DLA's support spans the globe and its Pacific team is passionate about providing customers with the right logistics solution anywhere, anytime because they live logistics.

DLA Pacific is the agency’s primary liaison to U.S. Pacific Command, U.S. Forces Korea, U.S. Forces Japan and Alaska Command. DLA Pacific provides a unified DLA interface for warfighters throughout the USPACOM area of responsibility, integrating DLA support within the region and reaching back to other DLA activities in the continental United States for logistics solutions.

DLA Pacific’s headquarters is located in Building 479, Pearl Harbor, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. To better support warfighters, the organization’s operations span the Pacific Region.

The Pacific Logistics Operations Center at Camp Smith, Hawaii; the USPACOM liaison officer; and other DLA representatives work closely with the USPACOM staff and the military services’ component commands to integrate DLA into all plans and operations.

The DLA Pacific liaison officer at Yokota Air Base, Japan, works closely with the USFJ staff to fully integrate DLA support.

An operations center at Camp Henry, Daegu, Korea supports operations on the Korean Peninsula. The Korea staff works closely with military service logisticians to integrate DLA into planning and operations. Additionally, the DLA liaison officer to USFK in Seoul directly supports USFK and 8th Army in addressing their strategic issues and ensuring an in-depth understanding of DLA capabilities. The DLA Korea team, through constant training and practice, also stands ready to form a full scale DLA support team to support exercises or operations in Korea.

DLA Pacific also has warfighter support representatives located in Hawaii, Korea, mainland Japan, Okinawa, Guam and Alaska to provide planning and on-site customer support, training and interface.



DLA Headquarters Recent News

Culture/Climate Survey results show positive trend for DLA
The results of an agencywide employee survey showed improvements in all 12 areas. Graphic by Paul Crank.
Oct. 19, 2018 - The results for the 2018 DLA Culture and Climate Survey are in, and they show overall favorable trends for the agency.

Pacific News

DLA Pacific preparation, team response critical as hurricane struck
Hurricane Lane was only the second Category 5 hurricane to past within 350 miles of Hawaii. Although the state was spared a direct hit, bands from the storm caused major flooding and property loss. (Photo/graphic courtesy National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
Aug. 30, 2018 - The island chain of Hawaii is only rarely in the path of a hurricane — but personnel from Defense Logistics Agency Pacific were well prepared when the outer bands of Hurricane Lane began to dump torrential rains on the state in late August, according to managers from DLA Pacific and DLA Headquarters.

DLA Pacific commander sees DLA Energy capability firsthand in Okinawa
DLA Energy Okinawa Commander Air Force Maj. Jarrett Weiblen (far right) and staff brief DLA Pacific Commander Navy Capt. Kristin Acquavella (second from left) on single-point mooring operation and maintenance while aboard an SPM at Tengan Ocean Terminal Support Facility, Camp Courtney, Okinawa, Japan, Aug. 27. Photo by Kiromi Ozawa
Aug. 29, 2018 - The commander of Defense Logistics Agency Pacific recently gained a firsthand appreciation of DLA Energy’s fuel-distribution capabilities to U.S. military bases in Japan, in an Aug. 27 visit.

Retiring DLA Pacific senior enlisted advisor honored for 26 years of service
Army Col. Rick Ellis, 8th Theater Sustainment Command deputy commander, present Army Master Sgt. Larry Hogan the certificate of retirement during a ceremony Aug. 14 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam Missing Man Formation.  Photo by Dr. John Hamilton
Aug. 15, 2018 - Defense Logistics Agency Pacific’s Logistics Operation noncommissioned officer-in-charge and senior enlisted advisor, Army Master Sgt. Larry Hogan, retired after a 26-year career with the Army in a “missing man formation” ceremony at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, Hawaii, Aug. 14.