Robert Gates, former secretary of defense and CIA director, joined the DIA workforce for a virtual MasterMinds session July 13. Gates led a discussion on the complicated nature of public service, leadership and matters of national security.
Yesterday, in honor of National Police Week, the DIA Police placed a wreath in the Tighe Lobby of DIA Headquarters to pay tribute to the 415 law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in 2020 and 2021.
The evolving national security environment, an examination of American democracy, and the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton” were just three of the many topics explored at an April 30 virtual guest speaker event featuring Condoleezza Rice. The former secretary of state and national security advisor spoke to the DIA workforce as part of the Agency’s ongoing MasterMinds series.
It’s said that every chapter must come to an end, so that a new chapter may begin. If there’s any team in DIA that knows this best, it’s the DIA Police K-9 unit.
As part of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Van Hendrey, program manager of DIA’s Machine-assisted Analytic Rapid-repository System, discusses her experience as an Asian American woman in the Intelligence Community.
On June 20, the National Intelligence University will transition from DIA to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
DIA Director Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee on April 29 as part of the annual Worldwide Threat Assessment hearings on Capitol Hill.
DIA hosted its first virtual College Day event on April 22. Conducted by the Office of Human Resources on Microsoft Teams, the three-hour recruitment event featured presentations from representatives of DIA’s 10 career fields to encourage fresh talent to apply for employment at the Agency.
The Defense Intelligence Agency announced today another breakthrough in the agency’s “MARS” effort to provide U.S. military planners, senior U.S. leaders and warfighters with strategic advantage.
This is a story of a man, not unalike you or me. But a man who, at the age of 61, became one of 18 people in the world to complete a continuous 2,812-mile ultra-triathlon.
Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier hosted Gwynne Shotwell, president and chief operating officer of SpaceX, for a virtual MasterMinds guest speaker event on March 10 in honor of Women’s History Month.
When it comes being a part of the Defense Intelligence Agency, family ties are extended to spouses and children of employees. This is something the Defense Attache Service has proven true with the passing of Micala Siler, wife to DIA and Army Maj. Jason Siler.
The Defense Intelligence Agency announced today the appointment of Maj. Gen. Michelle McGuinness, Australian Army, as the agency’s third deputy director for commonwealth integration.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center’s National Insider Threat Task Force recognized the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Insider Threat Program for achieving full operating capability during a small ceremony at DIA Headquarters last week. DIA is the first of the Intelligence Community agencies to achieve this milestone.
Established by President Jimmy Carter in 1979 and commemorated every third Friday in September, National Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Recognition Day honors those Americans who were prisoners of war and those who served and never returned home.