"We support a host of customers, but at the end of the day, whether they are in a ship, in a plane, or on the ground, what we do is protect our war fighters and ultimately defeat our adversary." -LtGen Stewart during a visit to the University of New Mexico.

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UNM hosts talk with Director of Defense Intelligence Agency

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DIA’s Beyond the Beltway explores DIA’s presence outside Washington, D.C., and gives a behind-the-scenes look at how this presence in over 140 countries enables the agency’s critical role in national security. This particular episode focuses on DIA’s presence at the bi-national U.S. Northern American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command. Watch to find out how U.S. and Canadian...
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DIA’s Beyond the Beltway: U.S. North American Aerospace Command and U.S. Northern Command

DIA’s Beyond the Beltway explores DIA’s presence outside Washington, D.C., and gives a behind-the-scenes look at how this presence in over 140 countries enab...

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DIA’s Beyond the Beltway explores DIA’s presence outside Washington, D.C., and gives a behind-the-scenes look at how this presence in over 140 countries enables the agency’s critical role in national security. This particular episode focuses on DIA’s presence at the bi-national U.S. Northern American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command.

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DIA’s Beyond the Beltway: U.S. North American Aerospace Command and U.S. Northern Command

DIA’s Beyond the Beltway explores DIA’s presence outside Washington, D.C., and gives a behind-the-scenes look at how this presence in over 140 countries enab...

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On March 17, 1973 after more than five years in captivity, American naval pilot (and now U.S Senator) John McCain was released from a North Vietnamese prisoner of war (POW) camp. DIA painstakingly analyzes and investigates efforts to identify the location and status of POWs and those classified as Missing in Action (MIA), and return them to their families. #fbf
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All NCR DIA enlisted members participated in Combat PT Friday morning. During their hour they embraced shared hardships, physically exerted themselves and enhanced their Esprit de Corps. Army beat Air Force final Tug-of-War challenge.
DIA celebrates Women’s History Month! Throughout March we will highlight the important role women have played in the Intelligence Community from the Civil War to present day. We kicked off Women’s History Month with a panel discussion “Honoring Trailblazing Women”
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DIA's own Janna Scott-Tarman, winner of the "2017 Intelligence and National Security Alliance Achievement Award" discusses with Scott Maucione, counterintelligence in the Intelligence Community and her unconventional path to DIA.
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Scott Maucione: Leading in the intelligence community

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To conclude African American History Month, DIA would like to highlight the incredible achievements African Americans brought to the resolution of the Civil War. The paper also provides valuable lessons on the negative implications of prejudice.

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Secret Blows: African American Intelligence Operations

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Elizabeth Van Lew was raised as the daughter of a slave owner in Richmond Virginia. When her father died and she inherited the family’s 11 slaves, she freed them and assisted in their education, including sending them to Philadelphia. When the Civil War began, Van Lew was patently loyal to the Union and, over time, operated a spy ring of 12 people, including clerks in the War and Navy...
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On February 16th, 1996, Lieutenant General Patrick Hughes became DIA’s Director continuing a distinguished career with the US Army. Hughes prioritized stability and communication when leading an Agency adapting to global challenges in the Balkans, Africa, and Middle East. During his tenure as Director, the Defense Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Service became fully operational, providing critical...
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DIA celebrates Mary Touvestre, a freed slave. Touvestre worked as a housekeeper for a Confederate engineer repairing the CSS VIRGINA. It was the first steam-powered ironclad built by the Confederacy, and it outclassed every ship in the Union Navy. Touvestre heard engineers talking about the ship and realized its significance as a weapon against the Northern blockade. Traveling at great...
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DIA is proud to highlight Col. Charles Young. He was the third black graduate of WestPoint, a member of the 9th Cavalry Regiment (Buffalo Soldiers), the first black service member to reach the rank of Colonel and the first black National Park Service president.

Col. Young was also the first black military Attaché. He began his first tour in 1904 in Haiti, where his mission was to...
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DIA service members -- especially its Airmen -- bid farewell to the outgoing Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, James A. Cody.
DIA Analyst Aids in Cuban Missile Crisis

While facing political criticism for being weak and having to defend his administration’s position that the missiles were no longer in Cuba, President Kennedy called on DIA to provide a nationally televised briefing about the state of the Soviet offensive capability in Cuba. John T. Hughes was selected as the presenter. On February 6, 1963, at 34...
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DIA's John Hughes televised brief on Soviet missiles in Cuba.

John Hughes, Special Assistant to Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Joseph F. Carroll, delivered a nationally televised briefing on the withdrawa...

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National Intelligence University (NIU) is relocating to a new facility on the Intelligence Community Campus in Bethesda, Maryland (ICC-B). The phased move of the NIU main campus out of the District of

National Intelligence University Begins Historic Move; Main Campus lea

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Did You Know?
Major General Hooker wanted to command from a position strength, and saw timely, accurate, actionable intelligence as a force multiplier. Establishing the Bureau of Military Information (BMI) – the forerunner to the Defense Intelligence Agency – allowed for the unification of information derived from interrogations, released Union prisoners, refugees, as well as other means. ...
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Yesterday DIA employees bid farewell to the Honorable James R. Clapper, Jr. Mr. Clapper was a former Director of DIA, and the former Director of National Intelligence. We thank him for his many years of federal service and specifically his time at DIA. Best wishes on your retirement!

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Faces of Defense Intelligence: The Honorable James R. Clapper, Jr.

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The Intelligence Community ranked #3 in the large agencies category for Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings.

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