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May 23, 2014

DIA wreath laying ceremony honors agency members lost

A wreath laying ceremony was conducted at the Patriots Memorial in DIA Headquarters May 22 to remember the fallen and honor agency employees who died in service to the United States.Deputy Director

May 22, 2014

DIA’s headquarters building turns 30

Prior to the opening of the Defense Intelligence AnalysisCenter (DIAC) – now known as DIA Headquarters – in 1984, the agency was scatteredacross the National Capital Region in buildings with varied

May 21, 2014

DIA director commissions officers, receives honorary degree at alma mater

DIA Director Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn returned to his alma mater, the University of Rhode Island, last weekend to commission Army ROTC cadets and receive an honorary doctorate degree.   Flynn presided

May 20, 2014

DIA Names Deputy Director

DIA’s Director Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn announced today that Doug Wise will succeed David Shedd as the agency’s next deputy director. Wise comes to DIA from CIA, where he has served in a number of top

May 18, 2014

The rise and fall of a forgotten revolutionary hero: Silas Deane

In March of 1776, the Committee of Secret Correspondence appointed Silas Deane, a former delegate to the Continental Congress, as its covert agent in France. Along with John Adams, Deane had been

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