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A Navy bugler plays “Taps” at the interment service for former DIA Director Melissa Drisko at Arlington National Cemetery, May 21.
A final resting place for DIA’s former deputy director Story

Members of the Defense Intelligence Agency’s color guard cross the finish line at the 2019 Team JBAB Memorial March, on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C., May 23.
DIA hosts inaugural JBAB Memorial March Story

Tiananmen Square
This Week in DIA History: DIA and Tiananmen Square Story

DIA’s Vision of MARS: Decision advantage for the 21st century Story

DIA received the Excellence in Practice Award for its Coaching Program.
DIA receives high honor for commitment to coaching, talent development Story

For National Police Week, DIA sent members of the police force to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport to assist with the arrival of survivors and families of police officers from across the globe, including those from England. Photographed (from left to right) is DIA Police Officers Frankie Hill, Eric Plamp, Deondrey Ellis and Cory Jones.
National Police Week and the DIA Police Story

The Soviet Economy Under a New Soviet Leader
This Week in DIA History: Predicting the Economic Collapse of the Soviet Union Story

Official seal of United States Central Command.
Watch DIA’s Beyond the Beltway: United States Central Command Story

Illustration of Abbottabad Compound
This Week in DIA History: DIA and the Abbottabad Raid Story

In May 1981, Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger presented a series of classified briefings to North Atlantic Treaty Organization defense ministers detailing the magnitude and speed of the recent Soviet military conventional and nuclear force buildup.
This Week in DIA History: Foundation of the "Soviet Military Power" Series Story

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Speeches and Testimonies

Intelligence National Security Alliance Leadership Dinner Story

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

House Armed Services Committee Story

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

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