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DLA maintains management of medical material despite 1998 DoDIG recommendations
KINGS BAY, Ga. (April 24, 2019) – Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Rachel Grace, a pharmacy technician at Naval Branch Health Clinic Kings Bay, reaches for a medication. provided by the Defense Logistics Agency. Photo by Jacob Sippel
July 17, 2019 - In 1961, when the Defense Logistics Agency was established, three organizations managed medical material for the federal government. Today, DLA Troop Support's medical supply chain supports America’s military ensuring their basic and critical medical and pharmaceutical needs are met.

DLA Disposition Services News

Excess military computers go to school in Texas
John Luedke is the director of technology for the school district in Mart, Texas. His participation in the DOD Computers for learning program has put a military excess IPad or laptop in to the hands of each high school student in the district.
July 10, 2019 - The technology director at the school district in Mart, Texas, has put military hardware into the hands of all his high schools students, thanks to DLA Disposition Services and its DOD Computers for learning program.

Tour showcases agency support for deployed forces
Navy Lt. Cmdr. Steven Harrell, officer-in-charge for DLA Disposition Services in Afghanistan, and Coleen Jewell, area manager, explain mobile expeditionary disposition capabilities and current planning efforts to Marine Brig. Gen. Brian Wolford, the new Bagram Airfield commander, and Army Col. David Raugh, the new Area Support Group-Afghanistan commander.  Pictured from left to right of  Harrell and Jewell are Craig Barrett, outgoing area manager; Jose Montanez, Bagram site chief, Rick Mann, property disposal specialist; Raugh and Wolford.
July 8, 2019 - Two incoming commanders were shown how the Defense Logistics Agency supports their forces during a recent tour at Bagram, Afghanistan.

Excess tents offer new shelter for teens in youth program
One of the four 20 by 30 foot wall tents the US Forest Service obtained from DLA Disposition Services offers housing for the Youth Conservation Corps at the Coronado National Forest in southern Arizona.
July 2, 2019 - Tents provided by DLA Disposition Services’ Reutilization, Transfer and Donation Program are now keeping a new educational program going in the Coronado National Forest in southern Arizona.

Excess equipment helps deputies battle the elements
Deputies use their Humvee to travel Dobson Chapel Rd. during Hurricane Matthew.
June 25, 2019 - Not far from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune lies a county where the sheriff's deputies there also train to serve in "every clime" like their Marine neighbors with some help from the excess military vehicles and equipment they obtain with help from the Defense Logistics Agency.