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National Intelligence University Announces Former DIA Director as 2018 Honorary Degree Recipient Story

DIA’s Bangkok Defense Attaché Office Aids Thai Soccer Team Rescue Story

Javier Peña, right, and Steve Murphy share stories about leading the manhunt for drug lord Pablo Escobar with the Defense Intelligence Agency workforce, June 21.
DIA welcomes the men who inspired Netflix's hit show 'Narcos' Story

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Defense Intelligence Agency Brings Forewarning Into 21st Century Story | Special Report

Register for the 2018 DODIIS Worldwide Conference Story

Join us as we travel to Stuttgart, Germany and Huntingdon, United Kingdom to learn more about how DIA support to U.S. Africa Command’s mission of deterring and defeating transnational threats in order to advance U.S. national interests, and promoting regional security, stability and prosperity.
Watch DIA’s Beyond the Beltway: United States Africa Command Story

CMSgt Therese Henrion served as DIA’s Command Senior Enlisted Leader from October 1995-October 1997. She was the first female CSEL in DIA history.
DIA celebrates the life of former Senior Enlisted Leader CMSgt Therese Henrion Story

Medal of Honor winner retired Army Capt. Florent “Flo” Groberg, right, speaks to the Defense Intelligence Agency workforce.
Army Medal of Honor recipient visits DIA Story

DIA Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee
DIA Director Briefs Senate Armed Services Committee on Worldwide Threats Story

Join us as we travel to Omaha, Nebraska and learn more about DIA’s support to U.S. Strategic Command’s role in providing the critical military foundation that enables our nation to strategically deter any potential adversary.
This episode focuses on DIA's presence at the global warfighting command with worldwide responsibilities – U.S. Strategic Command. Find out how STRATCOM provides national leadership a unified resource for a greater understanding of specific threats around the world and the means to respond rapidly, if required. You’ll learn how STRATCOM employs a broad spectrum of capabilities; from nuclear and space to missile and electronic warfare, to deter strategic attack on our nation and allies.  You'll also hear from STRATCOMs Director for Operations (J3) and deputy director of Directorate for Intelligence (J2).
Beyond the Beltway: United States Strategic Command Story

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Speeches and Testimonies

Intelligence National Security Alliance Leadership Dinner Story

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

House Armed Services Committee Story

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

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