The Monroeville Police Department took advantage of the LESO 1033 Program. The law allows the transfer of excess Department of Defense property that might otherwise be destroyed to law enforcement departments across the U.S. and its territories. There is no charge to the department.
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In this photo: Army Spc. Richard R. Pacheco, a member of the 602nd Mechanic Company based at Fort Hood, Texas, changes the oil in a Humvee. DLA’s closed loop re-recycled oils program provides customers a pick up service that will refine the oil so it can be used over again, cutting costs and saving on waste. Photo by Army Sgt. Brian Barbour
The Defense Logistics Agency Headquarters Command Chaplain’s Office, led by Army Chaplain Col. Richard Quinn, is known for providing religious ministry to employees throughout the agency, but it also has a long tradition of supporting military chaplains through the Ecclesiastical Logistics Supply Program.
DLA is a one-stop shop for registered Department of Defense customers to order various ecclesiastical and religious supplies. Services and products are constantly reviewed and updated to meet the diverse needs of members of the armed forces.
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In this photo: Air Force Rabbi Capt. Sarah D. Schechter leads the evening le’il shabbat service at Lackland Air Force Base’s Airmen Memorial Chapel. DLA Troop Support Clothing and Textiles manages about 750 ecclesiastical or religious items for the U.S. military. Photo by Lance Cheung
The annual contest is judged at the Defense Information School in Fort George G. Meade, Maryland.
Commercial Venture 4-Rolling Stock, or CV4-R, returned more than $3.2 million to the agency during its first two months of online public auctions. Full story: http://ow.ly/KSIU0
In this photo: Greg Grolemund of DLA Disposition Services in Jacksonville, Florida, checks the condition of a Humvee that was turned in at Camp Blanding, Florida. The vehicle was among a group that were then turned over to IronPlanet to be sold. Photo by Tom Hamilton
DLA is a Combat Logistics Support Agency. We provide effective and efficient worldwide support to Warfighters and our other customers.
DLA was founded in 1961 and today is home to 27,000 civilian and military employees in 48 states and 28 foreign countries. The Agency’s 26 distribution depots supply almost every consumable item America’s military services need to operate, from groceries to jet fuel. Those supplies include 95 percent of the service’s repair parts, 100 percent of subsistence, fuel, medical, clothing and construction material.
DLA celebrated its golden anniversary in 201. The agency has supported every major war and contingency operation of the past five decades.
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