|DLA Energy continues helium support for universities|
The Defense Logistics Agency Energy’s pilot program to provide academic researchers with helium for use in their federally funded research resulted in savings of up to 27 percent for several universities.
|DLA Troop Support commander sizes up recruits at Lackland AFB|
Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Commander Army Brig. Gen. Charles Hamilton visited the Air Force’s recruit training center Aug. 6 to see how technology implemented by DLA Troop Support’s Clothing and Textiles supply chain has helped cut the time it takes to issue items in half.
|3D printing could help DLA cut costs, improve parts support|
The Defense Logistics Agency is evaluating whether 3D printing, a process commercial manufacturers use to produce everything from prosthetics to airplane parts, could lower the cost and reduce lead times for hard-to-source, obsolete and back-ordered parts.
|DLA hosts annual DoD distribution process owners meeting |
Leaders from the Defense Logistics Agency and the Department of Defense discussed engagement opportunities and partnerships during a Distribution Process Owner Executive Board meeting Aug. 6 at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.
|DLA coordinates Naval Academy donation of sailing dinghy fleet|
Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services staff members at Fort Meade, Maryland, recently coordinated the donation of a 21-boat fleet of two-person sailing dinghies previously used by the U.S. Naval Academy to the SUNY Maritime Academy in New York City.