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Travels with Dempsey, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

September 2013

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Dempsey Gives Hints on Priorities for Future

In his first two-year term as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey hasn't blinked when facing challenges that would make some men quit – the Iraq withdrawal, the Afghan surge, the sexual assault epidemic, green-on-blue killings in Afghanistan, sequestration, Benghazi, the Arab Spring, the Syrian War, a colder relationship with the Russians. And it goes on day after day after day. Story

Military Must Slow Growth for Military Pay, Health Care

The military has to look at the entire package of compensation, health care and retirement, Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey told a U.S. Forces Korea Town Hall meeting. Story

U.S. Military Leaders Pay Respects at South Korean Cemetery

American military leaders paid their respects to the Korean allies who died in defense of freedom during the Korean War. Story

Seoul's Prosperity Shows Success of U.S.-South Korean Alliance

You need only to look out from a hotel terrace to see the worth of the Korean-American alliance, which marks its 60th anniversary. Story

U.S., South Korean Military Leaders Hold Talks in Seoul

American and South Korean military officials discussed interoperability, capabilities and the threat from North Korea during the 38th Military Committee Meeting. Story

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