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The Director-General Military Intelligence (DGMI) [Afr: Direkteur-Generaal Militêre Inligting] was a post within the Military Intelligence Division (MID) specifically created to allow for closer liaison between Military Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence by placing of the two sections under a common head from 29 November 1971. The expansion and modernization of the SA Defence Force during the late sixties and early seventies was accompanied by an organizational restructuring in terms of which the four-pronged staff division system was introduced in 1974. MID now became a specialist staff division with the aim of providing the SA Defence Force with military intelligence and a counter-intelligence service. With effect from 15 April 1974 DGMI became Chief Staff Intelligence (CSI) directly responsible to Chief of the South African Defence Force.
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