MCLB ALBANY

Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services

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Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services, formerly known as Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service, a field activity of the Defense Logistics Agency, should be your first source of supply. Any equipment on its website can be obtained and shipped to Department of Defense activities at no cost to your command to include shipping.

Department of Defense activities are saving millions of dollars every year through the DLA Disposition Services “Reutilization Program.” From routine supply requirements to specialized equipment, a wealth of excess, “ready-to-reuse” property is received daily by DLA Disposition Services. By taking advantage of their Reutilization Program, DOD activities can reduce procurement costs and eliminate unnecessary repair dollars. Every dollar’s worth of property reutilized is a supply dollar saved.

Staff also provides the DOD best value services and delivers great performance to customers for the reuse, transfer, donation, sale or disposal of excess/surplus property. Marine units from around the world have taken advantage and reutilized DOD excess property.

Marine Corps Logistic Base Albany is serviced by DLA Disposition Services personnel from Fort Benning, Georgia. Scrap metal will be accepted at the scrap yard on base from 8 a.m. to noon Tuesday. For scrap turn-ins, contact Dan Gibbs, 706-545-6027 or DSN 835-6027; cell 706-580-2778.

To turn in usable property, call Disposal Service Representatives at 229-639-5848, 706-545-7318 or 706-545-6026, or CP 706-
580-5008. Fort Benning’s DSN is (835). There is a representative from Fort Benning at MCLB Albany Monday through Friday unless leave or holidays fall during those days. For more information, call 229-639-5848 or CP 706-580-5008.

Steve Nace, at MCLB Albany, Georgia, is the major command representative with DLA Disposition Services for the Marine Corps; email steven.nace@dla.mil or call 269-986-6699.

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