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Aug. 30, 2021

Security measures to be satisfied prior to travel

When planning a trip, all Defense Department employees and DOD contractors need to ensure they comply with instructions in DODI 2000.16-V1 Antiterrorism Standards,

Aug. 9, 2021

Seek shelter, shelter-in-place and lockdown: knowing the difference can save lives

During actual emergencies and in emergency y exercises, employees on Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia, may receive emergency messages and warnings through several modes of communication including computer pop up messages, and texts and phone calls, and even through speaker systems located both inside and outside of buildings across the installation.

Aug. 2, 2021

Security officials remind employees to be vigilant

In the United States, the workplace has been the primary target of terrorism. From the events of 9-11 that targeted the World Trade Center and the Pentagon to the active shooter events at Fort Hood, Texas, there is a need to be prepared.

March 6, 2020

DLA Distribution conducts antiterrorism exercise as part of required training

DLA Distribution staff and installation police officers conducted required antiterrorism training during a random security screening. It was a chance for staff and security, both, to assess their capabilities as required.

Aug. 9, 2019

Get to Know the ATO

DLA Land and Maritime welcomes the new Antiterrorism Officer to DSCC. Jared Kocsis joined the team August 4.

Oct. 30, 2018

Force Protection Conditions - A Tutorial

As you are driving into the installation or walk into an entrance to a building, you may have noticed that we are at FPCON B and wonder what that really means to you.

Sept. 11, 2018

Exercise tests first responders, HQC workforce in reacting to shooter, bomber

A Sept. 6 exercise at the McNamara Headquarters Complex tested the readiness of first responders, along with the workforce of DLA and other HQC agencies, as they responded to a mock event involving about 100 volunteer actors, police officers and others.

June 29, 2018

Keep alertness high along with patriotic spirit this July 4

Each year many DLA employees and family members attend Fourth of July celebrations across this great country, as well as celebrations in overseas locations. While there are no credible or specific threats, staying aware of your surroundings can help you have a safe celebration.

May 26, 2017

This Memorial Day, reflect and remember — but also be vigilant

Given the recent suicide bombing in Manchester, United Kingdom, Defense Logistics Agency employees are urged to be vigilant in large public gatherings. Look out for any person whose behavior, demeanor or belongings seem unusual, and report them to law enforcement.

Oct. 3, 2016

Fair emphasizes emergency readiness at work, home

Defense Logistics Agency Installation Support at Richmond, Virginia’s Security and Emergency Services Division held a Preparedness Fair closing out National Preparedness Month Sept. 28 during the lunch rush at the Defense Supply Center Richmond cafeteria.