Defence Intelligence Agency

DIA fighting for family, honoring its ties

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.

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.

Congrats DIA! Dedicated detection, deterrence dissuades divergent deeds

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.

DIA’s own Bob Hope

This year’s recipient of the Spirit of Hope Award, April Maletz, is the first Defense Intelligence Agency officer chosen in the award’s history.

Former SOCOM commander reflects on 40 years of service at DIA’s first virtual MasterMinds

In the first virtual installment of MasterMinds, the Defense Intelligence Agency and DIA Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley Jr. hosted retired Gen. Raymond Thomas, July 15. Thomas, the 11th commander of the U.S. Special Operations Command and the former commander at Joint Special Operations Command, candidly shared his sentiments on leadership and perspective as he reflected on his time in the U.S. Army.

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