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DLA Disposition Services’ expeditionary team puts excess property in its place
When it’s time to dispose of excess property quickly, contact DLA Disposition Services and “deploy the dog.” Photo by Nutan Chada
Sept. 20, 2019 - DLA Disposition Services disposes of excess property around the world. The military services partner with DLA at the strategic level, allowing the mission to thrive.

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Surplus uniforms help history come alive for middle schoolers
Schoolteachers pose during a recent training session with the Living History Education Foundation. Using U.S. Army Revolutionary-era uniforms and military items donated via DLA Disposition Services, the foundation helps history instructors plan immersive lessons and borrow equipment to help students better understand historic events like the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Sept. 18, 2019 - Donated used items from the U.S. Army’s Old Guard help teachers and youngsters reenact Revolutionary-era America in the Northeast.

Agency helps community prepare for the storm
Horry County Police officers secure load the tents they obtained from DLA Disposition Services for hurricane preparations before heading back to South Carolina.
Sept. 12, 2019 - As Hurricane Dorian approached, police officers from South Carolina received excess military tents and other items to prepare for the worst with help from the Defense Logistics Agency.

Agency and Marine Corps partner to move an “iron mountain”
Gunnery Sgt. Michael E. Longoria, 2ND Marine Force Storage Battalion, Marine Force Storage Command, conducts a joint inspection with Mr. James Ogden, disposal service representative, DLA Disposition Services, while at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia, August 2019. Marine Corps Logistics Command and DLA are working together to dispose of thousands of obsolete pieces of equipment in support of the Marine Corps’ Equipment Optimization Plan.
Sept. 4, 2019 - Changing operational needs means keeping up with the latest equipment and getting rid of what’s obsolete and unserviceable, and Marines have been working hard with the Defense Logistics Agency to do so over the past 18 months.

“Rosies” remembered for helping usher greater equality
The stories of WWII-era working women were recently produced and portrayed in commemoration of Women’s Equality Day by DLA’s Renelle Hansen, Elli Blonde, Angel Morgan, Robin Rogers (top row), Tina Lilly, Stacy Marsala, Zoe Orchel (bottom row) and others in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Sept. 2, 2019 - Women laborers provided a key role in harnessing America’s full might during global conflict. DLA employees tell stories of the unsung who made critical contributions.