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Travels With Carter
Deputy Defense Secretary Ash Carter

May 2013
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Carter Wraps Up Overseas Trip

Deputy Defense Secretary Ash Carter met with U.S. military officials in Afghanistan and took an in-person look at the progress of the retrograde as he concluded his weeklong overseas trip. Story

Carter Meets With Karzai, Military Leaders in Afghanistan

Deputy Defense Secretary Ash Carter met with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and noted the progress and professionalism of the Afghan national security forces. Story

Carter Praises Progress on
Afghan Transition

Deputy Defense Secretary Ash Carter met with senior U.S. and Afghan officials in Kabul, Afghanistan, to praise them for their efforts on the transition to Afghan-led security, Pentagon Press Secretary George Little said. Story

Deputy Defense Secretary Arrives
In Afghanistan for Meetings

Deputy Defense Secretary Ash Carter arrived in Kabul, Afghanistan, for meetings with senior U.S. and Afghan officials. Story

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About the Deputy Secretary

U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Ash CarterAsh Carter is the deputy secretary of defense. Previously, he served as undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics from April 2009 until October 2011. As undersecretary, he led the department’s efforts to accelerate the fulfillment of urgent operational needs; increase the department’s buying power; and strengthen the nation¹s defenses against weapons of mass destruction and other emerging threats. Biography

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