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Memorial Day: Remember, Honor
Across the nation, people will visit cemeteries, attend memorial tributes and participate in parades as a way of honoring and remembering those service members’ sacrifices.
May 23, 2019 - Memorial Day honoring those who died in service to the Nation.

DLA Disposition Services News

Sun Tzu, woodwind quintets and a Texas high school band
Members of the U.S. Army Band Woodwind Quintet, one of the Army’s premiere chamber ensembles.
May 23, 2019 - The Texas State Agency for Surplus Property reached a big milestone recently thanks to excess items acquired through the Defense Logistics Agency.

Community shares cultural lessons at special event
Taiko drummers educate their audience on their 2,000-year-old musical art form, which includes choreographed movements that mirror Japanese martial arts.
May 9, 2019 - The Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center echoed with the booming sounds of taiko drums and shouts in Japanese as members of the workforce embraced a 2,000 year-old culture during an Asian Pacific Heritage Month program event.

Excess items avoid landfill to help people in need
A variety of chairs await transport from the DLA Disposition Services site in Bahrain to the local Red Crescent Society where they will help those in need.
May 6, 2019 - It took more than luck to complete a long and challenging donation process to provide excess items to Bahrain’s Red Crescent Society, but the charity’s local leaders recently wished good fortune on Defense Logistics Agency employees there for extra efforts from agency employees to provide support.

Agency supports East African relief efforts
The World Food Programme, the food-assistance branch of the United Nations, transports relief supplies by helicopter from Beira Airport to Bebedo, Mozambique, April 8, 2019, during humanitarian relief efforts in the Republic of Mozambique and surrounding areas following Cyclone Idai. Teams from Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, which is leading U.S. Department of Defense support to relief efforts in Mozambique, began immediate preparation to respond following a call for assistance from the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Disaster Assistance Response Team. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Corban Lundborg)
May 3, 2019 - Mozambique is back in the news as Cyclone Kenneth batters the Eastern African nation just six weeks after Cyclone Idai caused an estimated 600 deaths and left many at risk of cholera and without adequate drinking water.