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Williams says farewell in relinquishment of DLA command
Defense Logistics Agency Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams, DLA Senior Enlisted Leader Navy Command Master Chief Shaun Brahmsteadt, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Sustainment Jordon Gillis and DLA Vice Director Mike Scott prepare to pass the DLA flag in a military tradition that marks a formal transfer of authority and responsibility. Scott will serve as acting director until the agency’s next military leader is confirmed by Congress.
July 9, 2020 - The Defense Logistics Agency director known for operationalizing the agency’s support to combatant commanders and driving development of the DLA Service Readiness Dashboard relinquished command to DLA Vice Director Mike Scott June 8 during a ceremony at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.

DLA Aviation News

DLA Aviation Spotlight: DeAnne Allshouse
The DLA Aviation spotlight shines on DeAnne Allshouse. She is a Customer Support Technician at DLA Aviation at Ogden, Utah on Hill Air Force Base. She has worked at Aviation for six months.
July 8, 2020 - Employee spotlight regularly features outstanding non-supervisory personnel from throughout the Defense Logistics Agency Aviation and other DLA employees on Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia. Organizational directors may submit names of employees they wish to feature in this column to DLA Aviation Public Affairs. For more information, call (804) 279-3139.

DLA Installation Management Richmond works to improve Parker Pond
Parker Pond is a two-acre freshwater pond located in the center of Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia. Defense Logistics Agency Installation Management Richmond ensures the pond remains a usable and attractive recreational site for the center’s employees and recently added nearly 1,300 fish—minnows, catfish and blue gills—to the pond. (Photo by Jackie Roberts)
July 7, 2020 - One of the advantages of working on Defense Supply Center Richmond is its location in an idyllic part of Virginia. The natural resources and outdoor beauty are perks, and among the more popular spots is Parker Pond.

Aviation Hall of Fame nominations accepted through August 31
Nominations for the Defense Logistics Agency Aviation’s annual Hall of Fame are open through August 31, 2020. (DLA Aviation graphic)
July 1, 2020 - Defense Logistics Agency Aviation is accepting nominations for the 2020 Hall of Fame through August 31. The Aviation Hall of Fame honors former employees who have made significant and enduring contributions to DLA Aviation or Defense Supply Center Richmond.

DLA Aviation employees support each other during COVID-19 pandemic
Diane Pettit, a sustainment specialist working with DLA Aviation – Cherry Point, North Carolina, sews face coverings to donate to fellow employees. Employee-made and community-donated face coverings served as a bridge for employees until DLA-sourced face coverings were received. (Courtesy Photo)
June 30, 2020 - Executing the mission while taking care of each other and remaining resilient during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic are top priorities for Defense Logistics Agency Aviation employees in Cherry Point, North Carolina, who are actively supporting the Navy’s Fleet Readiness Center East.

How to stay safe when using consumer fireworks
In preparation of the upcoming July Fourth holiday, the Defense Logistics Agency Installation Management Richmond’s Fire Prevention Office is offering tips to help you celebrate the day safely. (Graphics by Staff Sgt. Lauren OConnor)
June 29, 2020 - Summertime is when many of us engage in what some might consider the most joyous of activities: spending time with friends and family, eating, drinking and watching fireworks light up the sky. Despite professional firework displays being fun and exciting, many people feel the real fun takes place when this excitement is recreated in our own homes through the purchasing of store-bought fireworks made for personal use. Sadly enough, sometimes the results are disastrous.

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