|McNamara HQC welcomes Women’s Equality Day speaker|
Unifying and supporting one another in the workplace is the key to women and minorities overcoming barriers to leadership positions, a top air force official said at the Aug. 27 Women’s Equality Day observance at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.
|Wounded warrior helps with inventory at Hawaii warehouse|
An Army wounded warrior is helping clean out a collection of unusable and excess information technology equipment that had accrued over timne at a DLA Distribution warehouse in Hawaii. The equipment belonged to DLA Customer Support and Readiness Pacific.
|DLA historians work to rebuild agencywide history program|
Two historians are working to establish a history program to help connect the Defense Logistics Agency’s mission and employees with its history. The history and heritage of an organization help instill a sense of pride in the organization.
|DLA helps Navy bid farewell to one of its oldest ships |
Before the USS Denver sails into history, her crew received some help with the decommissioning process from DLA personnel at Sasebo and Iwakuni, Japan. The Sasebo Recycling Center staff and Iwakuni’s disposal services representative supported the effort.
|Kandahar DLA Disposition Services employees protect bird’s nest|
When a bird’s nest with two eggs was discovered inside a large box of wire at the DLA Disposition Services site in Kandahar, Afghanistan, employees took steps to protect it. The box was marked to prevent any accidental disturbances and protect the baby birds.
|DLA Troop Support Europe & Africa supports wounded warrior center|
Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Europe & Africa provides daily support to the Wounded Heroes Service Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. This military clothing sales store is specially designed to serve medically evacuated wounded service members.