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April 29, 2019

Columbus handles equipment training

Five area employees are working toward advanced MHE certification.

April 26, 2019

Shred Day – Protect your identity…and the planet

DSCC will host a free Shred Day event May 15 for installation associates from 7 - 10:30 a.m. The event offers easy drive-up and drop-off services for bulk document shredding in the parking lot of Building 330, located west of the MWR tennis courts near the Yearling Road Gate.

April 26, 2019

The next generation learns about DLA

Kids got to see first-hand how DLA Land and Maritime associates often have to adapt to changing requirements when the weather required other plans for Take Your Kid to Work Day activities April 25. DLA Land and Maritime associates and their children gathered in the auditorium, many were excited to be on the installation for the first time, others curious as to what happens at their parents or grandparents work place, but a consensus from all were they were happier to be here with their loved ones rather than at school.

April 25, 2019

DLA Director: Agency contributions to warfighter readiness rising

Increases in material availability for the services and a call from the Department of Defense to take on warehousing and disposal of parts for the F-35 Lightning II are achievements Defense Logistics Agency employees can take pride in, the DLA director said April 24 in a Global Town Hall.

April 25, 2019

DLA Portsmouth associates participate in Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month activities

DLA Land and Maritime Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Coordinator Shari Murnahan and Penny Copp, an Equal Employment Office specialist, visited DLA Portsmouth in New Hampshire April 24. The visit focused on providing information and resources to Portsmouth associates through in-person training sessions, leadership and community partner updates and a Walk-a-Lap awareness event.

April 25, 2019

Bringing your landscape to life!

When the first settlers came to North America they brought with them plants from their homeland that they knew and loved. The daffodils, foxgloves and day lilies became known as ‘ornamentals’ and the native plants became stigmatized as ‘weeds’ because they were plentiful. This tradition has continued to the present day. However, the native plants have evolved alongside the birds, butterflies and other native wildlife for centuries.

April 24, 2019

Pass and ID associate trades in badge for retirement

Harvellia Thomas, known to her coworkers as Harvey, retires after 30 years of government service April 30. She started her civil service career at Ft. Knox as a recreation assistant with the MWR Fitness Center, then transferred to DSCC where she developed quite a following for her fitness classes.

April 24, 2019

Suspect letter table top exercise at DSCC

DSCC Security and Emergency Services facilitated the fiscal year 2019 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High Yield Explosive Table Top Exercise in conjunction with April’s PrepareAthon on April 19.

April 23, 2019

DSCC recognized for Tree City USA designation

DSCC and its Environmental Division was recognized for its efforts on creating a greener community and improving the installation’s urban forest April 18.

April 23, 2019

DSCC associates took steps against violence

DSCC associates took an active approach in supporting Sexual Assault and Prevention and Response Month by participating in a 5K awareness run/walk event April 18.