Subsistence employees forgo shaving to raise cancer awareness
By Alexandria Brimage-Gray
Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support
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Employees from the DLA Troop Support Subsistence supply chain show off their beards to commemorate the final days of No-Shave November, Nov. 26, 2019 in Philadelphia. No-Shave November is an annual campaign to bring awareness to cancer and encourage participants to donate the money typically used for shaving supplies to a local charity. (Photo by Alexandria Brimage-Gray/DLA Troop Support)
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 27, 2019 —
Beards of all sizes, filled with shades of red, brown, white, gray, black and even a few multi-colored, appeared on the faces of several men from the Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Subsistence supply chain during “No-Shave November.”
The voluntary national event held each November seeks to bring cancer awareness and encourage participants to donate the money typically used for shaving supplies to a local charity according to the No-Shave November website.