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Feb. 13, 2014

Throwback Thursday: Colonel Charles Young, America’s First African American Military Attaché.

DIA recognizes Black History Month on this #Throwback Thursday with a WWII era rendering by the Office of War Information honoring the service of Colonel Charles Young, America’s First African

Feb. 11, 2014

DIA Director Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn joins Director of National Intelligence James Clapper for the Annual Threat Assessment Hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee

DIA Director Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn joined Director of National Intelligence James Clapper in providing members of the Senate Armed Services Committee with an overview of potential threats and

Feb. 6, 2014

NATO partner spends a week with DIA

NATO HUMINT Centre of Excellence Director Eduard Simion, a colonel in the Romanian army, spent a week with the National Intelligence University and sat down with DIA public affairs to share his thoughts.

Feb. 4, 2014

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn Joins IC Leaders Before Congress for the Second of Three Open Annual Threat Assessment Hearings

Worldwide Threats Hearing Held Before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.DIA Director Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn joined Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, CIA Director John

Jan. 31, 2014

Communicating mission needs to innovators

Regarded as a doorway to innovation, the “Needipedia” website seeks the next great idea, practice or capability to support the defense intelligence enterprise.

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