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Prepare to fire: Chicago site visit yields explosive results
Prepare to fire: Chicago site visit yields explosive results“There is nothing like being at the firing range. The sounds, smells and boom in your chest are hard to beat,” said Kelly Otts, Defense Contract Management Agency Milwaukee quality assurance representative.


Veterans display courage at 35th National Veterans Wheelchair Games
Veterans display courage at 35th National Veterans Wheelchair GamesFor generations the word courage has been associated to fearless Soldiers fighting combatants in the battlefield, individuals standing-up for themselves in the face of danger or in sports by having athletes facing much bigger opponents inside a ring like gladiators.


Technology serving veterans: Improves patient recovery times, hospitalization experience
As the world of technology continues to evolve, modern society is living in an era of smartphones, touch screens, smarter computers, interactive maps and many other gadgets.


Navy veteran overcomes adversity, wins gold at wheelchair games
Navy veteran overcomes adversity, wins gold at wheelchair gamesThe calm days following Hurricane Andrew were certainly a welcomed sight by most, but for Veteran Arlene Magee Turner, the 1992 catastrophe merely marks the beginning of a series of life-changing events. Turner joined the Navy in 1985 as an unrestricted line officer spending much of her time in San Diego as a training officer for VS-41, an anti-submarine training squadron, and later as a facilities manager charged with housing and keeping track of hundreds of new sailors at the southern California naval training facility


DCMA reserve officer enters 'silent service'
DCMA reserve officer enters 'silent service'A Navy reserve officer serving with the Defense Contract Management Agency is one of three female reserve officers competitively selected from the Navy Supply Corps to be recalled to active duty and serve in the Reserve Women in Submarines program.


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Video Icon Senate Armed Services Committee Holds a hearing on the Impacts of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on U.S. Interests and the Military Balance in the Middle East, Clean Version, Part 2

Testimony on the impacts of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on U.S. interests and the military balance in the Middle East. Witnesses The Secretary Of State John F. Kerry The Secretary Of Defense Ashton B. Carter The...



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House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing: Iran Nuclear Agreement: The Administration’s Case, Part 3House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing: Iran Nuclear Agreement: The Administration’s Case, Part 3
The House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on the Iran Nuclear Agreement. Witnesses The...


House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing: Iran Nuclear Agreement: The Administration’s Case, Part 2House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing: Iran Nuclear Agreement: The Administration’s Case, Part 2
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing: Iran Nuclear Agreement: The Administration’s Case, Part 1House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing: Iran Nuclear Agreement: The Administration’s Case, Part 1
The House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on the Iran Nuclear Agreement. Witnesses The...


Secretary of State John Kerry with The Honorable Murray McCully, MPSecretary of State John Kerry with The Honorable Murray McCully, MP
Camera Spray: Secretary of State John Kerry meets with New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray...


Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the ADACelebrating the 25th Anniversary of the ADA
Foreign Press Center briefing on "Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with...


Daily Press BriefDaily Press Brief
John Kirby, US Department of State Spokesperson, delivers the daily press briefing


Secretary Kerry 2015 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) ReportSecretary Kerry 2015 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report
Secretary Kerry hosts the Release of the 2015 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report.


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Prepare to fire: Chicago site visit yields explosive results Prepare to fire: Chicago site visit yields explosive results
Mark Olson, Defense Contract Management Agency Chicago deputy, fires an MK-19 automatic grenade launcher during a recent Wisconsin-area contractor...


Eloy Federal Contract Facility Eloy Federal Contract Facility
A male detainee eats dinner at the Eloy Federal Contract Facility.


Veterans display courage at 35th National Veterans Wheelchair Games Veterans display courage at 35th National Veterans Wheelchair Games
Participants of the 35th National Veterans Wheelchair Games representing Puerto Rico pose for a photo after a recognition received at the San Juan...


Secretary of Defense Ash Carter in Israel 2015 Secretary of Defense Ash Carter in Israel 2015
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter visits Israel July 19-21, 2015.


DHS unveils major expansion of ICE Cyber Crimes Center DHS unveils major expansion of ICE Cyber Crimes Center
A training room at the ICE Cyber Crimes Center.


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Ruegos Radio :60
No más cruces en la frontera (No More Crosses at the Border) is a humanitarian unbranded campaign developed by the Department of Homeland...


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No más cruces en la frontera (No More Crosses at the Border) is a humanitarian unbranded campaign developed by the Department of Homeland...


Audio for the NYFPC Briefing on T-TIP
This is the audio file is for editing to fill the silence in today's New York Foreign Press Center Briefing - Press Conference to close the 9th...


US backs Security Council Resolution 2206 making political players responsible for peace
Explanation of vote at the adoption of Resolution 2206 on South Sudan, Samantha Power, U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations New York.


French - US backs Security Council resolution making Sudan political players responsible
Explanation of vote at the adoption of Resolution 2206 on South Sudan, Samantha Power, U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations