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May 3, 2017

Astronaut Discusses Science and Spacewalks at DIA

NASA astronaut Dr. Serena Auñón-Chancellor spoke at the Defense Intelligence Agency headquarters in Washington, DC April 17, discussing her experiences as an astronaut and the U.S. space program.

May 2, 2017

DIA Analyst speaks at James Madison Intel Conference

Eurasia intelligence analyst Rachel Kesselman was a panelist at the James Madison University Women in Intelligence Conference on April 14 in which she discussed her experience as a Defense Intelligence Agency analyst, her perspective on being a woman in the intelligence field, and opportunities available for students aspiring to work at DIA.

March 15, 2017

Watch DIA’s Beyond the Beltway: NORAD/NORTHCOM

Follow a DIA employee to NORAD/NORTHCOM and learn more about DIA’s support to the command’s mission to conduct homeland defense, civil support and security cooperation.

March 7, 2017

DIA Director for Analysis Briefs Congress on Tradecraft

March 1, 2017 - Defense Intelligence Agency’s Director for Analysis Mr. Neil Wiley testified before the House Armed Services Committee Feb. 28 about DIA’s standards and policies on tradecraft.

March 2, 2017

Secret Blows: African American Intelligence Operations

While the issue of slavery was not the only issue leading to the South’s secession from the United States beginning in December 1860, it played a significant role. In the debate over states’ rights, the right to secede from the Union, and the expansion of slavery as an objective in the conflict, Southerners had to reconcile slavery with Christian faith and the American notion of equality before the law.

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