NIP Mentoring Program

Our most consistent feedback on the NIP mission and activities is the request for mentoring. That’s no surprise, since any of us who ever succeeded in this demanding business only did so with the help of a lot of mentors…

TAPS: ISCS Robert M. Henderson V, USN-Ret.

12 April 2016 ISCS Robert M. Henderson V, USN-Ret., 83, at Dowling Park, FL. A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Senior Chief Henderson was the fifth in his line to bear that name. He joined the Navy to see the World…

ONI Change of Command

(Suitland, MD 7 April 2016) In a traditional Navy ceremony at Suitland, MD on 7 April, Rear Admiral Elizabeth Train was relieved as the Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) and Director, Naval Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) by Rear Admiral…

Celebrate a Century of Naval Attaches, NIP Networking Event!

When the Office of Naval Intelligence was established in 1882 as America’s first continuously operating intelligence service, it was Lt. Theodorus B. M. Mason’s basic concept that “naval attaches had to be assigned to U.S. embassies and legations in the…

Sharp is new director NMIO, Commander ONI

Rear Adm. Robert Sharp assumes command of ONI from Rear Adm. Elizabeth Train as DCNO Information Warfare and Director of Naval Intelligence Vice Adm. Ted Branch presides. In a ceremony filled with tradition, pride and honor, Rear Adm. Robert Sharp…

DIA Selects New Deputy Director

By DIA Public Affairs April 06, 20 WASHINGTON DIA Director Lieutenant General Vincent R. Stewart, USMC, announced yesterday that Melissa Drisko will become the agency’s Deputy Director, effective in August 2016. Drisko currently serves as DIA’s Director for Rank-in-Person Implementation.…

DHS/OCIA: Cyber attack on seaports could have wide-ranging effects on key infrastructure

Multiple vulnerabilities could be lessened by setting standards for maritime cybersecurity By Julie Bird U.S. seaports are vulnerable to cyber attacks that could cripple not just the ports, but business sectors including critical manufacturing, energy, chemical, transportation and food and agriculture,…

Naval Intelligence Professionals Chairman’s Update – March 2016

More Visible – More Relevant These are, indeed, dangerous times. This audience doesn’t need to be reminded of the facts since you are getting them daily, whether in the SCIF, on board the ship or in the press. There is…

Navy Moves To End Long Period With Intelligence Chief Who Can’t View Intelligence

The Washington Post By Craig Whitlock April 1, 2016 The Navy is finally moving to end a long spell during which its intelligence chief hasn’t been able to see, hear or read any military secrets. Navy officials say Vice Adm.…

TAPS: Jinny Martin

27 March 2016 Mrs. Virginia “Jinny” Martin, 88, of natural causes at Rancho Santa Fe, CA. A friend wrote: “She was frail yet her passing was unexpected.” Born in February,1928, to Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wheeler of North Harmony Street…

Office of Naval Intelligence Celebrates 134th Anniversary

From Office of Naval Intelligence Public Affairs Suitland, Md (NNS) — The men and women of the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) celebrated the 134th anniversary of the establishment of America’s longest-serving intelligence agency in a March 23 ceremony at…

32 Space Symposium | April 11-14, 2016

32 Space Symposium The Broadmoor Colorado Springs, Colorado 11-14 April, 2016 | Register The Space Symposium, held at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA, has brought together space leaders from around the world to discuss, address and plan for…

CISRC | April 5-7, 2016

11th Annual Cyber and Information Security Research Conference Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee 5-7 April, 2016 | Register Cyberspace is fundamental to our national prosperity, as it has become critical to commerce, research, education, and government. Realizing the…

15th Annual ARMY IT Day | Mar 31, 2016

“IT: Enabling Army Warfighter Capabilities Through Military/Industry Partnerships” Sheraton Tysons Hotel 8661 Leesburg Pike Vienna, Virginia 22182 31 March, 2016 AFCEA NOVA’s 15th Annual Army IT Day is the 2016 “must attend” Northern Virginia IT conference for anyone doing business…

Phishing Emails Targeting Veterans are on the Rise…

Phishing Emails Targeting Veterans are on the Rise — But Don’t Blame this Website, VA Says By Jack Moore Sometimes, the emails offer fake job interviews conducted via Skype or Google Plus during which scammers try to glean Social Security…