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DLA Holds 4th Annual R&D Industry Day

Government officials discussed logistics, research and development with industry partners at the 4th Annual Defense Logistics Agency R&D Industry Day. The event, which took place Thursday at the McNamara Headquarters Complex in Virginia, the DLA said Tuesday.

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DLA Synchronizes Global Support Activities via New Center in Virginia

The Defense Logistics Agency officially opened its new Agency Synchronization Operations Center on Wednesday at the McNamara Headquarters Complex in Fort Belvoir, Va., in an effort to better operationalize support to warfighters and agencies. 

DLA said Thursday the center has a team of experts that utilizes predictive analytic tools to create support plans that incorporate the agency's operational and business support functions around the world.

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USACE, DLA Leaders Discuss Collaborative Strategies at Partnership Day Event

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Defense Logistics Agency met on Oct. 31 to explore collaborative approaches to support military customers. Leaders from both agencies discussed military construction,  restoration, engineering and modernization efforts during their Partnership Day, DLA said Friday.

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Ella Studer, SVP of KBR, Receives ISOA Lifetime Achievement Award; Byron Bright Quoted

KBR announced on Tuesday that Ella Studer, the company’s senior vice president, has received the International Stability Operations Association (ISOA) Lifetime Achievement Award for her accomplishments in stability operations and commitment to the ISOA organization. 

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DLA Aviation Installs Vertical Lift Modules at Warner Robins AFB

The Defense Logistics Agency Aviation has received five vertical lift modules to help the agency optimize storage and access of aircraft components. The automated modules were installed at Warner Robins Air Force Base's F-15 and C-5 Ship-to-Shore Connector facilities and is expected to increase the base's storage capacity by 110 percent, DLA said Friday.

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