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DLA COVID-19 Support

DLA helps federal partners replenish national stockpile of personal protective equipment
U.S. Air Force Airmen 1st Class Brett Woods from the 158th Fighter Wing, Vermont Air National Guard, maneuvers a forklift at the Strategic National Stockpile warehouse in Colchester, Vermont, August 27, 2020. The Defense Logistics Agency is working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Health and Human Services to replenish the nearly depleted SNS with personal protective equipment as the nation continues responding to COVID-19.
Sept. 14, 2020 - The Defense Logistics Agency is working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Health and Human Services to replenish the nearly depleted Strategic National Stockpile with personal protective equipment as the nation continues responding to COVID-19.

Partner agencies receive $18 million in supplies during pandemic response
The Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services continues its support of pandemic response by supplying the armed forces and first responders with a variety of materials. Thus far, they have provided the military with $2,556,235 worth of items, law enforcement $2,111,418 and firefighters $1,510,873. There were enough items to fill 67 baseball stadiums based on capacity. Enough gloves for fans of more than six sold out basketball games, mask to run the length of 794 football fields and enough ventilators for all the players of two soccer teams.
Sept. 10, 2020 - As autumn approaches, DLA Disposition Services continues its support of pandemic response by supplying the armed forces and first responders with a variety of materials. “We’ve recently exceeded a total of $18 million in excess and surplus supplies and equipment provided to customers for COVID-19 relief efforts,” said DLA Disposition Services Director Mike Cannon.

DLA provides mobile hospitals to SOUTHCOM nations for COVID-19 response
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (Aug. 24, 2020) -- U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica Sharon Day delivered three field hospitals, purchased by U.S. Southern Command, to the Costa Rican government during an official donation ceremony Aug. 24, 2020. Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support has procured 24 mobile hospitals for SOUTHCOM to donate to 11 countries throughout the region. (Photos courtesy U.S. Embassy Costa Rica)
Sept. 9, 2020 - : Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support is providing 24 mobile hospitals to the U.S. Southern Command for distribution to 11 countries in its region in support of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

DLA liaison officer earns NORTHCOM trust, kudos
DLA Liaison Officer Ralph Laurie poses with an Army Civilian Service Commendation certificate, presented to him by NORTHCOM Sept. 1. Photo by Craig Dickinson, NORTHCOM.
Sept. 8, 2020 - Defense Logistics Agency Liaison Officer Ralph Laurie has spent most of his DLA career at the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command Headquarters in Colorado. During the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, he helped NORTHCOM return thousands of passengers stranded on cruise ships arriving from overseas.

DLA stores, distributes PPE for VA facilities ahead of potential virus spread in fall
Defense Logistics Agency Distribution is storing personal protective equipment for over 1,200 Department of Veterans Affairs’ health care facilities to ensure they have 120 days of personal protective equipment to face a potential fall outbreak of COVID-19. Photo by Matthew Mahoney
Sept. 2, 2020 - A Defense Logistics Agency and Veterans Health Administration partnership is ensuring over 1,200 Department of Veterans Affairs’ health care facilities nationwide have 120 days of personal protective equipment to face a potential fall outbreak of COVID-19.

DLA Troop Support buys antigen test kits for nation’s nursing homes
U.S. Army Sgt. Nathaniel C. Parsons, left, a combat medic specialist assigned to 112th Military Police Battalion, Mississippi Army National Guard, currently serving as a member of a COVID-19 outreach testing team, and Janet Moore, right, a registered nurse and the director of nursing at the Madison County Nursing Home, administer a COVID-19 test to a resident at the Madison County Nursing Home in Canton, Miss. The Defense Logistics Agency purchased over 3 million rapid “point-of-care” antigen tests Aug. 21 to distribute to over 14,000 nursing homes nationwide. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Spc. Jovi M. Prevot)
Aug. 27, 2020 - DLA Troop Support has purchased over 3 million antigen tests for distribution to nursing homes across the country to support the nation’s COVID-19 response.

July 28 Update

DLA Disposition Services’ locations are currently undergoing a phased reopening approach.

As each site completes its mission essential/mission critical work, it will revert to the manning level of the current Reconstitution phase.

At present, most CONUS locations are beginning Phase 1 or are at Phase 2 with minimal manning.  CONUS locations are following guidance from US Northern Command regarding their status.

It is imperative that before visiting a Disposition Services location, users contact their respective site beforehand and obtain any relevant information prior to their visit or scheduling an appointment. Site contact information can be found by using the site locator tool.

 

 

Reduced Operations

Effective 30 March 2020 all DLA Disposition Services sites will be operating under mission essential status. 

 

Operations under the mission essential status will consist of the following:

  • Continue to support local customers when all apply:

    • Their mission is impacted and concurred with local leadership

    • Customer is not delivering from a high risk area

The above guidance is subject to change depending on the contemporary operating environment as we continue to provide support to the Warfighter.

 

 

Updated Contact Information

We have updated some of our contact information for our sites.

If the site you are looking for isn't listed below, the contact information has not changed and can be found on our Find a Location page.

 

DLA Disposition Services Europe and Africa

  • Aviano: +39-334-668-8955
  • CLDJ: 311-824-6149 DSN
  • Germersheim: +49-0172-515-6320
  • Grafenwoehr: +49-0172-539-3342
  • Incirlik: +90-549-821-4541
  • Kaiserslautern: +49-0173-527-7856
  • Lajes: + 351-918-749-262
  • Molesworth: +44-744-472-4110
  • Rota: +34-648 846 170
  • Sigonella: +39-366-834-1095

DLA Disposition Services Mid-America

  • Colorado Springs
    • Hub: 858-431-6389
    • Ellsworth: 605-415-6415
    • Minot: 701-389-2774
  • Hood
    • Hub: 254-287-7763
    • Bliss: 915-568-8700
    • Dyess: 254-287-7763
  • Red River
    • Hub: 903-716-3823
  • Riley
    • Hub: 785-307-5057
    • Offutt: 402-619-8532
    • Whiteman: 417-217-4779
    • Snelling: 612-518-8650
  • San Antonio
    • Hub: 210-780-4907
    • Corpus: 210-780-4907
  • Sill
    • Hub: 580-442-4150 or 580-442-3415
    • Polk: 337-397-2925 or 337-718-5133
    • Oklahoma City: 405-855-3667

DLA Disposition Services North East

  • Aberdeen: 443-206-3098
  • Meade: 240-374-9298
  • Dix: 614-301-2810

 

DLA Disposition Services South East

  • Albany: 478-297-5161
  • Anniston CDD: 256-676-2526
  • Anniston Field Office: 256-676-2529
  • Blue Grass: 859-200-3042
  • Bragg: 910-748-5653
  • Campbell: 269-986-8909 or 843-214-8660
  • Cape Canaveral: 904-226-6787
  • Charleston: 843-963-7660
  • Cherry Point: 910-330-1795
  • Eglin: 903-826-2670
  • Fort Jackson: 513-773-8716
  • Gulfport: 903-826-2670
  • Huntsville: 256-690-7544
  • Jacksonville: 904-271-9181
  • Knox: 502-830-3904
  • Lejeune: 910-330-1795
  • Puerto Rico: 904-465-5898
  • Stewart: 912-255-2397
  • Warner: 478-342-9345