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Lieutenant General Frank Klotz (USAF-Ret.) was on the hot seat Thursday morning.
Klotz appeared before the Senate Armed Forces Committee as NNSA administrator nomination hearings got underway. Speculation in Washington centers on the fact that Klotz should not face any major pitfalls in his quest to be the next NNSA administrator.
In prepared remarks, Klotz said the NNSA has a unique and special responsibility for pursuing two different, but complementary principles that have traditionally guided American nuclear weapons policy.
“The first is that the United States must continue to lead international efforts to limit and reduce nuclear arsenals, combat nuclear proliferation and secure nuclear materials across the globe,” Klotz said. “The second is that appropriately-sized nuclear forces still play an essential role in protecting U.S. and allied security interests, even as we seek to reduce the overall number and role of nuclear weapons in our national security policy. As President Obama and congressional leaders have repeatedly emphasized, as long as nuclear weapons exist, we will maintain a safe, secure and effective nuclear arsenal.”
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