Learn more about what DLA Europe & Africa provides to the warfighter through a YouTube playlist featuring their support to exercises and their logistics support in action at several military installations.

DLA Europe & Africa serves as the Defense Logistics Agency's operationalized Regional Command Headquarters supporting U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command Areas of Operation (AOR). DLA Europe & Africa proactively integrates and synchronizes DLA’s Global Readiness Solutions to ensure EUCOM, AFRICOM, and Service Component Warfighter Capability.

As the Nation’s Combat Logistic Support Agency’s forward single headquarters supporting EUCOM and AFRICOM AORs, DLA Europe & Africa provides the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, federal agencies, and partner and allied Nations with the full spectrum of logistics, acquisition, and technical services within an increasingly complex geographic environment that includes 55.8 million square miles covering 104 Nations.

Postured forward and supported by DLA’s six Major Subordinate Commands - DLA Aviation, DLA Troop Support, DLA Energy, DLA Distribution, DLA Disposition, DLA Land and Maritime - DLA Europe & Africa is prepared to sustain warfighter readiness and lethality by delivering proactive global logistics in peace and war.

With a dedicated, agile workforce that is forward and engaged throughout Europe and Africa, DLA Europe & Africa leverages strong partnerships with the Joint Logistics Enterprise, Inter-Agency, Industry, and partner and Allied Nations to serve the Warfighter and our Nation!

 

Europe & Africa News

New video showcases field support
DLA Disposition Services comes through for soldiers in rural Poland, helping them outfit austere field exercise conditions with excess furniture and gym equipment.
Aug. 8, 2018 - The agency highlights its expeditionary support efforts in a new "Everywhere You Go" video clip set in rural Poland.

Logistics on location, everywhere you go
DLA Logo against map background.
Aug. 1, 2018 - The Defense Logistics Agency partners with military and civilian organizations around the world to sustain operations with critical supplies during war and peacetime. Below are summaries of videos demonstrating how DLA provided outstanding logistics support during two recent European exercises.

DLA forward presence enhances commodity, service support during Saber Strike
Army Master Sgt. Lewmas Laurinaitis, a culinary specialist with the 16th Sustainment Brigade cooks French toast in a mobile kitchen with subsistence items provided by DLA during Saber Strike 2018. DLA is supporting the U.S. Army, Europe-led exercise taking place in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland June 3-15. Photo by Nutan Chada
June 19, 2018 - U.S. forces in the Baltics and Poland for Saber Strike 2018 have easier access to critical supplies like food, fuel and repair parts with the deployment of Defense Logistics Agency personnel to Powidz, Poland.

DLA team marks Memorial Day in visit to WWI commemoration in France
A reenactor joins attendees in honoring the sacrifices of Allied forces 100 years ago during the battles of Belleau Wood and Château-Thierry in France, near the end of World War I. In the background is the Aisne-Marne Memorial.
May 31, 2018 - Over the Memorial Day weekend, a group from DLA Europe and Africa traveled to Château-Thierry, France, to participate in the World War I Centennial Commemoration at the Aisne-Marne Cemetery.

Joint military DLA team participates in Air Force obstacle course
From left: Air Force Maj. Brian Jorgensen, Navy Lt. Brent Cohen, Air Force Master Sgt. Thomas Baah, Army Maj. Tracy Yates and Marine Lt. Col. Ian Galbraith relax after completing the event. Courtesy photo
May 24, 2018 - A team of DLA Europe and Africa service members recently competed in an obstacle race at Ramstein Air Base, Germany.

Deputy Commander DLA Europe & Africa visits DSCR on tour of agency’s MSCs
Defense Logistics Agency Aviation Commander Air Force Brig. Gen. Linda Hurry meets with Gordon Hackett, deputy commander, DLA Europe and Africa, during his visit to Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia, Feb. 1, 2018.  Hackett visited DLA Aviation to learn about its ongoing focus areas and initiatives, and to share information on his activity.
Feb. 7, 2018 - Gordon Hackett, deputy commander of Defense Logistics Agency Europe & Africa, visited DLA Aviation on Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia, Feb. 1 as part of a week-long familiarization tour of the agency’s major subordinate commands to find out more about their current missions.

DLA Headquarters Recent News

Employees required to abide by Hatch Act
All federal employees are prohibited by law from using their positions to advocate for or against any candidate for political office. Graphic by Paul Crank.
Aug. 15, 2018 - With the election season now in full swing, it’s important that DLA employees be aware of rules that apply to them under the provisions of the Hatch Act, 5 U.S.C. Section 7323, which limits political activities of all federal employees.