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DLA supports DoD mission at Travis AFB
Carlos Castro of DLA Document Services prepares to cut posters at Travis Air Force Base, California, Feb. 7. The facility provides a variety of printing services to federal agencies and government offices. Photo by Air Force Tech. Sgt. James Hodgman
Feb. 15, 2019 - DLA Document Services offers printing services for everything from outdoor signs to aircraft logos at Travis Air Force Base, California.

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DLA Aviation Black History Month Spotlight: Meia Barnes
The Defense Logistics Agency Aviation Black History Month Spotlight recognizes Meia Barnes, a quality assurance product specialist within DLA Aviation’s Supplier Operations Commodities Directorate’s Aviation and Airframes Division. She’s worked at Aviation for 3.5 years.
Feb. 13, 2019 - The Defense Logistics Agency Aviation Black History Month Spotlight recognizes Meia Barnes, a quality assurance product specialist within DLA Aviation’s Supplier Operations Commodities Directorate’s Aviation and Airframes Division.

Virginia welcomes first female infantry officer
The Virginia National Guard’s first female infantry officer, 1st Lt. Candice Bowen, graduates from the Infantry Basic Officer Course Feb. 1, 2019, at Fort Benning, Georgia. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Terra C. Gatti)
Feb. 12, 2019 - (Editor’s Note:  The story below is reposted from Va. National Guard news, Issue #3, 2019

Honoring Black History Month: Air Force Maj. Gen. Rufus Billups, first African-American DGSC commander
Air Force Maj. Gen. Rufus Billups was the first African-American commander of Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Virginia. Billups, a brigadier general at the time, served from 1975-78. At the time, he was also the first African-American commander at a major government installation in the South. Billups passed away Jan. 30, 1996. He was inducted into the Defense Logistics Agency Aviation Hall of Fame in 2006.
Feb. 11, 2019 - Along a stretch of wall on the first floor of the Operations Center on Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia are the photos of the past 31 commanders.

Honoring Black History Month: African-American slave cemetery on grounds of DSCR
The remains of six African-American slaves are buried in a cemetery nestled within a small, gated area on Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia. the remains were unearthed during the building of the Bettye Ackerman-Cobb Child Development Center in 1998 and re-interred a year later.
Feb. 7, 2019 - As you drive or walk around Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia, it’s easy to overlook a landmark site across the street from the Bettye Ackerman-Cobb Child Development Center. Inside a small, fenced in patch of earth are the remains of six African-Americans, three women and three men. They are believed to have been slaves.

NIB recognizes DLA Aviation employee at Training Conference and Expo
National Industries for the Blind’s President and Chief Executive Officer Kevin Lynch present a Department of Defense Customer Appreciation Award to Michelle Turner-Walden, deputy chief, Cables and Electrical Components Division, Defense Logistics Agency Aviation during their 2018 Training Conference and Exposition in Arlington, Virginia, Nov. 13 – 16, 2018. (Photo by 
Jason Putsche` Photography, LLC)
Feb. 5, 2019 - The National Industries for the Blind held their 2018 Training Conference and Exposition in Arlington, Virginia, Nov. 13 - 16 and recognized Defense Logistics Agency Aviation’s Michelle Turner-Walden.

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