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1 1 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY WARFIGHTER SUPPORT ENHANCEMENT STEWARDSHIP EXCELLENCE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Q:\All J-9 Joint Reserve Forces\Briefings and Presentations\J-9 Briefings\J-9 Overview Briefing As of 31 March 2011 An Overview of the DLA J9, Joint Reserve Force

2 2 All Roads for Reserve Support Lead thru J9 for Requirements Verification, Funding, Orders All Roads for Reserve Support Lead thru J9 for Requirements Verification, Funding, Orders To support the DLA mission with trained and ready Reservists Joint Reserve Force (JRF) Mission

3 3 3 CORPORATE STAFF COMMANDERS & DIRECTORS SERVICE ACTIVITIES DLA Pacific DLA Europe & Africa DLA Disposition Services Director Vice Admiral Alan S. Thompson United States Navy We Are DLA Senior Enlisted Leader Command Sergeant Major Otis Cuffee United States Army DLA Aviation DLA DistributionDLA Energy DLA Logistics Information Service GS-15 DLA Document Services GS-15 DLA Strategic Materials GS-15 DLA Joint Reserve Force DLA Information Operations DLA Installation Support DLA Human Resources DLA Acquisition DLA Logistics Operations DLA Central Chief of Staff Mr. Fred Baillie DLA Transaction Services GS-15 DLA Land and Maritime DLA Finance Vice Director Ms. Mae DeVincentis DLA Troop Support DLA Strategic Plans and Policy GS-15 Joint Contingency Acquisition Support Office

4 4 We Are DLA America’s Combat Logistics Support Agency –25,340 Civilians, 559 Active Duty Military, 759 Reservists –Located in 48 States/28 Countries Global Support To Warfighters by: –Processing an average of 116,087 requisitions per day –Producing an average of 10,987 contract lines awarded per day –Staffing 26 Distribution Depots Worldwide Processed 22.8M Receipts and Issues during the past 12 months –Managing nearly 5M items through eight supply chains –Supporting more than 1,900 Weapon Systems –Providing nearly 84% of Services’ repair parts –Providing 100% of Services’ subsistence, fuels, medical, clothing & textiles, construction & barrier material Current as of Nov 2010

5 5 We Are DLA in Elite Company FY04-FY10 sales/services of $28-$41B –#51 on the Fortune 500 list –FY 11 projected revenue of $41.5B –Third largest storage capacity of the top 50 Distribution Warehouses (Only FedEx and UPS have more) –130M Barrels of Fuel sold in FY 10 and 129M in FY 09 –Reused, transferred, disposed and donated nearly 26B per year in material across the supply chain Our reach extends far beyond DoD –Foreign Military Sales program supports 118 Nations –$1.6 B in Sales and 585K shipments in FY10 –Supports Worldwide Humanitarian Relief Federal Emergency Management Agency Other federal and designated state and local customers Current as of Nov 2010

6 6 Warfighter Support Enhancement -MOB deployment planning across JRF enterprise Best Reservist, Right Billet, Optimal Time Stewardship Excellence -Contributory/operational support Allows Agency to get more done without more -JRF shaping Agile and flexible manning adjustments Workforce Development -Training & Readiness Individual Training Plans – more effective and efficient JRF mob training -JRTRX – Ensuring mob readiness -Outreach – Supporting mobilized reservists and their families Doing What’s Right for JRF Reservists, DLA, the Armed Forces and DoD FY 2011 DLA Director’s Guidance Joint Reserve Force (JRF) Alignment

7 7 J94 Operations J91 Personnel Administration J95 Plans & Policy Executive Officer Mob Asst (USAR) Duty: J3 Asst Dir Log Ops Enlisted Advisors Deputy Director Distribution Land and Maritime Aviation Energy Disposition Services J9 DIRECTOR Army Reservists Air Force Reservists Navy Reservists Marine Corps Reservists J96 Information Management J97 Training & Readiness Troop Support Joint Reserve Team Leaders JRF Organization

8 8 FY 11 Funded Billets By Service J1/DHRC-M Reports DLA Active Component Billets Army198 Marine Corps25 Navy170 Air Force164 Total557

9 9 FY 11 Funded Billets By Service

10 10 Vacant and Filled Billets By FA Fill Rate: 88%

11 11 Army NavyAir ForceMarine Corps Fort Lewis, Tacoma Richmond San Antonio Ogden Salt Lake City New Cumberland Philadelphia Columbus Fort Dix Battle Creek DLA-C Tampa Jacksonville Washington, D.C. Stockton Alameda San Joaquin Bessemer Oklahoma City San Jose Warner Robins Fort Belvoir Anniston DLA Reserve Assignment Locations DLA-P Hawaii DLA-E/A Germany

12 12 Understanding DLA logistics support provided to Services Experience in joint logistics Participate in transformational logistics: – Executive Agent for Class I, II, III, IV, VIII – COCOM Deployment and Distribution Operations Centers – Joint Theater Logistics doctrine Six month BOG deployment(s) OIF/OEF – Committed 1:5 Dwell – Joint Operational Logistics Experience What Reservists Gain From DLA

13 Cumulative Totals: 1068 JRF Reservists Activated Since 2001 As of 31 March 2011 Average 68 Average 119 Average Man/Years

14 14 JRF Reservists Activated Since 2001 As of 31 March 2011

15 15 Levels of Training E - 4 E - 5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E6 E WSR or Multi-Class Specialist Distribution Center Crisis Action Team Distribution Center SR Dist Specialist or Supply Expediter Distribution Center NCOIC Support or NCOIC Admin Distribution Center 03/04: Dist Specialist 04 Ops Officer 03/04 DLAAR Distribution Staff Augmentation 05: XO; or Deputy Chief- CDDOC 06: FWD Cdr; or Div Chief- CDDOC E - 3 Levels will be tailored to FAs Distribution Staff Augmentation

16 16 Joint Reserve Training and Readiness Exercise (JRTRX) Conduct an annual Joint Reserve training exercise to prepare deploying personnel Enhance tactical proficiency for a combat environment Enhance medical readiness Evaluate physical readiness Weapons familiarization and qualification Theater specific training tasks Service specific training tasks Five intense, rigorous days of training

17 17 Annual Joint Reserve Training & Readiness Exercise Stimulate joint culture and understanding Complete mandatory Service requirements Focus on readiness, training and education Deployments Center of Excellence Initiatives

18 18 Joint Reserve Forces Value Proposition…. provide DLA with trained, ready logisticians to mobilize and deploy in support of DLA. Reserve resources reduce supply chain costs and more importantly do not increase cost recovery rates. Value Added

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