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Defense Logistics Agency Distribution Pearl Harbor

Definition/Scope: (DLA) Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Distribution Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, joined the DLA Distribution network on April 7, 1999. DLA Distribution Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, provides physical distribution support for Naval ships and major industrial/shore commands, as well as transiting battle groups; the Army’s 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks; 3rd Marines, MCBH at Kaneohe; and the 15th Air Base Wing at Hickam. DLA Distribution Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, contains the largest preservation and packing facility on the island, providing support to the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility, as well as other Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Army activities. Large items such as ship propellers, periscopes, gears and shafts are specially packed and crated for storage or shipment by the DLA Distribution Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, professionals. In addition to its Joint DoD material distribution mission, DLA Distribution Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, provides Distribution Standard System and Inventory Accuracy support for partner sites located at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard/Intermediate Maintenance Facility.



Used For:

Defense Distribution Depot Pearl Harbor HI

Acronym:

DLA Distribution Pearl Harbor

Broader Terms:

25th Infantry Division (Light)
Defense Distribution Center
US Pacific Command, Combatant Command, AOR/Unified

Related Terms:

Defense Logistics Agency Distribution Yokosuka
distribution centers
distribution points
Schofield Barracks


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