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Welcome to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Office of Corporate Communications – also known as the Public Affairs office.  Our role within DIA is to help inform the American people and media about our Agency contributions to national security.  We are also a sponsor of this website.  If you have any questions or comments about this website, please contact us and we will do our best to respond as soon as possible.

We are committed to timely and accurate documentation of Defense intelligence issues for the public record while safeguarding our nation's classified defense information. The Office of Corporate Communications assists the DIA Director in communicating agency plans, priorities and accomplishments and plans special events for the benefit of the agency workforce, the public and the media in support of our nation's defense.


By Claudette Roulo, DoD News, Defense Media Activity | July 30, 2014

Editor’s note: This is a reprint ofa Defense Media Activity story originally published July 27. ASPEN, Colo., July 27, 2014 –Transparency has to be a watchword for the intelligence community if it is MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | July 29, 2014

Army Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn Army completes his tour as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Aug. 7 and will retire from active duty in a ceremony at DIA Headquarters, Joint Base MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | July 25, 2014

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

By DIA Public Affairs | July 09, 2014

 By day DIA analyst Greg Elder combs through manydifferent types of intelligence information to pull together assessments forthe nation’s top leaders and policymakers. On his off time, Elder is a MORE

By DIA Field Support Activity Rivanna Station | July 08, 2014

The fourth annual “4 the Wounded5K” race was held June 7 in Charlottesville, Va.,  to raise money for the Wounded WarriorProject. More than 1,300 runners and walkers completed the race up and over MORE

By Sarah Schneider, NIU | July 03, 2014

In the past month, the National Intelligence University ran two very successfulprograms: the 20th iteration of the International Intelligence Fellows Program,and the second FVEY Certificate in MORE
Speeches and Testimonies

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

By | February 11, 2014

 Statement Before the  Senate Armed Services Committee  United States Senate  11 February 2014    Michael T. Flynn, Lieutenant General, U.S. Army  Director, Defense Intelligence Agency Good morning, MORE

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DIA’s mission is unique and no other agency matches its military expertise across such a broad range of intelligence disciplines.

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