Deputy Secretary of Defense David L. Norquist (@DepSecDef )

Deputy Secretary of Defense David L. Norquist

Bio David L. Norquist, 34th Deputy Secretary of Defense.
Location The Pentagon
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Account created 15-07-2019 18:40:28
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Twitter Web App : Today we reflect on the attack on #PearlHarbor on December 7, 1941. This day serves as a reminder that freedom is not free, and we in the Department of Defense must be ever vigilant. #PearlHarbor78 #PearlHarborRemembranceDay

Twitter Web App : It was an honor to host Georgian Minister of Defense Garibashvili at the Pentagon today. Our strategic partnership has never been stronger and our support for Georgia’s independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity is unwavering! #GharibashviliGe, MOD Georgia

Twitter Web App : It was an honor to introduce Culinary Specialist Second Class Petty Officer Romarchio Jones (Secretary of Defense Mess) at the 22nd annual USO-Metro Salute to Military Chefs. PO2 Jones showcased his culinary talents along with other select military chefs during the event.

Twitter Web App : For my written statement for the record:
armed-services.senate.gov/download/norqu…

For additional information on the audit go here:
comptroller.defense.gov/ODCFO/afr2019.…

defense.gov/Newsroom/Relea…

Twitter Web App : Congratulations to Admiral Chas Richard as he takes the helm at US Strategic Command and carries on with the monumental mission of #StrategicDeterrence across all domains. I look forward to working with you as we chart a path through the ever changing demands of the 21st century. twitter.com/US_Stratcom/st…

iPhone : Today we completed our second Department-wide financial statement audit. One more agency has achieved a clean opinion – well done Defense Commissary Agency. Auditors also validated that DoD resolved over 550 findings (23%). This is progress… but we still have more to do.

Twitter Media Studio : It was the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 that the fighting during World War I came to an end. Armistice Day as it was known became Veterans Day in 1954. Today we honor all those who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States.

Twitter Media Studio : Happy birthday Marine Corps. You have defended this great Nation with honor since the Second Continental Congress resolved to raise two battalions of Marines 244 years ago. Today we celebrate the long illustrious history of the Corps. Semper Fi Marines.

Twitter Web App : I was honored to welcome retired U.S. Army SSG Jack Eaton to the Pentagon for the first time. At 100-years-young, Mr. Eaton served during WWII & is the oldest living Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Sentinel, serving as one of the guards that have kept watch over the tomb 24/7.