DIIA

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The Defense Interaction Intelligence Agency [1] (DIIA) comprises a number of senior and well established figures from global military circles, security agencies, the diplomatic service, emergency services, international scientific & research establishments, universities, NGO’s and private sector defense linked companies: all who believe it is important to promote the positive interaction their different organizations enjoy with business & local communities worldwide.

DIIA members now exceed 10,000 from 125 countries. 51,000+ readers view Defense Intelligence Magazine from 139+ countries per month. Membership is free - contact DIIA [us@defense-interaction-intelligence-agency.org] stating your name, location (city & country) plus occupation only. For your own privacy & protection - do not forward sensitive data (addresses, date of birth, passwords etc). Your email will be reviewed and on acceptance, a password will be issued enabling you to access member only areas of the magazine.

DIIA highlights humanitarian missions carried out by armed forces worldwide and identifies where the military assist local communities with emergency response to and disaster management of natural disasters including tsunamis, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, mudslides, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and other severe weather conditions.

DIIA’s new publication [Defense Intelligence Magazine http://www.diia.us] launched to promote the links between defense and the community views special forces, women in the military, women's rights, security agencies, homeland security, anti-terrorism operations, security of oil & gas (O&G) and other sensitive military or civilian installations and anti-drug trafficking missions at one end of the scale to educational training programmes for youngsters (such as space research, engineering, sat nav etc.) developed by NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA) and other members of the defense world.

DIIA works closely with the U.S. Navy (USN), Marine Corps, United States Air Force (USAF), U.S Southcom, Naval Investigative Service (NCIS), U.S.MSC and other U.S military forces and the United Nations (UN) to give the latest news on peace-keeping missions, medical assistance projects, security & anti-terrorist operations plus research projects.

DIIA highlights search & rescue (SAR), mine clearance & disposal, oceanography (diving, underwater vehicles (UAS)/ submarines), research and scientific establishments including Weather Warning Centers and various projects that assist the environment, combat global warming or protect marine or wildlife.

The publication examines new military products & services (ships, aircraft, UAV's, military vehicles, military robots, equipment), military technology and projects with special emphasis on those specifically designed and developed for military use but now very essential to civil defence (nuclear, chemical & bio attacks), NGO's, relief organisations and other civil authorities.

Pages cover how the merchant marine link to the military for logistics with such organisations as the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) and United States Military Sealift Command (MSC).

DIIA's magazine Defense Intelligence is currently highlighting the role of actress Nicole Kidman as UN Goodwill Ambassador [2] and the problems faced by women around the world who suffer abuse in the military, in business and the community.