DIA Director Talks Mission, National Security on Intelligence Matters Podcast Story

Sgt. Eric Plamp, Defense Intelligence Agency Police Threat Management Unit, inspects mail that has an undisclosed sender.
Managing the threat: TMU standing by to assist Story

Beyond the Beltway - Afghanistan
DIA’s Beyond the Beltway - Afghanistan Story

Washington Post columnist David Ignatius interviews Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley Jr., Dec. 20
DIA Director discusses national security concerns with Washington Post columnist Story

Honoring DIA’s exceptional workforce Story

DIA remembers a Cold War hero Story

View looking at "Battleship Row" on Dec. 7, 1941, after the Japanese attack. (Official U.S. Navy Photograph, NHHC Collection)
Heroes and history of DIA: Pearl Harbor Story

This volume in DIA's series of military power reports provides details on Iran's defense and military goals, strategy, plans, and intentions. It examines the organization, structure and capability of the military supporting those goals, as well as the enabling infrastructure and industrial base.
Defense Intelligence Agency Releases Report: Iran Military Power Story

DIA's coaching program received an award from the International Coach Federation.
DIA’s coaching program earns another distinguished honor Story

Capt. Bill McEnaney, Defense Intelligence Agency Police, presents a commemorative plaque to Scott Frazer for his years of service to the Agency.
DIA Police retirement, a first for the Agency 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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