|Day selected for promotion, command of DLA Aviation |
Col. Allan E. Day, the Air Force’s director of resource integration for the deputy chief of staff of logistics, installations and mission support, has been selected for promotion and will serve as the new commander of Defense Logistics Agency Aviation, the Air Force announced.
|MLK observance more than a day to celebrate, local pastor says|
Americans must be wary of false finish lines in their quest for unity, Derek Grier, founding pastor of Grace Church in nearby Dumfries, Virginia, told McNamara Headquarters Complex employees Jan. 21 during a Martin Luther King Jr. observance.
|Employees keep it on the move for Frosty Bear 5K|
Brisk temperatures and an optional telework day didn’t stop McNamara Headquarters Complex employees from participating in this year’s Frosty Bear 5K Run/Walk Jan. 21. Eighty-three employees participated in the race, which sent them through trails on Fort Belvoir.
|Roller derby ‘Sweet’ therapy for DLA Troop Support contracting officer|
Sara Fetterolf hadn’t hit anyone for nine weeks, and her supervisor could tell she was wound up at work. Roller derby is like therapy for the contracting officer with DLA Troop Support Europe and Africa. But Fetterolf missed two stretches of time after breaking both elbows.
|European consolidation brings business to Germersheim|
A distribution center of excellence will be created at Germersheim Army Depot, Germany, home to Defense Logistics Agency Distribution Europe, the Defense Department announced Jan. 8. The decision was part of the European Infrastructure Consolidation process.
|Distribution leaders discuss readiness, joint solutions|
Senior leaders with roles in distribution processes throughout the Defense Department brainstormed joint solutions for improving overall readiness at minimal cost Jan. 13 during a Distribution Steering Group meeting at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.
|Busch assumes leadership of the Defense Logistics Agency |
Air Force Lt. Gen. Andrew Busch assumed leadership of the Defense Logistics Agency as its 18th director Jan. 9 in a ceremony at the McNamara Headquarters Complex. Busch, who has served two previous tours with DLA, praised the agency’s workforce for its accomplishments
|‘Operation United Assistance:’ January/February Loglines available|
The January/February issue of Loglines magazine, “Operation United Assistance,” is now available in print and online. The issue takes an in-depth look at the support DLA has been providing to the Defense Department operation supporting the effort to contain Ebola in West Africa.