Historical items maintained by the Army Museum Enterprise's 46 distinct Army museums will be inventoried during the next five years. DLA Disposition Services will process and make available those items deemed duplicate or surplus that are authorized for reuse, transfer and donation.
A member of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement secures some excess electrical generators at the Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services site at Jacksonville, Florida. The former Navy property was issued to FDLE trough the 1033 program managed by DLA to provide excess Defense Department items to law enforcement agencies. An FDLE employee noted the department has received other items through the 1033 program that have been beneficial to their mission.
Five neonatal intensive care beds, originally worth $30,000, were donated to St. Charles Hospital in Long Island in September by the Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services.
A track excavator tears through a C-130 Hercules along the flight line at Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts. The transport aircraft had been used as a base trainer for decades, until it was removed in September through a DLA Disposition Services Demilitarization as Condition of Sale contract.
DLA Disposition Services will recycle five retired U.S. Navy ships as part of a new scrap sales contract to save taxpayer money and protect the environment.

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Daylight saving time: Fall back this Sunday
Daylight saving time ends this Sunday at 2 a.m. when most Americans rewind their clocks. It's also a good time to change batteries in smoke detectors and other home safety devices.
Oct. 29, 2020 - Daylight saving time ends this Sunday at 2 a.m. when most Americans rewind their clocks. It's also a good time to change batteries in smoke detectors and other home safety devices.

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“Disability does not define me”
DLA Finance Business Analyst Brad Messenger shares some of his personal story during a short video recorded in October in observation of National Disability Awareness Month.
Oct. 30, 2020 - DLA Finance Business Analyst Brad Messenger shares part of his personal story to help observe National Disability Awareness Month in October.

Disposition leaders tackle business questions at a distance
Civilian Force Provider Hillary Casari briefs senior leaders on the current state of the DLA Disposition Services expeditionary civilian deployment program during a virtual summit held Oct. 27-29.
Oct. 28, 2020 - Annual summit continues with appraisals of 2020 successes and evaluations of oncoming operating challenges.

Leadership sync perseveres through pandemic
DLA Disposition Services Director Mike Cannon provides opening remarks for a 2020 command senior leadership sync held virtually due to pandemic travel restrictions. The three-day virtual get-together highlights operational and support resources, previous year accomplishments and future goals and expectations.
Oct. 27, 2020 - Annual leaders meet up continues online in an upended 2020.

Family Advocacy Program promotes awareness of domestic violence
Throughout the month of October, there are displays in the halls of the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center sharing the stories of various cases from infants to adults, men and women to bring light to the importance of knowing and understanding that domestic violence can happen to anyone and people need to know the signs and how to get and give assistance.
Oct. 26, 2020 - October is Intimate Partner Violence or Domestic Violence Awareness month. Even though IPV/DV is recognized in October this is something that people should be aware of as it occurs all year.

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