The Defense Intelligence Agency’s top two officials said Wednesday they will retire by early fall, a shakeup that Pentagon officials said had been in the works for months. The DIA director, Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, and the agency’s deputy director, David Shedd, announced their plans in a joint statement to the agency’s workforce. “We are proud of the legacy of sustained superb performance of the thousands of men and women we have served alongside throughout these many years,” they said. More