|DLA Energy overcomes challenges to supply fuel in Afghanistan|
DLA Energy faces myriad challenges when supplying fuel to forces in Afghanistan. Along with the standard logistics of transporting fuel, the physical geography and the wartime operating environment are two of the biggest unique difficulties to overcome.
|DLA civilian employee killed in line of duty in Afghanistan|
A DLA civilian employee deployed from DLA Land and Maritime, in Columbus, Ohio, died in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sept. 16 when a car bomb was detonated near his location. Stephen Byus, 39, was a resolution specialist supervisor with Maritime Supplier Operations.
|DLA scrap efforts in Afghanistan top billion-pound mark|
Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services personnel have handled more than 1 billion pounds of scrap during operations in Afghanistan since the organization’s first full site stood up in 2005. Receipt of scrap started at a single initial site.
|Pentagon survivor shares 9/11 experience, promotes preparedness|
The scars are just one of several reminders that take retired Army Lt. Col. Robert Grunewald back to Sept. 11, 2001. Grunewald spoke to McNamara Headquarters Complex employees about his experiences that day during a Patriot Day observance Sept. 10.
|DLA Pacific team supports massive U.S.-Republic of Korea exercise|
Defense Logistics Agency Pacific Korea team members provided simulated logistics support to U.S. Forces Korea, U.S. Pacific Command and interagency partners in the Republic of Korea during a massive computer-based exercise in the latter half of August.