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Secretary of Defense Ash Carter thanks members of the

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Secretary of Defense Ash Carter thanks members of the support detail as he departs India after a two-day visit to meet with senior government officials and his defense counterpart Minister of Defense Manohar Parrikar in New Delhi, India, June 4, 2015. With one stop remaining in Stuttgart, Germany, Carter is wrapping up a nearly 12 day journey having visited Hawaii, Singapore, Vietnam, India and Germany on the final leg. (DoD Photo by Glenn Fawcett) (Released)

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