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By DIA’s Office of Corporate Communications | November 24, 2014

In 1970 Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) analysts estimated that the North Vietnamese held 61 American prisoners of war (POWs) at Son Tay prison camp, west of Hanoi. A plan for their rescue called MORE

By DIA’s Office of Corporate Communications | November 20, 2014

Then-Air Force Lt. Gen. James Clapper was sworn in as the Defense Intelligence Agency’s 11th director Nov. 18, 1991. He served in that role until August 1995. Clapper came to DIA following the MORE

By By DIA Public Affairs | November 19, 2014

Past and present DIA leaders and employees reunited at the agency’s headquarters Nov. 13 for the annual DIA Day. Eight former directors and deputy directors joined members of the Defense Intel Alumni MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | November 12, 2014

Three DIA alumni will receive the agency’s prestigious Torch Bearers Award during a ceremony at DIA Headquarters Nov. 13. The Torch Bearers Award honors individuals whose contributions have directly MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | November 11, 2014

The Defense Intelligence Agency is composed of over 16,500 men and women: including civilians and both active and reserve duty military. Many of our civilian employees previously served in the MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | November 10, 2014

Marines assigned to DIA celebrated the 239th birthday of the Marine Corps at DIA headquarters, November 7. “On this day, as we celebrate our past and strive to live up to and exceed our cherished MORE

By DIA's Office of Corporate Communications | October 29, 2014

Following a coup in Grenada in 1979, U.S. concerns grew as the small Caribbean nation moved closer to the Soviet Union. Cuban efforts to construct an airfield that could support aircraft capable of MORE

By DIA Public Affairs | October 28, 2014

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) sponsored the annual Intelligence Community Women’s Summit at the Defense Intelligence Agency Headquarters on Oct. 17. The summit brought MORE

By Navy Lt. Jeff Prunera, DIA Public Affairs | October 27, 2014

Eight members of DIA participated in an “iron team” event to promote camaraderie and community outreach at T. Howard Duckett Park in Laurel, Md., Oct. 1. The Prince George’s County Police Fifth Annual MORE

By Office of Corporate Communications | October 20, 2014

By September 1962 DIA analysts suspected that the Soviet Union had put nuclear-capable missiles on Cuba. DIA Director Lt. Gen. Joseph F. Carroll established a special Cuban Situation Room on Oct. 4, 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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