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Office of Regional Security and Arms Transfers (PM/RSAT)

Date: 06/17/2011 Description: Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs Andrew J. Shapiro and Standing Vice Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh lead the fourth annual U.S.-Vietnam Political, Security, and Defense Dialogue, June 17, 2011. - State Dept ImageThe Office of Regional Security and Arms Transfers (PM/RSAT) advances U.S. foreign policy and national security interests through its management of bilateral/multilateral political-military and regional security relations and the sale/transfer of U.S.-origin defense articles and services to foreign governments. PM/RSAT is the Department of State’s principal entry point for bilateral and regional political-military questions from the USG interagency and foreign governments. Learn more»

Office of Security Assistance (PM/SA)

Date: 04/29/2012 Description: U.S. Army special forces Captain speaks with troops from the Central African Republic and Uganda, in Obo, Central African Republic, Sunday, April 29, 2012. © AP Image The Office of Security Assistance directs over $6 billion annually in U.S. military grant assistance to allies and partners. Learn more»

Office of Congressional and Public Affairs (PM/CPA)

Date: 05/21/1999 Description: The dome of the U.S. Capitol is seen Friday May 21, 1999, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. The dome's image has been seen in many circumstances since it was topped off with the 19 1/2-foot statue of Armed Freedom in the Civil War.   © AP Photo/Dennis CookThe Office of Congressional and Public Affairs manages the PM Bureau's legislative engagement, public affairs, and public diplomacy activities. Learn more»


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