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Scott A. Wirtz poses for a photo with Stewie while deployed in August 2018. (Photo illustration by Alex Gikas, DIA Public Affairs)
A deployed man’s best friend Story

The Patriots Memorial is a constant reminder of the sacrifices made for DIA's mission. Photo illustration by DIA Public Affairs
Remembering the fallen: DIA’s Patriots Memorial Story

Left to Right: Air Force Col. Anthony Rizzo, NCMI director; Army LTG Michael Maples, DIA director; James Clapper, undersecretary of defense for intelligence; and Charles Allen, undersecretary for intelligence and analysis, DHS.
This Week in DIA History: National Center for Medical Intelligence hits double digits! Story

DIA Director for Operations Maj. Gen. Thomas Geary accepts the John T. Hughes Award on behalf of Lt. Col. Michael Simons. Also pictured are retired Lt. Gen. Mary Legere, National Military Intelligence Foundation chair, and NSA Director Gen. Paul Nakasone. (Photo courtesy of NMIF)
DIA officers recognized with 2019 National Military Intelligence Foundation awards Story

Mubin Shaikh shared with DIA's Strategic Intelligence Leadership Course his story of being a reformed extremist, who helped dismantel terrorist cells. (Photo by Ally Rogers, OCC)
Former jihadist visits DIA Strategic Intelligence Leadership Course Story

President Lyndon B. Johnson consults with advisors on events in the Arab-Israeli Six Day War. Photo courtesy of the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library.
This Week in DIA History: DIA assessment on the Six-Day War “A Triumph” Story

The B-17 bomber was modified to perform the Skyhook process, which is a way by which a flying aircraft can "grab" a stationary object sitting on the ground. Robert Fulton was the inventor of the Skyhook system, which was also known as the Surface-To-Air-Recovery System. Photo courtesy of CIA. Intermountain Aviation's B-17 at Point Barrow, May 1962. (Credit: Robert E. Fulton)
This Week in DIA History: DIA participates in Operation Coldfeet Story

LTG William Quinn, DIA's first deputy director
This week in DIA history: Lt. Gen. William Quinn, DIA's first deputy director Story

MAJ Robert Perry is remembered on DIA's Patriots Memorial at DIA Headquarters
This Week in DIA History: Remembering the first DIA employee killed in the line of duty Story

Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Robert P. Ashley Jr. delivers keynote remarks at The Arms Control Landscape event hosted by the Hudson Institute, May 29. (Photo courtesy of the Hudson Institute)
Director Ashley discusses adversaries’ nukes at Hudson Institute event Story

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Speeches and Testimonies

DIA Statement on Lt. Gen. Ashley’s Remarks at Hudson Institute Story

Russian and Chinese Nuclear Modernization Trends Story

Intelligence National Security Alliance Leadership Dinner Story

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

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