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- U.S. Department of Defense : The military forces of the United States and their supporting civil servants.
- Unified Combatant Command : Operational line-of-commands for United States military groups.
- War on terror : A major policy of the George W. Bush Administration, defining global terrorism, as opposed to nation-states as in the Cold War, as the focal point of national security policy
- Organization of American States : Add brief definition or description
- Airborne Reconnaissance Low : A multifunction U.S. Army intelligence collection aircraft, available in small numbers and to be replaced by the Airborne Common Sensor
- Davis-Monthan Air Force Base : A large United States Air Force base near Tucson, Arizona; houses the "boneyard" (Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG)) of stored out-of-service aircraft, the 355th Fighter Wing, and the headquarters of the Twelfth Air Force.
- Intelligence interrogation, U.S., George W. Bush Administration : The policies and practices authorized for interrogation of suspected terrorists by the United States Department of Defense and the United States intelligence community during the George W. Bush Administration
- Twelfth Air Force : United States Air Force intermediate command responsible for Air Combat Command fighter and bomber aircraft in the western United States, and is also the Air Component for the Unified Combatant Command, United States Southern Command
- James Perkins : President of L-3 Communications/TMA Corporation; Senior Military Advisor for the American Maritime Congress; vice admiral, United States Navy, retired: Commander, Military Sealift Command, Deputy Commander, United States Southern Command; advisor, Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs; advisor, Center for Security Policy
- Ricardo Sanchez : Retired lieutenant general of armor, United States Army, who commanded the senior U.S. headquarters in Iraq when the Abu Ghraib prison scandal broke; involved in early attempts to deal realistically with the growing insurgency after the end of high-intensity combat
- Center for Security Policy : An American conservative research and policy advisory group, founded by Frank Gaffney, Jr., focused on the preservation of all aspects of American national power
- Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs : An organization dedicated to advancing the strategic relationship between the US and Israel, with military exchanges, education and research
- National Command Authority : The combination of the U.S. President and Secretary of Defense, or their successors, who have the sole authority to authorize the use of nuclear weapons, or issue orders to Unified Combatant Commands
- Offutt AFB : United States Air Force base in Omaha, Nebraska, which is the home of United States Strategic Command and the 55th Wing of C3I-ISR aircraft
- Theater of operations (military) : A geographically defined area in which a single military commander has authority over all military services }
- United States Northern Command : Within the Department of Defense, the military headquarters responsible for defense of the continental United States, and support to civil authorities for disasters beyond their capabilities
- Waterboarding interrogation techniques : A coercive interrogation technique that uses water poured over a prisoner's face to induce a sensation of drowning or suffocation; since it is intended to simulate rather than cause asphyxiation, it has been argued if it does or does not actually violate international agreements on torture
- White House : The official residence and offices of the President of the United States; also used to describe Presidential level activity