In this photo: U.S. Service members assigned to Joint Task Force 505 load USAID - US Agency for International Development supplies onto an MV-22 Osprey at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, Nepal, May 17, 2015. The supplies will be delivered to earthquake victims in remote areas of Nepal. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Jeffrey D. Anderson.
Learn more about U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to support Nepal's government and armed forces at: http://ow.ly/N9HzS
The effort to get VRI for employees across the agency is one example of how the agency is accomplishing Goal Area 2 of the DLA Strategic Plan, which aims to "hire, develop and retain a high-performing, valued, resilient and accountable workforce that delivers sustained mission excellence."
The United States and the United Republic of Tanzania are hosting the Gender Mainstreaming Seminar in Arusha, Tanzania, from May 18-22, 2015. Approximately 120 military personnel from participating nations will participate in the seminar. This year, the seminar will build on last year's discussions and those held at the African Land Forces Summit in Senegal in February 2015, while focusing on three major topics:
-- Integration and leadership
-- Sexual gender-based violence
-- Integration resources for militaries facing gender mainstreaming challenges
Learn more: http://ow.ly/Nc9MZ
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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