Archive: April, 2015

April 28, 2015

DIA celebrates National Poetry Month

This year for National Poetry Month DIA asked its workforce to describe the agency and its mission in a haiku. The haiku shared on DIA's Facebook and Twitter accounts is encrypted using a ROT13

April 21, 2015

DIA built modern facility to support its expanding role, mission

On Apr. 21, 1981, the Defense Intelligence Agency held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new home.From 1961 to 1981, a series of DIA directors had engaged in a persistent effort to acquire a new

April 15, 2015

Air Attaché in Berlin honors B-17 crash victims

Col David Pedersen, the air attaché to Germany, represented the U.S. Air Force and the American Embassy in Berlin March 22 on the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the Peace Memorial Monument,

April 4, 2015

We Remember: Five DIA employees killed in Operation Babylift

On Apr. 4, 1975, five Defense Intelligence Agency employees – Celeste Brown, Vivienne Clark, Dorothy Curtiss, Joan Pray and Doris Watkins – lost their lives trying to save the lives of Vietnamese

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