiculed Vice President Joseph R. Biden as a worthless adviser.
Remember sequester cuts? In all the brouhaha on Capitol Hill about the fate of Obamacare, the fate of the budget and continuing resolutions and the fate of government’s day-to-day operations, the fallout from mandated cost-cuts has fallen under the radar – but former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta raised the specter on Sunday.
Former Defense Secretary and Central Intelligence Agency director Leon Panetta scored a book deal to write a personal account of his public and private life, his publisher, Penguin Press, announced on Thursday.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is canceling the creation of a new military medal for drone and cyber warriors, and instead wants military leaders to develop a special pin or device that would be attached to already existing medals or ribbons.
Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta issued some words of caution for the United States, advising that North Korea's bullish attitude was something to watch, not dismiss.
Bored with classes? Carnegie Mellon University and one of the government's top spy agencies want to interest high school students in a game of computer hacking.
You should ensure to also advise writers like Genevieve that Medicare cannot be billed for VA health care; and neither can most Medicare supplements, such as TRICARE for Life. Exception: The only situation where Medicare can be billed is quite rare. That would be when VA refers the patient to a private non-VA provider. Only then can Medicare be billed for residuals not covered by the VA.
The military has stopped production of a new medal for remote warfare troops _ drone operators and cyber warfighters _ as it considers complaints from veterans and lawmakers over the award, the Pentagon announced Tuesday.
The military has stopped production of a new medal for remote warfare troops _ drone operators and cyber warfighters _ as it considers complaints from veterans and lawmakers over the award, which was ranked higher than traditional combat medals like the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
U.S. Africa Command will get a new Marine Corps rapid response force as part of a plan to beef up its crisis response capabilities.
Gates' successor, Leon Panetta, affirmed Gates' decision in December 2012 after reviewing further evidence.
On the terrorist attack at the U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens in September 2012, Mr. Obama dodged a question on whether then-Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told him immediately it was an act of terrorism.