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USSTRATCOM and Australian Defence Force Bolster Close Working Relationship

U.S. Navy Adm. Cecil D. Haney (center), U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) commander, poses for a photo with Royal Australian Navy Vice Adm. Raymond J. Griggs (center left), Vice Chief of the Australian Defence Force, during Griggs’ visit to USSTRATCOM Headquarters, Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., Nov. 30, 2015. While here, Griggs participated in a series of discussions with USSTRATCOM senior leaders to gain a better understanding of the command and its missions. Hosting Griggs’ visit is one of many of USSTRATCOM’s ongoing efforts to build and maintain enduring relationships with partner nations to confront the broad range of global challenges. One of nine DoD unified combatant commands, USSTRATCOM has global strategic missions, assigned through the Unified Command Plan, which include strategic deterrence; space operations; cyberspace operations; joint electronic warfare; missile defense; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; combating weapons of mass destruction; and analysis and targeting. Also pictured (right to left) are: U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Stephen W. Wilson, USSTRATCOM deputy commander; Royal Australian Navy Commodore David Scott, Director General for Australian Strategic Capability Coordination; Royal Australian Navy Rear Adm. Steve Gilmore, head of the Australian Defence Staff in Washington, D.C.; Royal Australian Air Force Group Capt. Christopher D. Miller, Australian Liaison Officer to USSTRATCOM; and Mr. George Bailey, Australian Defence Emerging Strategic Capabilities director. (USSTRATCOM photo by Steve Cunningham)

PHOTO BY: Steve Cunnigham
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