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Aug. 30, 2016

Now Accepting 2017 Summer Internship Applications

Applications are now available for the Defense Intelligence Agency’s 2017 Summer Internship Program. This program provides current college students and recent graduates the opportunity to gain practical work experience through research, report writing, briefing development and delivery, policy writing, and intelligence analysis.

Aug. 17, 2016

DIA Staff Rides Detail Practical Lessons Learned

Since 2008, DIA has sponsored dozens of battlefield staff rides for Department of Defense and Intelligence Community personnel examining lessons learned from the past for application today. This year, DIA conducted trips to the Civil War battlefields of Bull Run, Monocacy, Gettysburg, and has trips to Antietam and Second Bull Run remaining. The instruction provides real-world case studies for the development of analytical frameworks for military analysis and encourages the study of military history.

Aug. 12, 2016

DIA said thank you to Deputy Director Doug Wise at a farewell ceremony

DIA said thank you to Deputy Director Doug Wise at afarewell ceremony hosted by DIA Director LtGen Vincent Stewart Aug. 11 at DIAHeadquarters.Stewart presented Wise with the DIA Director’s Award

July 22, 2016

Faces of Defense Intelligence: John T. Hughes

The Faces of Defense Intelligence series is intended to highlight the accomplishments of former military and civilian intelligence personnel who exemplified the Defense Intelligence Agency creed

July 15, 2016

A salute to former Deputy Director RADM Edward Sheafer

Former DIA Deputy Director RADM Edward Sheafer passed away June 27.

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It provides the nation’s most authoritative assessments of foreign military intentions and capabilities. The agency’s four core competencies -- human intelligence, all-source analysis, counterintelligence and technical intelligence -- enable military operations while also informing policy-makers at the defense and national levels.

DIA’s mission is unique and no other agency matches its military expertise across such a broad range of intelligence disciplines.