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Learn more about what DLA Europe & Africa provides to the warfighter through a YouTube playlist featuring their support to exercises and their logistics support in action at several military installations.
 

DLA Europe & Africa serves as the Defense Logistics Agency's operationalized Regional Command Headquarters supporting U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command Areas of Operation (AOR). DLA Europe & Africa proactively integrates and synchronizes DLA’s Global Readiness Solutions to ensure EUCOM, AFRICOM, and Service Component Warfighter Capability.

As the Nation’s Combat Logistic Support Agency’s forward single headquarters supporting EUCOM and AFRICOM AORs, DLA Europe & Africa provides the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, federal agencies, and partner and allied Nations with the full spectrum of logistics, acquisition, and technical services within an increasingly complex geographic environment that includes 55.8 million square miles covering 104 Nations.

Postured forward and supported by DLA’s six Major Subordinate Commands - DLA Aviation, DLA Troop Support, DLA Energy, DLA Distribution, DLA Disposition, DLA Land and Maritime - DLA Europe & Africa is prepared to sustain warfighter readiness and lethality by delivering proactive global logistics in peace and war.

With a dedicated, agile workforce that is forward and engaged throughout Europe and Africa, DLA Europe & Africa leverages strong partnerships with the Joint Logistics Enterprise, Inter-Agency, Industry, and partner and Allied Nations to serve the Warfighter and our Nation!

 

Europe & Africa News

E&A team continues support in Norway in 2020
Material Examiner & Identifier Johannes Arnold offloads a truck with some of the $8.5 million in equipment the U.S. Marine Corps turned in from its stores in Norway during 2020.
Dec. 17, 2020 - Despite pandemic restrictions and challenges, DLA Disposition Services Europe and Africa collected $8.5 million in retrograde equipment from Marine Corps NATO stores.

DLA Europe & Africa celebrates Air Force's 73rd birthday
From left to right, Airman Darcy Nguyen, 86th Logistics Readiness Squadron; Lt. Col. Matthew Berridge, DLA Europe & Africa military deputy commander; and Melissa Johnson, DLA Europe & Africa operations officer, cut a cake in honor of the Air Force's 73rd birthday Sept. 18 at Kleber Kaserne in Kaiserslautern, Germany.
Sept. 18, 2020 - Service members and civilians with DLA Europe & Africa celebrated the Air Force’s 73rd birthday Sept. 18.

Property reuse pros place 755 fridges in new homes
Excess refrigerators are prepared for shipment from the DLA Disposition Services office in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Property disposal personnel found destinations for 755 Army-purchased units in under a month.
Aug. 31, 2020 - There’ll be no appliances left behind with DLA Disposition Services on the case.

DLA expands food support to North Atlantic during NATO exercise
The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Roosevelt (DDG 80) patrols in the North Atlantic Ocean June 25, 2020. DLA Troop Support Europe & Africa delivered food to the destroyer during its port visit in Iceland while it participated in the NATO exercise Dynamic Mongoose 2020. Photo by Navy Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Austin G. Collins
July 20, 2020 - The USS Roosevelt's port visit in Iceland was an opportunity for the customer support team at DLA Troop Support Europe & Africa to coordinate food supply deliveries for the ship.

DLA provides medical equipment to support coronavirus relief in Italy
Medical donation items from the Defense Department on display at A.S.L. Napoli 1, the largest hospital in Italy's Campania region June 25. About 80 equipment items came from the Defense Logistics Agency's stock of used and excess property in Kaiserslautern, Germany and donated via the Defense Security Cooperation Agency's Humanitarian Assistance Program office.
July 16, 2020 - Excess health care equipment like monitors, infusion pumps, aspirators and scopes were donated to Naples area hospitals in June.

Property, waste disposal effort grows in Poland
Used material like waste fuel, oil filters, antifreeze and lead acid batteries are removed from an Army training site in Poland. Waste items produced by standard U.S. military vehicle training events across Europe are regularly handled through DLA Disposition Services Europe & Africa hazardous waste disposal contracts.
June 25, 2020 - Major exercises in Eastern Europe mean regular engagements for DLA Disposition Services personnel supporting rotational forces in Poland.