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    Gathering supplies

    Gathering supplies

    04.28.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Property Disposal Specialist Eddie Sanders moves some of the $330,000 worth of medical equipment and supplies intended for first responders...
    Pulling the gear

    Pulling the gear

    04.07.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Andy McElroy, a transportation driver at Marine Corps Logistics Command, helps Shipping and Receiving Technician Christopher Leymeister (seated on...
    Finding the masks

    Finding the masks

    04.01.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Jeremy Sexton, a project supervisor for the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, locates N95 masks to prepare them for pickup by the Defense...
    Preparing the masks

    Preparing the masks

    03.25.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Pennsylvania-based Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services field site employees Mike Mione, Josh Kiner and James White prepare 47,000...
    Preparing for movement

    Preparing for movement

    04.01.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Deborah Jackson (right), a project manager for the Defense Security Cooperation Agency at Albany, Georgia, and her colleagues Robert Brantley...

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    Then and Now: A 2020 look into LESO

    06.10.2020 | Story by Dana Thornbury
    Since its inception over 20 years ago, the Law Enforcement Support Office, more commonly referred to as the 1033 program, has provided various kinds of excess Department of Defense property to law enforcement agencies across the country. Throughout its history, numerous questions have been asked: where did the program originate, what is the purpose, who is eligible to participate and how does it work?