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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

March 31, 2014

Before Equal Opportunity: Women at DIA 1961-1978

As DIA wraps up its observance of Women’s History Month, we look at the early years of women in the agency. When DIA was established in 1961, women comprised 34 percent of the federal workforce and

March 31, 2014

NIU expands graduate intelligence offerings to Quantico

National Intelligence University President Dr. David Ellison announced that the university will begin offering graduate courses in Quantico, Va., this fall. NIU, in cooperation with the Federal Bureau

March 21, 2014

Introducing Dr. Kathryn Morici, NCMI’s new director

Appointed from within the organization as the first female and only the second civilian in the position, Dr. Kathryn Morici became the director of DIA’s National Center for Medical Intelligence in

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