DLA Philadelphia is currently operating in a Phase 0 status, utilizing maximum telework due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This operating status is for the purpose of reducing the physical presence in our workspaces to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19. Unless specifically directed to physically report to the worksite for duty, telework-ready employees with current telework agreements in place are expected to telework their regularly scheduled workday, or request appropriate leave. Non-telework-ready employees not required and/or directed to be onsite to perform mission essential/critical work will be placed on weather and safety leave, or may request other leave, as appropriate. The primary source for employees for all agency information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic response, including DLA Director guidance on telework and other leave/scheduling options, is www.dla.mil/coronavirus. Posted February 18, 2021 at 6:17 p.m.

DLA Troop Support

Former Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Clothing and Textiles Deputy Director Keith Ford earns a place in the 2022 DLA Hall of Fame.
A promotional print poster advertising the Navy Uniform Matters Office's Maternity Pilot Program (MPP). Representatives from Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support’s Clothing and Textiles supply chain visited the Navy Exchange Service Command South East Distribution Center in Pensacola, Florida, July 13, to learn about the service’s best practices implementing the MPP (Graphic created by Communication Specialist 1st Class Jeanette M. Mullinax).
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Michael Rodriguez, from Spring, Texas, assigned to the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74), organizes pharmacy medication on the floating accommodation facility, in Newport News, Virginia, May 17, 2022. A Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Medical team awarded a next generation pharmaceuticals prime vendor contract, on July 14, that will provide additional benefits to military customers and their dependents. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass...
Army Brig. Gen. Eric P. Shirley, Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support commander passes the unit colors to the incoming commander, symbolizing that Army Lt. Col. Fermin Gonzales Jr. has taken command of DLA Troop Support Europe & Africa during a ceremony June 17 in Kaiserslautern, Germany.
To celebrate Flag Day, June 14, The DLA Troop Support Flag Room team demonstrated the making of the presidential flag to visitors at the Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia. The Flag Room is the sole producer of the presidential and vice presidential flags, and its staff are considered the “Betsy Ross of the 21st century,” for their patriotic flag making.


The Subsistence supply chain provides food support for the military all over the world.

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Clothing & Textiles

The C&T supply chain provides clothing, textiles and equipment.

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The Medical supply chain supports America’s military every day and in every crisis.

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Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC turns recruits into Marines. Food is the fuel that helps recruits stay healthy for the demands of rigorous training. Team DLA is proud to provide high quality food to these recruits as they face the challenges of boot camp. Semper Fi!

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Troop Support | Aug. 26, 2022

Troop Support honors Women’s Equality Day with visit from historic right...

The Defense logistics Agency Troop Support held its annual Women’s Equality Day event August 10, where guest speaker and historical reenactor Kim Hanley portrayed women’s rights and suffrage activist Elizabeth Cady Stanton and spoke about her life.

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2022 DLA Hall of Fame inductee: Keith Ford

Keith Ford is a member of the 2022 Defense Logistics Agency Hall of Fame.