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Travels with Pace
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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Marine Gen. Peter Pace is given a guided tour of the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, March 23, 2007. Defense Dept. photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen  Hi-Res Photo | More Photos
Pace Visit Paves Way for Better Relations

HONOLULU, March 25, 2007 – By their words and deeds, Chinese military leaders made Marine Gen. Peter Pace welcome in their country and showed their desire to find common ground. Story

Pace Surprises Deploying Marines in Hawaii

HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii, March 25, 2007 – Marine Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, gave coins, and his wife, Lynne Pace, gave hugs as the two wished 340 Marines and sailors Godspeed as they deployed to Iraq from Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Story

Top U.S. Officer Gives Chinese Troops Advice

DALIAN, China, March 24, 2007 – The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff had some career advice here today for junior members of the Chinese Peoples' Liberation Army. Story

Chairman Observes Chinese Combat Exercise

DALIAN, China, March 24, 2007 – Marine Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, observed a land combat exercise at the Dalian Training Area here today at the invitation of the leaders of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. Story

Pace Checks Out Chinese-Built Fighter-Bomber

ANSHAN, China, March 24, 2007 – In a move toward openness, Chinese military officials let the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff examine their top-of-the-line combat aircraft and allowed him to speak with pilots and ground personnel here. Story

Pace Calls for Closer Ties Between China, U.S.

BEIJING, March 23, 2007 – Military-to-military contacts will help China and the United States avoid misunderstandings and help build greater stability and prosperity in Asia, Marine Gen. Peter Pace said here today. Story

Chinese Leaders Welcome Chairman to Beijing

BEIJING, March 22, 2007 – Chinese leaders today warmly welcomed Marine Gen. Peter Pace here as he began a visit intended to expand military-to-military contacts between the United States and the world’s most populous nation. Story

Pace: Optimistic About Relations With China

TOKYO, March 21, 2007 – On the eve of his first trip to China, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said today he is optimistic about relations with the world's largest communist nation. Marine Gen. Peter Pace said trade can be a way for the United States and all countries of the region to become more closely tied and to better understand one another. Pace spoke during a news conference here. Story

Chairman Briefs Japanese Reporters on Iraq
TOKYO, March 21, 2007 – The Baghdad security plan is buying the Iraqi government the chance it needs to prove to its citizens that it can lead, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said here today. Story
Pace Thanks Japanese for Stand in War on Terror
TOKYO, March 21, 2007 – The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff today thanked the Japanese people and their government for their help in the war on terror. Story
Military Stretched but Able to Handle Threat
TOKYO, March 21, 2007 – The U.S. military is stretched, but it is able to do all missions the country asks of it, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said here today. Story
 
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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Peter Pace, and Chinese Army officers walk the 392 stairs that lead to Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum in Nanjing, China, Mar. 25, 2007. Sun, considered to be the "Father of Modern China" fought against the imperial Qing government and after the 1911 revolution ended the monarch reign system and founded the Republic of China.  Defense Dept. photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen   More Photos
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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Marine Gen. Peter Pace, shakes hands with Chinese tanker soldiers with the People's Liberation Army at Shenyang training base, China, March 24, 2007. Defense Dept. photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen   More Photos
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Gen. Pace Visits Chinese Air Force at Anshan Airfield
Gen. Pace Observes Troop Training
Pace Visits Beijing
Pace Travels to Japan