DLA News Archive

Tag: Norfolk Naval Shipyard

Oct. 24, 2022

Logistics operations director visits DLA sites in Hampton Roads, Hawaii 

DLA's director of logistics operations travelled to Portsmouth, Virginia, and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Oct. 16-20, visiting two of the Navy’s four public shipyards with senior Defense Department and Navy leaders.

Aug. 29, 2022

Another successful Operation Pacer Goose mission for DLA Distribution Norfolk

Defense Logistics Agency Distribution Norfolk, Virginia, employees downloaded retrograde material and equipment from Aug. 18 through Aug. 19 from the Ocean Gladiator, successfully concluding the annual resupply mission for the remote Thule Air Base, Greenland.

Aug. 17, 2022

Logistics operations director focuses on shipyard operations, fuel support during Hampton Roads visit

DLA's director of logistics operations toured DLA defense fuel support points and warehouses Aug. 11-12 during a trip to Hampton Roads, Virginia, to focus on fuel and Navy shipyard operations. 

March 25, 2022

International Students visit DLA Distribution, Norfolk, Virginia

Nine international students participating in a course let by the U.S. Navy Supply Corps School visited Defense Logistics Agency Norfolk, Virginia, March 1.

June 11, 2021

DLA Distribution Norfolk, Virginia command changes hands in traditional ceremony

Defense Logistics Agency Distribution Norfolk, Virginia, a key strategic logistics hub co-located with the largest U.S. Naval shipyard, changed command from Navy Capt. Thomas Neville III to Navy Capt. Andrew J. Lewis June 11.

May 19, 2020

DLA Maritime Norfolk and DLA Pearl Harbor sailors advanced through special Navy program

Two exceptional sailors supporting the DLA warfighter support mission, Logistics Specialist Second Class Jasmine Robinson and LS1 Laklas Howard, were selectively advanced through a special U.S. Navy program that rewards superior performance.

March 26, 2019

With the clock ticking, teamwork gets a ship underway

Navy Lt., SC, Willard Trefren with Defense Distribution Susquehanna Pennsylvania was one of many that got a desperate call for help; get us this part fast or the USS James E. Williams will not be underway in time.“It was a high priority requisition form,” said Trefren. “Essentially there are some things that a ship has to have up and running or