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May 18, 2014

The rise and fall of a forgotten revolutionary hero: Silas Deane

In March of 1776, the Committee of Secret Correspondence appointed Silas Deane, a former delegate to the Continental Congress, as its covert agent in France. Along with John Adams, Deane had been

May 13, 2014

Military appreciation spotlight: Capt. Bjorn Listerud of NCMI

For four years, U.S. Army Capt. Bjorn Listerud bounced between deployments, both short- and long-term, to Iraq and Afghanistan. As an environmental science officer, he deployed to Iraq in 2008 for a

May 11, 2014

Secret Committees

Although the United States’ first formal intelligence agency wasn’t born until the creation of the Office of Strategic Services in 1942, American leaders had long recognized the need for intelligence,

May 9, 2014

New America Foundation talks ‘Future of War,’ armed drones at Distinguished Speaker Series

DIA hosted five members of the New America Foundation April 28 to discuss war in the 21st century and the foundation’s “Future of War” Project.Peter Bergen, Thomas Ricks, Rosa Brooks, Sascha Meinrath

May 5, 2014

National Intelligence University Announces 2014 Commencement Speaker: Former NSA Director Keith Alexander

Retired Army Gen. Keith Alexander will deliver the commencement address to National Intelligence University graduates July 25. Alexander retired in March after a 40-year military career, which

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