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Images of Worldwide Security Cooperation

Hagel, China’s Defense Minister Build Military Relations Model
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel stands with Chinese Defense Minister Chang Wanquan during an honors ceremony in Beijing, April 8, 2014. Hagel and Chang met to discuss military-to-military relations and other issues of mutual importance
Central American Security Conference reviews Operation Martillo
U.S. Marine Gen. John Kelly, commander of U.S. Southern Command, right, discusses Operation Martillo with defense and public-security leaders from 14 nations participating in the 2014 Central American Regional Security Conference (CENTSEC 2014) April 1-3 in Guatemala City, Guatemala.
Hagel, ASEAN Defense Ministers Expand Disaster-relief Partners
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel hosts a roundtable meeting in Honolulu with defense ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, April 2, 2014
Dempsey, Gantz Look to Countering Mideast Threats
U.S. Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, left, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem, March 30, 2014.
USASAC shares social media platforms for managers
U.S. Army Security Assistance Command CENTCOM Regional Operations country program manager Leslie Davis points to an alert regarding the status of a Foreign Military Sales case in USASAC's new CPM Dashboard.

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DSCA is the central agency that synchronizes global security cooperation programs, funding and efforts across OSD, Joint Staff, State Department, COCOMS, the services and U.S. Industry. DSCA is responsible for the effective policy, processes, training, and financial management necessary to execute security cooperation within the DoD. [learn more about DSCA]

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