Army Gen Lloyd Austin / Lloyd Austin / Pentagon / Austin / Black Secretary Defense

Biden formally announces retired Army Gen. Lloyd Austin as his pick to lead the Pentagon. If confirmed, Austin would make history as the first Black Secretary of Defense.

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