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CIA.gov Unveils New Military Affairs Section

“CIA’s relationship with the Department of Defense is the strongest it’s been in a long time … we need to make it even stronger.”

—Director Leon E. Panetta

Without the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces and the Intelligence Community (IC) working together, our nation would not be nearly as safe as it is today. The relationship between the military and the IC is very important and it’s one that the CIA works hard to maintain.

On Monday, June 6, the Central Intelligence Agency introduced a new section highlighting the Associate Director for Military Affairs (ADMA) on CIA.gov. The purpose of the addition is to inform the public of the Agency’s relationship with the military.

The ADMA coordinates, plans, executes, and sustains worldwide activities that support CIA and Department of Defense (DoD) interaction based on priorities established by CIA to achieve national security objectives.

The new ADMA section includes information such as:

Does a career working in ADMA at the CIA appeal to you? To learn more, visit CIA Careers.

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Posted: Jun 13, 2011 11:13 AM
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