Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin

Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Autin,
His last in-person contact with President Joe Biden was July 29; the secretary first tested positive in January.
/ August 15, 2022
New suggestions include renaming Fort Lee, named after Robert E. Lee, as Fort Gregg-Adams, after two Black army veterans.
/ May 25, 2022
After a secret meeting in Ukraine, Secy. of Defense Lloyd Austin and Secy. of State Anthony Blinken pledged more aid to Ukraine.
/ April 25, 2022
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says he has tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing mild symptoms while quarantining at home.
/ January 2, 2022
Despite its new rules and recruit screening to address it, racism and extremism remain an ongoing concern in the military.
/ December 29, 2021
General Mark Milley, America’s highest-ranking uniformed officer, defended the idea of open-mindedness among the military ranks.
/ June 25, 2021
Conservative talk show host Tucker Carlson mocked Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin III’s commitment to battling climate change.
/ May 22, 2021
President Biden Delivers Remarks On Response To Economic Crisis From White House
A new survey revealed that two thirds of American citizens agree with the new President’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
/ January 25, 2021
U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown says, “Freedom to live your truth and an understanding that our country’s greatest strength is in our diversity.”
/ January 25, 2021