DLA CENTCOM & SOCOM

DLA CENTCOM & SOCOM integrates and synchronizes DLA enterprise operations in the USCENTCOM and USSOCOM areas of responsibility. The organization provides supported warfighters and the DLA enterprise with credible, reliable and timely information about DLA capabilities and warfighter requirements. DLA CENTCOM & SOCOM provides command and control over the DLA organizations, warfighter support representatives, and liaison officers in the USCENTCOM AOR and in support of USSOCOM missions.

LEADERS

Col., U.S Army Gerard Acosta
Commander, DLA CENTCOM & SOCOM
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Kenneth D. Morris
Deputy Commander, DLA CENTCOM & SOCOM
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CENTCOM & SOCOM News
Disposition Services | June 16, 2021

Disposition Services Central director wraps up tour of duty

Lt. Col. Jason Logan’s tour as Disposition Services Director of Central Region comes to an end.

Enterprisewide | May 5, 2021

DLA CENTCOM & SOCOM employee champions women’s causes through pageantry

Andrea Forester from DLA CENTCOM & SOCOM will compete for the Mrs. U.S. Continental title in June with the goal of helping women gain economic independence and personal growth through nonprofits like Dress for Success and EmpowHERment.

Enterprisewide | March 16, 2021

New approach helps avoid backlogs

The Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services site at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, cleared a hurdle Feb. 28 when the last two mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles from a large backlog were cut up for disposal.

Enterprisewide | Feb. 22, 2021

Afghan operations making milestones

Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services employees have been serving in Afghanistan in support of U.S. forces deployed there and noted significant milestones for DLA in the past few weeks.

Enterprisewide | Feb. 15, 2021

Battle Creek team helps equip Central operations

Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services employees at global sites often count on colleagues in Battle Creek, Michigan, to ensure essential equipment they need like the team who helps keep the specialized equipment site staffs rely on getting to