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Nov. 11, 2020

Veterans Day and DIA

At the Defense Intelligence Agency, the military and its veterans are at the core of everything we do—from the analysts providing timely, valuable intelligence to the warfighter to the logisticians equipping DIA officers to serve in combat zones and more than 140 countries around the world.

Nov. 10, 2020

DIA remembers the legacy of the United States Marine Corps on its 245th birthday

In honor of the 245th birthday of the United States Marine Corps, the Defense Intelligence Agency remembers the legacy of its first officers—World War II heroes Lt. Gen. Leo John Dulacki and Lt. Col. Edward Martin Guell.

Oct. 13, 2020

Dr. Fauci shares COVID-19 related insights with the DIA workforce

Former Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley Jr. hosted Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, for a virtual MasterMinds guest speaker event, Sept. 18.

Oct. 2, 2020

DIA celebrates retirement of Lt. Gen. Ashley, welcomes 22nd director Lt. Gen. Berrier

Army Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier assumed directorship of the Defense Intelligence Agency from Army Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley Jr. in a ceremony presided over by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, Oct. 1, at DIA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Oct. 2, 2020

Family, equality are at the core of DIA’s new command senior enlisted leader

Former Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley Jr. welcomed Command Master Chief Laura Nunley, DIA’s 22nd command senior enlisted leader, in an email to the workforce in June 2020.

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It provides the nation’s most authoritative assessments of foreign military intentions and capabilities. The agency’s four core competencies -- human intelligence, all-source analysis, counterintelligence and technical intelligence -- enable military operations while also informing policy-makers at the defense and national levels.

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