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Senate Taps Bill Moran, Robert Burke to Lead Naval Operations

The Senate confirmed Vice Adm. Robert Burke and Adm. Bill Moran as vice chief and chief of naval operations at the U.S. Navy respectively, USNI News reported Friday. Moran will succeed Adm. John Richardson as chief of naval operations while Burke is slated to be elevated as admiral after he assumes the vice chief role.

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DISA Launches Network Modernization Effort for DoD Personnel in Hawaii

The Defense Information Systems Agency has started modernizing the information and communications network of the Defense Department in Hawaii through a new program. DISA said Wednesday the Pacific Enterprise Services-Hawaii initiative consists of three contracts that allow DoD personnel in the state to replace aging voice and data services with …

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DoD Renames USPACOM as Indo-Pacific Command; James Mattis Comments

The Defense Department has renamed the U.S. Pacific Command to emphasize the combatant command’s missions in the Indian Ocean region, DoD news reported Wednesday. U.S. Indo-Pacific Command aims to strengthen military relations with allies and provide security for diplomats working to negotiate in the region. “Over many decades, this command has repeatedly adapted to changing circumstance …

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