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Feb. 27, 2015

First Defense Intelligence School established

Fifty-three years ago, the Deputy Secretary of Defense established the Defense Intelligence School under DIA. Known today as the National Intelligence University, 735 full-time and part-time students

Feb. 6, 2015

DIA’s TV broadcast on Soviet missiles in Cuba

John Hughes, Special Assistant to Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Joseph F. Carroll, delivered a nationally televised briefing on the withdrawal of Soviet missiles from Cuba, Feb. 6,

Feb. 4, 2015

Worldwide Threat Scope, Complexity on the Rise

Taken in aggregate, recent political, military, social and technological developments have created security challenges more diverse and complex than any the nation has ever experienced, Marine Corps

Jan. 23, 2015

DIA welcomes Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart as its 20th director

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.

Jan. 21, 2015

Robert S. McNamara made an impact on defense intelligence from day one

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

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