The Military Art of US Defense

In the last two decades of the Cold War, a secretive programme was operating in the United States to produce works of ‘military art’. Between 1965 and 1989 artists employed as ‘visual information specialists’ worked in the Illustrations Department of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) to produce over 1,000 paintings and drawings. The DIA, a combat support agency for the US Department of Defense, employed … Continue reading The Military Art of US Defense