News | Feb. 23, 2022

Employee Reflection: Juan Aguilar

DLA Disposition Services Tucson Material Examiner and Identifier, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona

A man poses on material handling equipment in a warehouse.
DLA Disposition Services Tucson Material Examiner and Identifier Juan Aguilar.
A man poses on material handling equipment in a warehouse.
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DLA Disposition Services Tucson Material Examiner and Identifier Juan Aguilar.
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VIRIN: 220115-D-D0441-6543
Describe your job.

Working “unprocessed” area to identify items to be received and items to scrap, performing load out of scrap conveyances, and general KCC.

How long have you worked for the federal government including military service?

7 years.

How long have you worked for DLA Disposition Services?

3 months.

What aspect(s) of your current job gives you the most personal satisfaction and why? 

Identifying items that we can make available for reutilization, because I love the fact that these items can be reused.

What kind(s) of training and education helps your work performance in your current role?

Learning from the folks that have worked here for longer.

What was your first job?

Santa Cruz Beach lifeguard in California.

Who’s your biggest influence?

Of course, my father.

Any passions outside work?

Spending time with my daughters and family.

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