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Today, DIA Director LtGen Vincent Stewart and Representative Terri A. Sewell visited Miles College to meet the next generation of American leaders.

After speaking to the student body about the importance of leadership and service, LtGen Stewart recited William Ernest Henley's "Invictus" and gave them a charge: "You are the masters of your fate. You are the captains of your soul."
DIA is thankful for the men and women in uniform serving abroad who protect us while we are enjoying this holiday with our friends and family. #HappyThanksgiving! #PassTheGravy
Today, LtGen Vincent Stewart visited Bowie State University to talk about careers in the Intelligence Community and global challenges to the United States. Afterward, DIA hosted a career fair for the students. Thanks to Bowie State for having us!
DIA’s latest installment in Faces of Defense Intelligence is Virginia Hall – the Limping Lady. She served as a member of the French ambulance corps, as an agent for the British Irregular Warfare Office, and as an operative for the United States Office of Strategic Services. By 1944, she had made her mark across the war, and to the Germans she was one of the most dangerous Allied spies.

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Faces of Defense Intelligence: Virginia Hall - The “Limping Lady”

DIA’s Deputy Director for Commonwealth Integration Air Vice Marshal Sean Corbett ran the 42nd Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC, Oct. 30. He ran in support of British and American charities that support veterans. Thank you AVM Corbett!
DIA Command Senior Enlisted Leader, Master Gunnery Sergeant Scott Stalker, recently visited the DIA team at U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan, Korea. MGySgt Stalker spoke to the group about leadership, training and education, values and integrity, and how important their work is to DIA, U.S. Forces Korea, and our allies. He presented two Airmen and Soldiers his personal coin for their outstanding work.
Happy birthday U.S. Navy! For 241 years, American sailors have stood as America's first line of defense. Our sailors unwaveringly advance American interests, rapidly respond to crises, and vigilantly defend the freedom of the seas so important to our national well-being.

To commemorate this occasion, on October 13 DIA hosted RADM Robert Sharp, Commander of the Office of Naval Intelligence,...
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To aid in the Hurricane Matthew response effort, DIA was pleased to provide an infrastructure report on Haiti as part of Department of Defense humanitarian assistance. The report is available to all responders at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's Hurricane Matthew support website.

You may download a copy of the DIA report here: [ Arcgis.com Link ]


As the situation develops, damage and flood assessments will also be available including information about road closures, damaged structures and bridges, landslides, potential locations for helicopter landing zones, and additional information...

NGA launches public website for Hurricane Matthew response efforts

Yesterday, President Obama released a memorandum promoting diversity in the national security workforce, and DIA is fully committed to supporting this endeavor. In the words of our Director, LtGen Vincent Stewart, "We will do everything we need to do to change the culture from the bottom up and get the very best."

[ Whitehouse.gov Link ]

Building a National Security Workforce That Fully Reflects America

We couldn't do our work without you! Happy birthday again National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency!
DIA would like to thank the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Director Robert Cardillo for the heartfelt birthday wishes! We appreciate all you do NGA!

"DIA Colleagues,

On behalf of the men and women of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, I wish you a happy anniversary as you celebrate 55 years of outstanding service to our Nation.

Your storied legacy - from the Cold War...
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Thank you to our partner, the National Reconnaissance Office, for the birthday wishes!
Happy 55th birthday DIA! To commemorate this auspicious anniversary, President Barack Obama issued a message to the men and women of DIA. Thank you Mr. President!

"The White House, Washington --

I am honored to recognize the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) for 55 years of outstanding service to our Nation.

From its creation in the midst of a long Cold War through the emergence of new...
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On Saturday, October 1, DIA will celebrate its 55th birthday, and today we marked the occasion with a few remarks from the Director, LtGen Vincent Stewart, the reading of a proclamation by Command Senior Enlisted Leader MGySgt Scott Stalker, and an impressive demonstration by the United States Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team.

Stay tuned tomorrow for a special surprise for all DIA employees,...
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Today, DIA Director LtGen Vincent Stewart had a call with Representative Mike Turner and discussed the importance of the air and space intelligence missions at the National Air & Space Intelligence Center (NASIC).

NASIC located in Dayton, Ohio is an Air Force Intelligence Center with a highly skilled workforce that focuses on technical intelligence threats to US space and air assets. DIA as...
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Editor's Note: This years application submission period for the Defense Intelligence Agency's 2017 Summer Internship Program has closed. Stay tuned for the 2018 Summer Internship Program announcement coming in August 2017.

Calling all students and recent graduates! The deadline for the Defense Intelligence Agency’s 2017 Summer Internship Program is this Friday, September 23. Apply...
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Now Accepting 2017 Summer Internship Applications

For 69 years, the Air Force has brought strength to bear throughout its distinguished history. Since its inception on September 18th, 1947, the Air Force has protected freedom, both at home and abroad. From the jungles of Vietnam to the deserts of Iraq, and from the Cold War to today's conflicts, the service has shown time and time again that it is the world's finest Air Force.

On Friday,...
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On September 17, 1787, the U.S. Constitution was signed by 39 brave men who had envisioned a new government for the United States of America. Today, DIA remembers their contributions to this nation:

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure...
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