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Aug. 17, 2016

DIA Staff Rides Detail Practical Lessons Learned

Since 2008, DIA has sponsored dozens of battlefield staff rides for Department of Defense and Intelligence Community personnel examining lessons learned from the past for application today. This year, DIA conducted trips to the Civil War battlefields of Bull Run, Monocacy, Gettysburg, and has trips to Antietam and Second Bull Run remaining. The instruction provides real-world case studies for the development of analytical frameworks for military analysis and encourages the study of military history.

June 13, 2016

Faces of Defense Intelligence: Lt. Gen. Alva R. Fitch

During a lifetime demonstrating the hallmarks of a servant leader, Lt. Gen. Alva Fitch embodied excellence in defense of the nation.

July 9, 2014

A Modern Look at History: Intelligence Analysis of the Civil War - 1864 Valley Campaign

By day DIA analyst Greg Elder combs through manydifferent types of intelligence information to pull together assessments forthe nation’s top leaders and policymakers. On his off time, Elder is a

Jan. 22, 2014

From the Civil War to Civil Rights

In celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, the Defense Intelligence Agency sponsored a field trip for employees to visit the "Tell it with Pride" exhibition at the

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