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Feb. 11, 2019

Defense Intelligence Agency Releases Report on Challenges to U.S. Security in Space

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) today released “Challenges to Security in Space,” a report that examines the space and counterspace programs that could challenge U.S. or partner interests in the space domain.

Jan. 30, 2019

DIA director delivers Worldwide Threat Assessment

DIA Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, Jr., along with Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and the heads of the FBI, National Security Agency, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, and CIA, briefed the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on worldwide threats facing the nation during open and closed sessions Jan. 29, on Capitol Hill.

Jan. 30, 2019

Navy Element Command at Defense Intelligence Agency changes hands

Defense Intelligence Agency's Navy Element held a change of command ceremony January 30, at DIA's headquarters on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling.

Jan. 25, 2019

National security correspondent speaks at Defense Intelligence Agency mentoring summit

In an ongoing commitment to develop officers across the organization, the Defense Intelligence Agency invited National Security Correspondent J.J. Green to take part in its recent mentoring summit, which focused on people, passion and purpose.

Jan. 18, 2019

Defense Intelligence Agency civilian killed in Syria identified

Scott A. Wirtz, a Defense Intelligence Agency civilian, died on Jan. 16, following a terrorist attack in Manbij, Syria, while supporting Operation Inherent Resolve, the Department of Defense confirmed.

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