DLA Disposition Services

Defense Logistics Supply Agency personnel load magnetic reels on to data machines. Read how technology has changed over the past 50 years for DLA Disposition Services employees from using punch cards to mobile devices.
Fire Chief Ernie Glenn of the Minerva Volunteer Fire Department in Texas stands next to the truck his department received through the Defense Department’s Firefighter Property Program. The program puts excess military equipment from DLA Disposition Services into the hands of firefighters where it can be put to use.
Workers of the Anne Arundel County food bank in Maryland show some of the excess property they received from the Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services that will help members of their community.
Equipment acquired from the Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services was used to help educate and train the next generation of military officers at the University of New Hampshire.
On September 12, 1972, then Assistant Secretary for Defense (Installations and Logistics) Barry J. Shillito announced in Battle Creek, Michigan, that the Defense Property Disposal Service (as the Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services first named) would be established as a new command under DLA.
DLA Disposition Services Videos

View a playlist highlighting DLA's disposition capabilities.

View a playlist highlighting DLA's disposition capabilities.

View a playlist highlighting DLA's disposition capabilities.