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Aug. 27, 2021

60th Anniversary: Associate Lori Phillips shares thoughts on decades of service with agency

DLA Land and Maritime’s Lori Phillips talks about her history with the agency for DLA's 60th Anniversary.

Aug. 26, 2021

Celebrating DLA's 60th Anniversary: DLA Land and Maritime over the years

For 60 years, the Defense Logistics Agency has been a leader in defense logistics, dedicated to advancing the art and science of end-to-end supply chain management and streamlined acquisition. In celebration of the DLA’s upcoming 60th Anniversary celebration in October, DLA Land and Maritime looks back at the early days of our historic support to what is known today as DLA.

Aug. 25, 2021

60th Anniversary: Longtime associate recalls DLA jobs before today's technology

Remember typing pools? Electric typewriters? Only one telephone per group? DLA Land and Maritime’s Debbie Miller talks about what it was like working in various DLA jobs before today's technology.

Aug. 24, 2021

DLA Land and Maritime Timeline of the Past 60 Years

The Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime based at the Defense Supply Center Columbus has a long history of support to our nation’s forces. See the timeline for some of the Central Ohio logistics center's key moments in the early days of the agency.

Aug. 23, 2021

Celebrating DLA’s legacy as the agency closes in on 60 years

For nearly 60 years, the Defense Logistics Agency has played a critical role in supporting our servicemen and women around the globe. This week is a time to reflect on DLA Land and Maritime’s contributions to that incredible history of excellence and Warfighter support.

Aug. 17, 2021

Supporting the Nation from the beginning

In October, the Defense Logistics Agency celebrates its 60th anniversary. But one of its major subordinate commands has been around for much longer, contributing over 200 years of warfighter and whole of government support to the agency’s great legacy. DLA Troop Support can trace its roots back to the early 1800s and the construction of the Schuylkill Arsenal.