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April 7, 2014

NIU International Intelligence Fellows Program Facilitates Security Engagement Between Asia-Pacific Nations

The National Intelligence University held the 19th iteration of the International Intelligence Fellows Program February 19 to March 7, which brought together 20 senior intelligence officials from 18

April 4, 2014

DIA Director Testifies before House Armed Services Committee on Budget Request

DIA Director Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn speaks before the House Armed Services Committee, Sub-Committee on Intelligence, Emerging Threats, and Capabilities to present DIA’s Fiscal Year 2015 budget

April 3, 2014

Retired CIA Insider Discusses Cold War Treason

“To General Polyakov — And to the others — Who were executed or imprisoned — And to their families.”  So begins retired CIA officers Sandra Grimes and Jeanne Vertefeuille’s “Circle of Treason: A CIA

April 3, 2014

Remembering the First Operation Babylift Flight

During the collapse of South Vietnam in 1975, President Gerald Ford ordered the evacuation of Vietnamese orphans from Saigon in the face of a massive North Vietnamese offensive. This mission, coined

April 1, 2014

National Intelligence University hosts Indonesian State Intelligence College

The National Intelligence University hosted a delegation of leaders and educators from the Indonesian State Intelligence College Feb. 4-5, otherwise known by its Indonesian acronym “STIN.”  STIN is a

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