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Aug. 26, 2021

New video highlights Women’s History Day

Names of those who won women’s equality are lost to history, but the results of their actions are seen daily, the president of Federally Employed Women tells Defense Logistics Agency employees in a Women’s Equality Day video.

March 26, 2021

Mandatory LMS training addresses extremism

DLA civilians and service members are being asked to rededicate themselves to the oath they took upon entering public service in new mandatory training that addresses extremist and dissident ideologies within the Defense Department.

March 24, 2021

Mandatory LMS training addresses extremism

DLA civilians and service members are being asked to rededicate themselves to the oath they took upon entering public service in new mandatory training that addresses extremist and dissident ideologies within the Defense Department.

Jan. 30, 2019

African-American leaders made history at DLA predecessor agency

As DLA prepares to observe Black History Month, it’s a fitting time to learn about African-American leaders who made history at the agency in its early years.

Jan. 16, 2019

Actions to help others should be focus of Martin Luther King Jr. birthday, says nephew

Isaac Newton Farris Jr. remembers the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. as “Uncle M.L.,” his mother’s lighthearted younger brother, fond of bike rides and pranks. He also remembers two major themes his uncle would advocate for just as strongly today, he told an audience Jan. 16 in the McNamara Headquarters Complex.

Jan. 18, 2018

HQC employees honor King’s memory with focus on ‘Letter From a Birmingham Jail’

McNamara Headquarters Complex employees honored the memory and work of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 17 with a video recitation of one of his most prominent writings, the letter he wrote from a jail cell after being arrested in Birmingham, Alabama, April 12, 1963, on charges of violating laws against mass public demonstrations.