DLA Headquarters Recent News

Employee helps pay Prince William County families’ school lunch debt
L-R, The nonprofit's founder joins the Coles Elementary School principal and two board members as they pose with a check presented to school children at Coles Elementary School in Manassas, Va., Dec. 20, 2019. Courtesy photo
July 13, 2020 - Defense Logistics Agency Information Operations employee Debbie Roulier also serves as a board member and social media coordinator for a nonprofit organization that pays off school lunch debt for families in Prince William County, Virginia.

Joint Reserve Force Recent News

Afghanistan disposal mission continues amid COVID-19 challenges
Navy Petty Officer Second Class Alejandro Garcia joins his fellow reservists practice social distancing along with their small arms skills during familiarization and practice training during their deployment supporting DLA Disposition Services operations in Afghanistan.
April 24, 2020 - Dozens of reservists and civilian employees supporting Defense Logistics Agency operations in Afghanistan are maintaining critical defense missions during the coronavirus pandemic.

Keeping disposal safe with inspections
Navy Petty Officer Second Class Jhunar Medenilla, a new PACE member, performs an ammo abatement inspection on a vehicle during his recent deployment to DLA Disposition Services site at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan.
Dec. 30, 2019 - Some things you absolutely have to get right because mistakes can be too costly. Making sure vehicles turned-in for disposal do not contain any hidden surprises is one of those things.

Expeditionary leaders meet in Battle Creek
Navy Capt. Orlando Lorié, (seated at head of table) new joint team leader for DLA Disposition Services, welcomes attendees to the annual Expeditionary Force Leadership Huddle.
Dec. 12, 2019 - As many prepare for the holidays, military reserve leaders and civilian staff who support Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services prepared for the future as they conducted their annual Expeditionary Force Leadership Huddle Dec. 6 to 8.

DLA Joint Reserve Force’s Audit Task Force commander retires following 32 years of service
Navy Rear Adm. Deborah Haven, commander of the Defense Logistics Agency Joint Reserve Force and the agency’s Audit Task Force, is presented with the Defense Superior Service Medal by DLA Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell K. Williams during her retirement ceremony in the Operations Center Auditorium September 6 at the Defense Supply Center Columbus.
Sept. 10, 2019 - Navy Rear Adm. Deborah Haven celebrated 32 years of military service during a retirement ceremony in the Operations Center Auditorium September 6 at the Defense Supply Center Columbus, where she previously completed 29 years of Federal Service as a civilian logistician. In her final assignment, Haven served as the DLA Joint Reserve Force’s Audit Task Force commander. Haven, a native of Philadelphia, is an alumnus of The University of Maryland and holds a Master of Business Administration from LaSalle University in Philadelphia. Haven stated she joined the Navy after falling in love with logistics in college and wanted to be part of the military’s vast, global mission.

JRF joins team at OCORT 2019
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Donald Day, Defense Logistics Agency Joint Reserve Force material supply noncommissioned officer, guides a shredder into position to destroy office chairs during the Overseas Contingency Operations Readiness Training exercise in Battle Creek, Mich., June 14, 2019.OCORT prepares military and civilian agency personnel for constructing and manning portable disposal sites that can be shipped and used nearly anywhere in the world. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech Sgt. Zachary Wolf)
June 23, 2019 - The Defense Logistics Agency Joint Reserve Force brings unique skillsets and assistance to DLA as a whole. This week, reserve personnel from the JRF joined forces with other military and civilians to take part in the Overseas Contingency Operations Readiness Training exercise at two different military installations in Battle Creek, Michigan. The exercise started June 10 and finished June 21.

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The mission of the Joint Reserve Force is to provide DLA with a trained, ready and available joint force for contingency operations, operational support, surge support, and contingency planning. Our objective is to develop an organization of highly skilled, multi-functional, joint logistics professionals who understand all aspects of DLA operations and customer service.



We are the Joint Reserve Force of the Defense Logistics Agency. We are Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps reservists working together to support the DLA mission world-wide. We are a high-performing, customer-focused, globally responsive force. DLA prides itself in being the "source behind the force." The source includes more than 650 reservists - Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines - assigned to nearly every DLA organization across the United States, including Hawaii, and Europe.



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