DLA News Archive

Tag: Global Posture DS

Nov. 21, 2022

Pacific disposal crew closes book on ‘22

From Oahu to Kwajalein to Diego Garcia and all the exotic spots in between, reverse logistics for deployed and forward-based warfighters depends on the close coordination of an expert team.

March 18, 2022

Where in the World: Aviano

Tucked into the far northeast corner of the country, a small DLA property disposal team handles the reverse logistics needs of Army, Air Force and Navy installations throughout mainland Italy.

March 14, 2022

Where in the World: Rota

DLA handles property disposition at a geographically important naval station on the Atlantic coast of Spain.

March 8, 2022

Europe and Africa team notches buzzer-beating assist for Army Special Forces in Eastern Europe

The Defense Logistics Agency’s property disposal team in Germany recently came up big for Green Berets leading multinational training in the Baltics.

March 7, 2022

Where in the World: Sicily

DLA handles property disposition at Naval Air Station Sigonella.

July 7, 2021

Okinawa team helps restore joint range

The removal of 20,000 lbs. of inert munitions and range residue will help trainers provide a safer, more realistic place to prepare for combat.

June 25, 2021

DLA Disposition Services supports USNS Tippecanoe during COREX in Guam

The replenishment oiler brought turn-in items to a temporary field exercise site.

Feb. 22, 2021

Afghan operations making milestones

Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services employees have been serving in Afghanistan in support of U.S. forces deployed there and noted significant milestones for DLA in the past few weeks.

Feb. 15, 2021

Battle Creek team helps equip Central operations

Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services employees at global sites often count on colleagues in Battle Creek, Michigan, to ensure essential equipment they need like the team who helps keep the specialized equipment site staffs rely on getting to where it is needed.

Bagram, Afghanistan Sept. 30, 2020

Bagram workers light up the night

Defense Logistics Agency employees recently defied the darkness of the Afghan night to keep important cargo moving.