Andrea Perry poses after graduating from George Mason University in December 2018. She applied for the Defense Department Workforce Recruitment Program after graduation and received the 2020-2021 Judith C. Gilliom Outstanding Workforce Recruitment Program Participant Award July 29, 2021.
At Defense Logistics Agency Aviation at Warner Robins, Georgia, parts supportability is the highest priority. The teams there are responsible for making sure warfighter needs at the Air Force’s Air Logistic Complex on Robins Air Force Base are met with high quality materials and maintenance to keep critical aircraft like the Air Force C-130 transport plane in the air.
Communication is probably the most important critical issue that can profoundly impact the outcomes of an emergency. Communication is essential because, without effective, continuous, and consistent communication, all the other areas of emergency management would be unmanageable.
A major subordinate command of the Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Aviation is the aviation demand and supply chain manager for DLA and much of the Defense Department. Employing more than 4,000 civilian and military personnel in 18 locations across the United States. DLA Aviation supports more than 1,879 weapon systems and is the U.S. military’s integrated materiel manager for more than 1.2 million national stock number items, industrial retail supply and depot-level repairable acquisitions.


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New book chronicles DLA’s 60-year history
A new 82-page book by Defense Logistics Agency Historian Colin Williams is the first comprehensive account of the agency’s six-decade history.
Sept. 16, 2021 - A new 82-page book by Defense Logistics Agency Historian Colin Williams is the first comprehensive account of the agency’s six-decade history.

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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Yanice Kovach
Yanice Kovach is a customer account specialist with DLA Aviation. She shares aspects of her Puerto Rican heritage and what Hispanic Heritage Month means to her.  (September 2021 courtesy photo)
Sept. 17, 2021 - Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated across the nation every year from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. The 2021 HHM observance theme “Esperanza: A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage and Hope,” celebrates Hispanic heritage and reflects on how great our tomorrow can be if we hold onto our resilience and hope. It encourages us to reflect on all past contributions Hispanics made and will continue to make in the future. It is also a reminder that we are stronger together.

Protecting our workforce – think OPSEC
Defense Logistics Agency Intelligence Richmond, Virginia, urges employees to “Think OPSEC” and keep information on DLA Aviation’s critical information list safe. (Air Force Courtesy Graphic 2012)
Sept. 15, 2021 - The primary goal of the Defense Logistics Agency Intelligence’s Operations Security Program is to increase mission effectiveness by identifying and protecting critical information.

DLA Aviation and Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex deserve ‘Props’ for improved C-130 supportability
Defense Logistics Agency Aviation at Warner Robins’ Planning and Support Division team members supporting the 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group pose for a photo August 12, 2021. The division’s commodities planning team conducted a deep dive supportability assessment of all C-130 propeller component requirements supporting the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex on Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. (Courtesy photo by Jimmy Tran)
Sept. 13, 2021 - At Defense Logistics Agency Aviation at Warner Robins, Georgia, parts supportability is the highest priority. The teams there are responsible for making sure warfighter needs at the Air Force’s Air Logistic Complex on Robins Air Force Base are met with high quality materials and maintenance to keep critical aircraft like the Air Force C-130 transport plane in the air.

DLA Aviation employees remember 9/11: Juan Carlos Gachet
In commemoration of the terrorist attacks against the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, Defense Logistics Agency Aviation employees tell their stories of where they were and what they were doing that fateful day 20 years ago. Juan Carlos Gachet is a contract specialist at DLA Aviation in Richmond, Virginia. He is pictured at his home in Kileen, Texas in 2001 where he was serving as an active duty soldier at nearby Fort Hood, Texas. He deployed to Afghanistan four years later. (Photo courtesy of Juan Carlos Gachet 2001)
Sept. 11, 2021 - In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the Defense Logistics Agency Aviation Public Affairs Office is running a week-long series Sept. 6-11 telling the stories of DLA Aviation employees who remember where they were and what they were doing that fateful day.

DLA Aviation employees remember 9/11: Barry Haynes
In commemoration of the terrorist attacks against the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, Defense Logistics Agency employees share their stories of where they were and what they were doing that fateful day. Barry Haynes is the chief of the Planning and Support Division at DLA Aviation at San Diego. He was working as a civilian at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, on 9/11. He is pictured here that year with his Great Pyrenees, Alex, in Kananaskis Country (Alberta, Canada) outside Banff National Park.  (Photo courtesy of Barry Haynes 2001)
Sept. 10, 2021 - In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the Defense Logistics Agency Aviation Public Affairs Office is running a week-long series Sept 6-11 sharing the stories of DLA Aviation employees who remember where they were and what they were doing that fateful day.