DLA Land and Maritime News

Archive: 2016

April 25, 2016

DSCC Shred Day accomplishes goal

Defense Supply Center Columbus held its annual Shred Day April 20 on the installation. Associates were encouraged to bring anything they wanted shredded, including personal and work documents. DSCC’s Environmental Division processed 7.56 Tons of paper, which translates to saving 129 trees and 38 cubic yards of landfill.

April 21, 2016

King’s ship sets sail after more than 30 years in the Navy

After more than 30 years serving as a naval officer, outgoing Land and Maritime Commander Navy Rear Admiral John King King officially retired and is transitioning to the next chapter in his life. “It’s just been unbelievable how fast my time here at Land and Maritime has flown by and I have to tell you I’ve been extremely fortunate to work with such an inspired group of professionals,” said King.

April 20, 2016

Teamwork and experience power Navy’s nuclear supply chain

As a weapon system support manager, Joe Moore ensures nuclear powered ships and submarines have the parts they need to safely conduct their missions. That’s no easy task, considering the nuclear reactor parts list Moore manages includes more than 31,000 items.

April 19, 2016

Info fair kicks off month of sexual assault awareness and prevention at DSCC

Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) formally kicked off at the Defense Supply Center Columbus during an information fair held inside Building 20. The Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime's FMWR Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) office planned the April 6 event to showcase weekly activities taking place throughout the month.

April 15, 2016

Land and Maritime military members get inside look at research facility

Two dozen service members from Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime toured Battelle Memorial Institute’s Columbus, Ohio headquarters March 24 as part of the agency’s local strategic industry engagement efforts. The regular trips seek to engage and coordinate with organizations in the community which share comparable values and goals with DLA.

April 11, 2016

Defense Federal Community celebrates 2016 National Women’s History Month

The EEO Federal Women’s Program (FWP) joined in the celebration of National Women’s History Month,

April 6, 2016

DSCC celebrates a “more perfect union” at annual luncheon

Defense Supply Center Columbus’ annual Women's History Month Luncheon took place March 23 at the

April 5, 2016

Associates Attend Annual Automated One-Time Buy Training Session

The Automated One-Time Buy Team at DLA Land and Maritime hosted an in-depth training session in

April 5, 2016

New commanders selected for three DLA activities

Defense Logistics Agency Director Air Force Lt. Gen. Andy Busch has announced the selection of new commanders for three DLA activities: Air Force Brig. Gen. Martin Chapin, DLA Energy; Army Col. John Laskodi, DLA Distribution; and Navy Rear Adm. Michelle Skubic, DLA Land and Maritime.

April 4, 2016

Skubic named next commander of Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime

The Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John M. Richardson announced

April 1, 2016

April calendar blooms with events

As we count our lucky stars for the mild winter that (hopefully) has passed, it’s time to look ahead

March 29, 2016

Land and Maritime commander conducts final town hall; announces retirement

In a March 23 town hall event reaffirming DLA Land and Maritime’s commitment to its people and

March 28, 2016

Commentary: It’s up to you and me to create culture

At a basic level, culture is the way people work together. It’s the rules — often unspoken — on what is acceptable and unacceptable behavior; the expectations people have about managing others and being managed; and the values employees are supposed to embody every day.

March 22, 2016

DLA Land and Maritime engineer receives award at Pentagon ceremony

An expert in ceramic capacitors from Columbus was honored in the nation’s capital for research that

March 16, 2016

Associates relish “huge responsibility” in systems branch

Across the Defense Logistics Agency acquisition processes and the systems that support the mission