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DIA Welcomes New Senior Enlisted Leader April 28, 2016 — CMSgt Arleen Heath, DIA’s 19th senior enlisted leader (SEL), passed her responsibilities to MGySgt Scott Stalker, the agency’s new senior enlisted leader, during a ceremony at DIA Headquarters April 19. MORE

ANZAC Day: Lest we forget April 27, 2016 — DIA employees and members of the Commonwealth community commemorated the 101st anniversary of ANZAC Day, a day to remember all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations, April 25. MORE

Harriet Tubman - Intelligence Operative April 22, 2016 — On April 18, the Treasury Department announced that Harriet Tubman will be honored with the placement of her picture on the new $20 bill. A slave, cook, maid, field hand, and nurse, Tubman was also a leader of the Underground Railroad for nearly a decade and – over the course of her life – helped hundreds of slaves make their way to freedom, earning the title “the Moses of her people.” Beyond these endeavors, DIA would like to recognize Harriet Tubman’s excellence in defense of the nation through her efforts as a spy, recruiter, handler, scout, operational planner, and combat leader during the American Civil War. MORE

DIA Selects New Deputy Director April 6, 2016 — DIA Director Lieutenant General Vincent R. Stewart announced that Melissa Drisko will become the agency’s Deputy Director effective in August 2016. Drisko currently serves as DIA’s lead for Rank-in-Person Implementation. MORE

Former President George H.W. Bush Awarded Honorary Degree March 22, 2016 — On March 8, the National Intelligence University presented the Honorable George H.W. Bush with an honorary Doctor of Strategic Intelligence degree, recognizing the 41st President of the United States as “an exemplar of the highest ideals of service to the security and well-being of the nation.” MORE

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