DOD Officials Detail Progress With Indo-Pacific Allies, Friends

Defense leaders will chart the progress made in ensuring a free and open Indo-Pacific region and what more needs to be done during testimony before the House Armed Services Committee today.

Jedidiah P. Royal, the principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for Indo-Pacific affairs, will discuss U.S. force structure in the region, steps made to improve contacts and military capabilities with friends and allies and how the United States and its allies will proceed.

Spotlight: Focus on the Indo-Pacific In his prepared opening remarks, Royal said China is America’s pacing challenge, and the nation is increasingly using the People’s […]

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