The U.S. Senate confirmed the nomination of Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier, U.S. Army, as the 22nd director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, July 30.
Members of the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Defense Attache Service arranged with the Honduran chief of defense to conduct an airfield survey in San Lorenzo, Honduras, June 25. The routine trip, which received standard flight plan approvals several days earlier, started like any other, but this all changed once the crew landed in the remote town.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution honored Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley Jr. with the DAR Patriot Award during the 129th DAR Continental Congress, June 27.
The Defense Intelligence Agency’s Deputy Director Suzanne White participated in a virtual webinar hosted by the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, June 24.
The Defense Intelligence Agency announced today the release of its official podcast, “DIA Connections.” The podcast explores the DIA mission and its people.
On June 12, the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Kim Hendricks should have walked across the stage at Fort McNair, Washington, during a graduation ceremony for the National Defense University. But no pandemic can undermine her hard work, determination and success during her time at NDU’s National War College, including the honor of distinguished graduate.
The mission of the Defense Intelligence Agency is to provide intelligence on foreign militaries to prevent and win wars.
As news of the COVID-19 pandemic began to spread, many businesses and companies closed their doors, and employees were sent home to telework or wait for more information. But, first responders don’t have that choice. Their work can’t be done from the comforts of their home, and when mayhem strikes, more first responders answer the call for support.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, there has been a growing shortage of disinfecting products available to consumers, specifically hand sanitizer. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released guidance allowing distilleries to produce hand sanitizer to accommodate the growing need — a need that was becoming widespread at the Defense Intelligence Agency.
In times of crisis and chaos, it’s said that a person’s true character reveals itself. During the current COVID-19 pandemic, there have been many acts of kindness demonstrated by neighbors, communities and strangers.
In a time of social distancing and self-isolation, some may wonder how they can still help others affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. For Sgt. First Class Matthew Brueggeman, a member of the Office of the Chaplain at the Defense Intelligence Agency, the answer is through blood donations. Although, technically, he doesn’t donate blood.
Defense officials announced restrictions on domestic travel for service members, Defense Department employees and family members in response to the new coronavirus, or COVID-19.
CDC is responding to an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a novel (new) coronavirus that was first detected in China and which has now been detected in more than 100 locations internationally, including in the United States. The virus has been named “SARS-CoV-2” and the disease it causes has been named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”).
Army Gen. Robert B. ''Abe'' Abrams, commander of U.S. Forces Korea, briefed Pentagon reporters on the USFK's response to the coronavirus.
Today, the Deputy Secretary of Defense David L. Norquist approved new travel restrictions for service members, DoD civilians, and their families assigned to DoD installations, facilities and surrounding areas within the United States and its territories. This restriction will halt all domestic travel, including Permanent Change of Station, and Temporary Duty.
Defense Intelligence Agency employees affected by school closures because of the COVID-19 pandemic can arrange for childcare relief through the Department of Defense Employee Assistance Program.
In response to the growing coronavirus epidemic, Defense Department officials are looking to safeguard the health and safety of military and civilian personnel and their families.
The Defense Department is taking positive action to protect people, safeguard critical national security missions and capabilities and support the whole-of-government approach to confronting the spread of the new coronavirus.
The Defense Department continues to issue guidance to commanders and directors to combat the coronavirus outbreak, officials said in Washington.
The Defense Department has issued instructions to the armed services and department heads on how to respond to the implications of the growing coronavirus outbreak.