Defense Security Cooperation Agency Law and Legal Definition
The Defense Security Cooperation Agency is a unit in the U.SA. Department of Defense and it provides financial and technical support, transfers defense material, provides training and services to allies, and promotes military-to-military contacts. The Agency is responsible for fostering and overseeing security-cooperation arrangements and also promoting security relationships with U.S. friends and allies. The Agency’s mission is to lead, resource, and educate the Defense Security Cooperation community in order to shape, refine and execute innovative security solutions for partners is support of the U.S. interests.