A team of U.S. Navy Sailors and Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services civilians recently completed a two-week Contingency Overseas Readiness Exercise on the Pacific island of Guam.
Demilitarization denies adversarial access to potentially valuable equipment in surplus market.
A select group of search and rescue medics proved that “practice makes perfect” still applies to training. The medics made use of demilitarized CH-46 helicopters to practice SAR techniques creating a realistic training experience.
The removal of 20,000 lbs. of inert munitions and range residue will help trainers provide a safer, more realistic place to prepare for combat.
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.

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Business process analysts help keep DLA procurement systems humming
Defense Logistics Agency business process analysts pose for a group photo.
July 14, 2021 - Business process analysts throughout DLA ensure the dozens of systems acquisition specialists use to make almost 10,000 buys daily are running smoothly.

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DLA Disposition Services COREX team demonstrates “Semper Gumby” philosophy
Dwight Minke a property disposal specialist with DLA Disposition Services assembles an Alaska Small Shelter as part of the Contingency Overseas Readiness Exercise on the Pacific island of Guam. The shelter would act as living quarters for the COREX team if they deployed to an area without billeting options.
July 20, 2021 - A team of U.S. Navy Sailors and Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services civilians recently completed a two-week Contingency Overseas Readiness Exercise on the Pacific island of Guam. The team was able to deploy the Expeditionary Site Set equipment but challenges with some of the equipment began to present themselves.

DLA Disposition Services naval officer promoted to lieutenant commander
Navy Lt. Edward Arca was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander during a small ceremony at Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center on July 6.
July 19, 2021 - Navy Lt. Edward Arca was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander during a small ceremony at Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center on July 6.

COREX team in Guam assist Navy command with excess items
Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services Contingency Overseas Readiness Exercise team members Jason Evans a property disposal specialist from DLA Disposition Services site at Hill Air Force Base and Navy Petty Officer First Class Michael Marbut investigate excess equipment that the Navy communications command asked for assistance in turning.
July 15, 2021 - For most, summer means vacations, but for the Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services Contingency Overseas Readiness Exercise team it means training. The team deployed to Guam to demonstrate how they could support the warfighter with a prepositioned Expeditionary Site Set in a forward location.

Gimcheon site destroys 60+ Army ambulances
What used to be M977A3 armored ambulances used by the U.S. Army in South Korea are now a pile of undiscernible scrap metal after being demilitarized at DLA Disposition Services Gimcheon in 2021.
July 14, 2021 - Demilitarization denies adversarial access to potentially valuable equipment in surplus market

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