U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Changes Leadership

U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Changes Leadership


[James N.Mattis] Our 2018 national defense strategy is
the first of its kind in a decade and it acknowledges the Pacific challenges and
signals America’s resolve and lasting commitment to the Indo-Pacific. Americans
vision is shared by most nations in the region. For every state, sovereignty is
respected no matter its size and it’s a region open to investment and free, fair,
and reciprocal trade not bound by any nation’s predatory economics or threat of
coercion. [Adm. Harry Harris] This is hard work for sure but it’s not aspiration; it’s in our DNA. This
is what we live for. Our nation deserves no less and our President and Secretary
of Defense expect no less. If called upon, I’m confident that Admiral Davison will
lead Indo-PACOM to fight tonight to defend America’s interests and the vast
Indo-Pacific. [Adm. Phil Davidson] Admiral Harry Harris and miss Bruni Bradley, United States Navy, retired, departing. For more than 70 years, the Indo-Pacific
has been largely peaceful in most ways this was made possible by two things:the
commitment of free nations to the free and open international order and it
was underwritten by the combat credibility within U.S.Pacific Command.

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