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DIA K-9 goes airborne

DIA’s police K-9 unit trains every day; they go to abandoned buildings filled with tactfully hidden explosives, they train with K-9 units at other agencies, and sometimes they train on boats and helicopters.

Members of the DIA K-9 police unit and the 12th Aviation Brigade stand together after a successful day of training. Photo courtesy of the 12th Aviation Brigade.

DIA becomes executive agent for IC Wounded Warrior Program

A milestone event for the intelligence community, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper officially recognized DIA as the executive agent for the Wounded Warrior Program, which took effect July 4.

DIA Director Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper acknowledge the official transfer of responsibility for the IC Wounded Warrior Program with a memorandum of understanding at ODNI Headquarters June 24. The MOU reflects the DNI’s continuing responsibilities for strategic oversight of the program and DIA’s day-to-day, IC-wide program management responsibilities. (Photo by CIA)

DIA Staff Ride Examines Conventional Wisdom on Civil War Battle

Defense Intelligence Agency employees conducted a staff ride on July 19 at Monocacy National Battlefield to study the strategic importance of the battle and the tactical decisions that were made during its course.

DIA Staff Ride Examines Conventional Wisdom on Civil War Battle

DIA CIO Discusses Insider Threat

On June 18, DIA’s Chief Information Officer Grant Schneider participated in a panel discussion on insider threat hosted by MeriTalk at the Newseum.

DIA CIO Discusses Insider Threat

Charlottesville Races ‘4 the Wounded’

The fourth annual “4 the Wounded 5K” race was held June 7 in Charlottesville, Va., to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project.

Charlottesville Races ‘4 the Wounded’
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By DIA Public Affairs | July 25, 2014

DIA’s police K-9 unit trains every day; they go to abandoned buildings filled with tactfully hidden explosives, they train with K-9 units at other agencies, and sometimes they train on boats and MORE

By ODNI Public Affairs | July 24, 2014

A milestone event for the intelligence community, Directorof National Intelligence James Clapper officially recognized DIA as theexecutive agent for the Wounded Warrior Program, which took effect July MORE

By Jacob Breach, DIA Public Affairs | July 22, 2014

Down a lonely stretch of I-270 just south of Frederick, Md.,there’s a spot where a railroad junction meets the Monocacy River, a little-knowntributary of the Potomac. The quiet picturesque farmland MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | July 22, 2014

WASHINGTON – The Defense Intelligence Agency will conduct an internal active shooter/active threat exercise at its headquarters facility in Washington, D.C., this week. This is an emergency management MORE

By Chief Information Office | July 17, 2014

Today’s world ismore interconnected than ever before. Yet, for all its advantages, increasedconnectivity brings increased risk of theft, fraud and abuse. As we become morereliant on technology, we MORE
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