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Nov. 24, 2014

DIA efforts to recover POWs/MIAs: then and now

In 1970 Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) analysts estimated that the North Vietnamese held 61 American prisoners of war (POWs) at Son Tay prison camp, west of Hanoi. A plan for their rescue called

Nov. 20, 2014

Throwback Thursday: DNI Clapper as DIA director

Then-Air Force Lt. Gen. James Clapper was sworn in as the Defense Intelligence Agency’s 11th director Nov. 18, 1991. He served in that role until August 1995.Clapper came to DIA following the collapse

Nov. 19, 2014

DIA Day connects the past with the present

Past and present DIA leaders and employees reunited at the agency’s headquarters Nov. 13 for the annual DIA Day. Eight former directors and deputy directors joined members of the Defense Intel Alumni

Nov. 12, 2014

2014 Torch Bearers ceremony to recognize three distinguished DIA alumni

Three DIA alumni will receive the agency’s prestigious Torch Bearers Award during a ceremony at DIA Headquarters Nov. 13.The Torch Bearers Award honors individuals whose contributions have directly

Nov. 11, 2014

DIA & Veterans Day : By The Numbers

The Defense Intelligence Agency is composed of over 16,500 men and women: including civilians and both active and reserve duty military. Many of our civilian employees previously served in the

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