Dec. 13, 2018
2018 - What a Year!
COLUMBUS, Ohio —
Whether locally in the Metro Columbus area or at one of our detachments, DLA Land and Maritime believes in connecting with the community and making a positive impact. This is achieved with our business practices as well as through our people – the heart of our organization.
Oct. 11, 2018
DLA employee volunteers time to track, observe dangerous elements
Outside his work hours, a Defense Logistics Agency employee at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, volunteers in an activity that puts him in danger to provide valuable information to help his fellow Americans.
Jan. 10, 2018
Parents, children grateful for DLA holiday generosity via Adopt-a-Family
Thanks to the generosity of Defense Logistics Agency employees in the McNamara Headquarters Complex, 113 children from 37 families received Christmas gifts in 2017, as part of the annual DLA Adopt-a-Family program.
July 26, 2017
Annual Feds Feed Families campaign open through August
DLA headquarters employees can help make sure local families have enough to eat, by donating canned and packaged goods through August.
Jan. 9, 2017
Gratitude abounds for DLA Adopt-a-Family Program
Caregivers of children who participated in the 2016 Defense Logistics Agency Adopt-a-Family Program have profound gratitude for the gifts donated by employees in Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
Dec. 23, 2016
DLA volunteer bakers help USO bring cheer to staff working holidays; drivers wanted
Thanks to volunteers from the Defense Logistics Agency, installation support personnel working Dec. 24-25 at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, will have homemade cookies to let them know they’re appreciated.
Aug. 17, 2016
Troop Support NCOs keep kids active at Philly Play Summer Challenge
Local children climbed walls and crawled under trucks with help from noncommissioned officers at Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support and other military personnel during an active play event Aug. 10 in Northeast Philadelphia.
May 11, 2016
DLA employee team-building project serves community
Employees of the Defense Logistics Agency Disposal Policy and Compliance Division volunteered their time and logistics skills May 10 to help a local Virginia nonprofit — while fostering teamwork among their own group.