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Gen. Dempsey's Interview with Jeremy Paxman of ITV News
November 28, 2011
— Q: General, there’s so much we could talk about – Afghanistan, Iran, Syria. But I thought I’d start with Pakistan and the weekend incident there. How seriously, potentially, could that damage U.S.-Pakistan relations, the attack on the border post that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers?GENERAL MARTIN DEMPSEY: Well, I’d like to start by not talking about...
Gen. Dempsey's Remarks and Q&A at the Royal United Services Institute Policy Exchange
November 28, 2011
— GENERAL MARTIN DEMPSEY, CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: I’m sure you stopped listening when he said he was a one-time obituary writer. (Laughter.) Good God, I don’t think I’ve ever been introduced quite like that. (Laughter.)This is my third trip here in the past three years to give some kind of address. Really, I like to think of it more as...
Sec. Panetta and Gen. Dempsey's Media Briefing at the Pentagon
November 20, 2011
— SECRETARY LEON PANETTA: Good afternoon. This is GeneralDempsey's first press briefing with the secretary, serving now as Chairman ofthe Joint Chiefs. And so I welcome him to this press briefing and just wouldinform him that there's a tradition that he gets all the tough questions.(Laughter.) So get him used to this job. Let me begin alsoby...
Gen. Dempsey's Remarks and Q&A at at the Military Reporters and Editors Conference
November 18, 2011
— GENERAL MARTIN DEMPSEY: Yeah, I’m happy to be here today, guys. I’m – as the staff (inaudible), I go from one event to the next. I say, where are we going? (Laughter.) He said, MRE. I said, good god, has the budget come to that – (laughter) – that we’ve got to have MREs for lunch? So they said to me as I walked in – can everybody hear me OK, by the...
Adm. Winnefeld's Remarks at the STRATCOM/AFCEA Cyber & Space Symposium
November 17, 2011
— ADMIRAL JAMES WINNEFELD: Good morning. Good morning. I’ve checked the seats, and they seem to be somewhat comfortable. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. I also know that I am the second to last thing to stand between you and the exits.(Audio interference.)It’s great to be here today, to get out of Washington for a bit, to be here...
The Joint Chiefs of Staff's Testimony Before the Senate Armed Services Committee
November 10, 2011
— SENATOR CARL LEVIN (D-MI): (Sounds gavel.) Good morning, everybody. The committee meets today to receive testimony on whether the chief of the National Guard Bureau should be a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. I believe that this hearing is a first; the first time that we have had every member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff testify at a single...
Gen. Dempsey's Remarks at the National Guard Joint Senior Leadership Conference
November 7, 2011
— GENERAL CRAIG MCKINLEY (Chief of the National Guard Bureau): Ladies and gentlemen, it gives me great pleasure to introduce our chairman, General Martin E. Dempsey. He’s a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he returned later in his career to teach in the English Department. As a young company-grade officer, General...
Sec. Panetta, Gen. Dempsey and Gen. Thurman's Media Roundtable Following Discussions with South Korean Counterparts
October 27, 2011
— SECRETARY LEON E. PANETTA: Good evening. You doing all right? OK. Youguys all set? What I'll do is just make a brief opening statement and thenjust open it up to your questions. You know my compadres here: GeneralDempsey, on my right, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and GeneralThurman, who is commander of our forces here...
Gen. Dempsey's Remarks at the Pentagon Energy Security Forum
October 18, 2011
— I heard Secretary Hammack tell you I’m an armor officer by background whichmeans that I was probably among—I’d have to check whether I’m right about thiswith the Navy, but I was probably among the most energy consumptive hogs thatever walked the face—you know the M1 tank, two gallons to the mile. You know thedrill. So. Thank you Katherine for that...
Sec. Panetta and Gen. Dempsey's Testimony to the House Armed Services Committee
October 13, 2011
— REPRESENTATIVE HOWARD "BUCK" MCKEON (R-CA): The hearing will come to order.Before I begin, please let me welcome members of the public who are inattendance, but remind our audience that the committee will tolerate nodisruptions of this proceeding. This includes standing, holding up signs, oryelling. If anyone disturbs these proceedings, we will...