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DSA supports Cuban Missile Crisis 1 year after founding
A U.S. Navy P2V Neptune flies over a Soviet freighter Oct. 27, 1962, during the height of the blockade during the Cuban Missile Crisis. National Archives and Records Administration photo
Oct. 21, 2019 - By quickly responding during to the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Defense Supply Agency proved itself as the nation’s preeminent source of combat logistics.

DLA Troop Support News

Subsistence, USDA partnership sets new high for schools receiving fresh produce
Two students proceed through the lunch line at Sayre School District in Pennsylvania. This school is one of the 45,000 schools that receives fresh fruits and vegetables through a partnership between DLA Troop Support and the USDA National School Lunch program. (Photo by Shawn Jones)
Oct. 22, 2019 - When the Department of Defense Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program started in 1995, school districts in only eight states signed on with the partnership effort. By the end of fiscal 2019, the DOD Fresh program has grown to include districts nationwide, reaching record numbers of participants at the start of this school year.

Employees ‘G.I.V.E.’ back to local students through reading, math
Ryan McLeod, DLA Troop Support Project G.I.V.E. coordinator, center, holds a cake and poses with students and tutors during the Project G.I.V.E. pizza party at the Benjamin Franklin Elementary School Oct. 1, 2019 in Philadelphia. Project G.I.V.E. is a volunteer community outreach program where employees spend one hour every other week tutoring students on reading and math.
Oct. 21, 2019 - The Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support started its annual Project Government and Industry Volunteers for Education tutoring program Oct. 15 to help Benjamin Franklin Elementary School third grade students improve in reading and math.

Small Business Office has big impact on nation’s industry
Tyrone Lyles, Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support AbilityOne and UNICOR program manager, left, speaks with a business owner during one of many outreach events attended by the Small Business Office throughout the year.
Oct. 15, 2019 - In fiscal 2019, the Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support hit a milestone, making $19.1 billion in

Troop Support Leadership Academy: build trust and strive for excellence
Ray Miller, former DLA Troop Support Subsistence supply chain deputy director and keynote speaker for Troop Support Leadership Academy Oct. 8, 2019, in Philadelphia, speaks to employees with leadership aspirations. Miller told attendees that trust and a drive for excellence were two of the defining characteristics of a leader during the three-day course aimed at providing employees the tools they need to grow into supervisory and leadership positions.
Oct. 11, 2019 - The Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Leadership Academy, held Oct. 8-10, educated attendees on leadership topics ranging from Equal Employment Opportunity to human resources processes and ethics. The program also included information, resources and messages focused on building trust and striving for excellence.

Town Hall focuses on fiscal 2019 achievements and future changes
DLA Troop Support Commander Army Brig. Gen. Gavin Lawrence addresses the workforce at a town hall event Oct. 2, 2019 in Philadelphia. Lawrence discussed the accomplishments of the past fiscal year and changes and expectations of the next. Photo by Ed Maldonado
Oct. 7, 2019 - A milestone fiscal 2019 and upcoming changes were highlighted during the Defense Logistics Agency