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DLA Joint Reserve Force leaders focus on integration during Annual Leadership Review
Participants in the DLA Joint Reserve Force Annual Leadership Review pose for a photo at the McNamara Headquarters Complex March 16. The ALR focused on integration and communication. Photo by Air Force Tech. Sgt. Zachary Wolf
March 25, 2019 - More than 90 DLA Joint Reserve Force members gathered at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, for the Annual Leadership Review March 15-17.

DLA Disposition Services News

Excess equipment provides aid in Nebraska floods
Stranded hospital staff and family members are loaded into a former military truck to be transported home, away from flood waters in Fremont, Nebraska.  After the emergency is over the truck will be converted for use in firefighting and then issued to a volunteer fire department.
March 21, 2019 - As the flood waters rose in Nebraska, equipment provided by DLA Disposition Services was used to rescue people from the flood waters.

Having their pi and eating it too
Don Phillips, DLA Installation Support at Battle Creek site director, uses a treadmill in the Federal Center’s Fitness Center to complete his run.
March 20, 2019 - Runners from the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center and Battle Creek’s Michigan Air National Guard Base tracked the numbers in their time March 14 as they honored one of world’s most famous numbers -- 3.14.

Former Air Force computers serve Alabama students
Students using the Science Lab use the computers for their research projects.
March 14, 2019 - Computers that once supported airmen at Maxwell Air Force Base continue to help users soar as they help educate students in Prattville, Alabama.

Bringing back the bees
Adam Ingrao, from the Michigan State University Extension Office, describes the Heroes to Hives program.
March 7, 2019 - Active duty military members, veterans and spouses gathered at the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center March 6 to learn how they could help battle a threat, not to national security, but to the nation’s bee population.