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Secretary of Defense Ash Carter answers questions during a fireside chat with Mike Rogers during the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress Eisenhower award dinner where he was awarded the Eisenhower Award for leadership in national security affairs March 23, 2016. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. Adrian Cadiz)(Released)

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