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Turner Statement on U.S. Brigade Combat Team Reduction in Europe

Congressman Mike Turner released the following statement upon the news that the U.S. will reduce its number of Brigade Combat Teams in Europe from four to three:

“The announcement regarding the reduction of Brigade Combat Teams in Europe was not unexpected. However this does not signal a reduced commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) [...]

The Daily Caller: As Obama signs START treaty, a key House Republican announces aggressive stance on missile defense

Hours after President Obama signed the new START nuclear weapons treaty this morning, a key House Republican is voicing an aggressive stance on missile defense, a significant matter of dispute between the U.S. and Russia even as the treaty is days from becoming official.

Rep. Mike Turner, Ohio Republican and chairman of the House Armed Services [...]

Rep. Turner Honored as a “Champion of National Security” by the Center for Security Policy

Today, the Center for Security Policy recognized Mike Turner as one of their “Champions of National Security.” Rep. Turner received a 100% rating on the Center’s National Security Scorecard for his voting record in the 111th [...]

Rep. Turner Calls for a Second Bosnia and Herzegovina Peace Conference at Wright Patterson Air Force Base

Mike Turner called for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to convene representatives of the Balkan states and neighboring nations at Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) for a “Dayton II” conference. This meeting would seek to address the challenges that continue to face the region, fifteen years after the Dayton Peace [...]

America’s Role in NATO Remains Significant

Last year, I co-introduced in the U.S. House with Congressman Jim Marshall, D-Georgia, defense bill language to maintain the current U.S. military force presence in Europe and to uphold U.S. commitments under the NATO [...]