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Travels with Work - U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense
September 2015
  • Flag of Iceland.ICELAND
  • Flag of Norway.NORWAY
  • Flag of Norway.U.K.
U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work travels to Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom to discuss security issues with leaders and visit troops during a weeklong trip to northern Europe.

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U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work thanking troops.

Work Visits RAF Lakenheath, Speaks at 9/11 Ceremony

Work Delivers Speech, Meets With Officials in London

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Deputy Secretary Concludes Overseas Visit in UK

Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work visited the United Kingdom Sept. 9-12, concluding the last leg of a seven-day trip that included visits to Iceland and Norway. Story

Work Calls for Third Offset Strategy to Bolster Future of Warfighting

In a changing global security environment, the United States is pursuing a third offset strategy to bolster a weakened conventional deterrence, U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work said in London. Story

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Travel Locations

Map of Work travel locations.

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About the Deputy Secretary

Profile photo of Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work Bob Work was confirmed as the 32nd Deputy Secretary of Defense on April 30, 2014. Mr. Work most recently served as Chief Executive Officer of the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). From 2009 to 2013, Mr. Work served as the Undersecretary of the Navy. In this capacity, he was the Deputy and Principal Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy and acted with full authority of the Secretary in the day-to-day management of the Department of the Navy. Biography