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2011-04-21 Gates: U.S. to use drones in Libya Washington
2. 2011-03-20 Gates against widening Libya mission USA
D. 2011-01-06 Pentagon budget to get $78bn cut Washington
E. 2010-08-16 Gates says Afghan exit on course Washington
5. 2010-08-09 Gates seeks cuts in US military Washington
G. 2009-10-05 US 'needs time' on Afghan troops Washington
H. 2009-07-17 Gates open to more troops in Afghanistan
I. 2008-12-11 U.S. to send more troops to Afghanistan Washington

  Gates against widening Libya mission   USA: U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said the Libyan operation is off to 'a strong and successful start'   Pentagon budget to get $78bn cut
  Gates: U.S. to use drones in Libya


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Apr.21
  Washington: President Barack Obama has approved the use of armed Predator drones in Libya, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said
Mar.20
Jan.6
  Washington: US Defence Secretary Robert Gates has announced a military budget cut, to be achieved in part by scrapping a $14bn amphibious vehicle



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Aug.16
Aug.9
  Washington: Defence Secretary Robert Gates has recommended axeing one of the 10 major military commands in a major reallocation of defence spending


year 2009 Top ^

Oct.5   US 'needs time' on Afghan troops
  Washington: Defence secretary Robert Gates has said more time is needed to decide whether to increase troop levels in Afghanistan
Jul.17 Gates open to more troops in Afghanistan   New York: Defense Secretary: It is possible more U.S. troops could be added in Afghanistan if the new U.S. commander there needs them

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Dec.13 Gates: 'Endgame' for US mission in Iraq
  US Defence Secretary Robert Gates has told US troops that the US military presence would undergo a 'significant change of mission' next June Dec.11 U.S. to send more troops to Afghanistan  Washington: Defense Secretary Robert Gates: The U.S. military plans to move 3 more combat brigades to Afghanistan by summer Sep.15 Gates arrives to oversee command change
  Baghdad: Secretary of Defense Robert Gates flew to oversee a change of command of American forces. Gen. Ray Odierno will take over command
May.20 Gates: U.S. 'stuck' in Guantanamo  U.S. Senate: Defense Secretary told a Senate subcommittee that Efforts to close the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, are at 'a standstill' Apr.10 U.S. military trainers to head to Pakistan  Washington: Defense Secretary Robert Gates has signed deployment orders that will send military trainers to Pakistan this summer Mar.27 Pentagon orders nuclear inventory  Washington: Defence Secretary Robert Gates has ordered a full inventory of nuclear arms after parts of ballistic missiles were mistakenly sent to Taiwan Feb.6   R. Gates: Afghanistan may split up NATO  U.S. Congress: US Defence Secretary has warned the future of NATO is at risk due to differences over Afghanistan and that it may become a 2-tier alliance Jan.24 Gates: Troops could go to Pakistan  Washington: U.S. Secretary of Defense said that the U.S. is 'ready, able and willing' to send troops to Pakistan if it's government is interested

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Dec.5 Gates: Stable Iraq 'within reach'
  Baghdad: Defense Secretary Robert Gates: Violence in Iraq has fallen to its lowest level in almost two years Sep.26 US to review Iraq security firms  Washington: Defence Secretary Robert Gates has ordered a review of the way private security firms operate in Iraq Sep.14 US hints at bigger Iraq pullout  Washington: Defence Secretary Gates has hinted at bigger cuts to troop numbers than those approved by President George W Bush Aug.5 Gates: U.S. will keep 'residual' force in Iraq  Washington: Defense Secretary Robert Gates: U.S. forces will probably be in Iraq for a 'protracted' period to support the country's year-old government Apr.19 Gates in Iraq in wake of carnage  Baghdad: U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates ntends to meet with U.S. commanders and Iraqi government officials Jan.15 US defence chief in Kabul talks  Robert Gates is in Kabul for talks on the rising levels of violence in the country

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Dec.18 Defence secretary Robert Gates sworn in   Washington: Gates, 63, has been sworn in a private event at the White House. A public swearing-in ceremony will be held later


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