Annual training for expeditionary civilians and DLA reserve military members is underway at pop-up property disposal sites in Michigan and Guam.
Davis was killed while on deployment to Afghanistan in 2015. Family members and DLA leadership and staff gathered to help memorialize her at Camp Atterbury in Indiana June 3.
DLA Disposition Services has begun the process of shuttering 35 field offices to keep pace with ongoing defense reduction directives. DLA expects to complete all closings before October 2022.
Personnel in Michigan are providing money-saving heavy-lift capability to a deactivating Marine Corps Bridge Company that came to DLA’s aid in the past.
The Training and Operations Simulation Center has provided countless hours of hands-on and classroom instruction to aspiring reverse logisticians from around the world.

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Nuclear enterprise, process improvement champion to be inducted into DLA Hall of Fame
Air Force Lt. Gen. Andy Busch, the Defense Logistics Agency’s 18th director and only the second one to have served in three different assignments at DLA, is a member of the 2020 DLA Hall of Fame.
June 11, 2021 - Former DLA Director Air Force Lt. Gen. Andy Busch, who was best known for reaffirming the agency’s commitment to the nuclear enterprise, is among nine new inductees into the 2020 DLA Hall of Fame. 

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COREX trains disposition pros near and far
Disposal Services Representative Jose Perea, from the DLA Disposition Services site in Barstow, California, directs excess furniture to a yard for soon-to-be scrap items during COREX '21 in Battle Creek, Mich. Perea is part of a team charged with constructing and manning a full-service expeditionary property disposal site as preparation for downrange work. Another COREX team will operate from Guam through most of June.
June 11, 2021 - Annual training for expeditionary civilians and DLA reserve military members is underway at pop-up property disposal sites in Michigan and Guam.

Expeditionary training facility dedicated to former DLA employee Krissie K. Davis
The family of Krissie K. Davis and DLA Director Vice Adm. Michelle Skubic pose for a group picture in front of the sign for Krissie K. Davis Administration and Operations Building 349 at Camp Atterbury in Indiana. Davis was one of four civilians and one soldier honored during a ceremony July 3.
June 9, 2021 - Davis was killed while on deployment to Afghanistan in 2015. DLA leaders and family members gathered to help memorialize her at Indiana's Camp Atterbury June 3.

Colorado Springs employee recognized
Colorado-based Material Identifier and Examiner Justin Herburger is Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services Employee of the Quarter of the 2nd quarter of fiscal 2021.
June 2, 2021 - Justin Herburger named Employee of the Quarter.

USMC gets a lift in Battle Creek
A DLA Disposition Services operator uses a Rough Terrain Container Handler to place a section of floating bridge onto a flatbed trailer near Fort Custer in Michigan May 24. The effort helped a nearby Marine Corps company and provided video footage for DLA material equipment handling training products.
May 26, 2021 - Personnel in Michigan are getting a quality training opportunity while providing money-saving heavy-lift capability to a deactivating Marine Corps Bridge Company that came to DLA’s aid in the past.

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