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Archive: April, 2016

April 20, 2016

Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto

A variety of new technologies may someday help DLA employees work with less fatigue, greater efficiency and improved safety.

April 20, 2016

Rations: Better Seal, Longer Shelf Life

By improving the seals on food packaging, two DLA projects aim to prevent spoilage of battlefield meals, as well as increase variety and improve taste.

April 20, 2016

New Technology, Ancient Industry

Casting and forging are among the oldest manufacturing methods but are still used to make some very high-tech parts needed by the military.

April 20, 2016

Parts on Demand

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, will someday enable DLA to make hard-to-obtain parts quickly and economically, starting with seven aircraft parts.

April 20, 2016

DLA’s Process Problem Solvers

DLA’s Weapon System Sustainment R&D Program helps make sure customers have the parts they need, addressing process problems as they occur.

April 20, 2016

Coming Soon to a Trail Near You … Maybe

DLA is looking at several options for disposing of excess military vehicles to recoup taxpayer dollars while protecting the public.

April 20, 2016

A Conversation with … Navy Rear Adm. Vincent L. Griffith

DLA’s Director of Logistics Operations talks about DLA’s support to deployed warfighters, humanitarian relief, the nuclear enterprise and more.

April 20, 2016

DLA NewsWire

DLA TROOP SUPPORT EMPLOYEES VISIT SUPPLIER, IMPROVE UNDERSTANDING OF INDUSTRYTwelve employees from Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support’s clothing and textiles directorate gained a better understanding of the supply chain during a recent tour of DeRossi & Sons, which has been making uniforms for the U.S. military since World War II.Ken Drexinger,

April 20, 2016

I am DLA

Wallan Hashimoto

April 20, 2016

History Highlights

GOOD EATS:MILITARY FOOD RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT“The Army marches on its stomach” is a phrase credited to Napoleon, but the need to feed a military on the move is a timeless concern. The Defense Logistics Agency helps supply high-quality, nutritious food in military dining facilities worldwide. On U.S.-based installations, at sea, and in theater,