Defense Media Activity

The Defense Media Activity (DMA) is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) organization. It tries to modernize DoD media operations by consolidating military service and DoD media components into a single, integrated and transformed organization. The Defense Media Activity is located on Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. It was formerly the American Forces Information Service.

Products produced by Defense Media Activity include the Navy's All Hands Update television program, the Army's Soldiers Magazine, the Air Force's Airmen Magazine, and the Marine Corps' social media accounts. Additionally, The Pentagon Channel and Stars and Stripes newspaper are both a part of DMA.

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