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Dec. 19, 2014

This Day in History: Lt. Gen. Harry E. Soyster, Ninth DIA Director

Army Lt. Gen. Harry E. Soyster was appointed the ninth Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Dec. 19, 1988. Soyster arrived at DIA as the agency was at a high tempo of operations, providing

Dec. 16, 2014

DIA selects new chief information officer

DIA Acting Director David Shedd today announced that Janice Glover-Jones will become the agency’s chief information officer (CIO), effective Dec. 28. Glover-Jones is DIA’s current deputy CIO and has

Dec. 12, 2014

This day in history: Defense Attaché Service established

The Defense Attaché System (DAS) was established Dec. 12, 1964, by a Department of Defense (DOD) directive issued by Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara. The directive sought to improve the

Dec. 10, 2014

Joint Military Attaché School graduates newest class, sends first general officer attaché to India in 50 years

On Nov. 21, defense attachés, attaché staff and spouses graduated from DIA’s Joint Military Attaché School. With completion of the 13-week programs, the graduates will fan out to 62 countries from

Dec. 2, 2014

DIA Director appoints first Defense Intelligence Officers

On Dec. 2, 1974, Defense Intelligence Agency director Army Lt. General Daniel O. Graham appointed the first group of Defense Intelligence Officers (DIOs).  DIOs are senior intelligence experts who

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