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By DIA Public Affairs | January 23, 2015

In a ceremony presided over by the undersecretary of defense for intelligence, Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart assumed directorship from Acting Director David Shedd Jan. 23 in DIA Headquarters. MORE

By DIA History Office | January 21, 2015

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was inaugurated as the 35th President of the United States Jan. 20, 1961, and 44-year-old Robert S. McNamara assumed duties as the new Secretary of Defense the following MORE

By DIA History Office | January 16, 2015

On Jan. 18, 1982, Army Lieutenant Colonel Charles R. Ray, the Assistant Army Attaché, was murdered when a lone terrorist shot and killed him outside of his Paris apartment.  At 9:00 a.m. a lone gunman MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | January 13, 2015

Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Vincent R. Stewart will assume duties as 20th director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence, Surveillance MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | January 08, 2015

During his final year in office, President Dwight D. Eisenhower appointed an ad hoc interagency task force, known as the Joint Study Group, to concentrate on revamping the existing organizational and MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | December 19, 2014

Army Lt. Gen. Harry E. Soyster was appointed the ninth Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Dec. 19, 1988. Soyster arrived at DIA as the agency was at a high tempo of operations, providing MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | December 16, 2014

DIA Acting Director David Shedd today announced that Janice Glover-Jones will become the agency’s chief information officer (CIO), effective Dec. 28. Glover-Jones is DIA’s current deputy CIO and has MORE

By DIA’s Office of Corporate Communications | December 12, 2014

The Defense Attaché System (DAS) was established Dec. 12, 1964, by a Department of Defense (DOD) directive issued by Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara. The directive sought to improve the MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | December 10, 2014

On Nov. 21, defense attachés, attaché staff and spouses graduated from DIA’s Joint Military Attaché School. With completion of the 13-week programs, the graduates will fan out to 62 countries from MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | December 02, 2014

On Dec. 2, 1974, Defense Intelligence Agency director Army Lt. General Daniel O. Graham appointed the first group of Defense Intelligence Officers (DIOs).  DIOs are senior intelligence experts who MORE
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Speeches and Testimonies

By | September 25, 2014

 Speakers: John Brennan,  Director, Central Intelligence Agency; Letitia Long,  Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency; Admiral Mike Rogers,  Director, U.S. Cyber Command and National MORE

By | May 02, 2014

Good Morning I’d like to start off by thanking LTG Flynn, Chief Master Sergeant Eden, Col. Martin, Ray Maternick, Jerry Pownall, Tom Francis and others involved with arranging this event, 2 of my MORE

By | May 02, 2014

Thank you all for being here. It is an honor for me to stand here before you today, and it is my personal privilege to preside over a ceremony that honors one of America’s great patriots and one of my MORE

By | May 02, 2014

The Man, The Myth, The Legend I am extremely honored and humbled to be part of this ceremony in recognition of this great American.  You may be wondering why I am talking today.  It is usually MORE

By | February 11, 2014

Good morning, Chairman Levin, Ranking Member Inhofe, and distinguished members of the committee.  Thank you for this opportunity to testify and for your continued support to the dedicated intelligence MORE
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