|Directorate Military Intelligence (DMI) - (3 members)
The Directorate of Military Intelligence (DMI) [Afr: Direktoraat Militêre Inligting] was established on 1 Jul 1962 when the status of the intelligence section of the Directorate Planning and Operations was elevated to that of directorate. The directorate was responsible for all strategic and some tactical intelligence activities across all the armed services. On 1 Jan 1968 the South African Military Intelligence Corps [Afr: Suid-Afrikaanse Militêre Inligtingskorps] was formed to incorporate the military intelligence personnel in their own corps. All PF members permanently in service with DMI were incorporated in the corps. The Military Intelligence Corps later became the South African Military Intelligence Service [Afr: Suid-Afrikaanse Militêre Inligtingsdiens]. In 1970 DMI became the Military Intelligence Division (MID) due to the rapid expansion of the directorate.
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