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Michael Patterson, who is legally blind, has been a mentor to numerous DCMA Philadelphia employees during his 36 years of service.
Captain Brett Stevens
Navy Capt. Brett Stevens assumed command of the DCMA Eastern Regional Command during a July 24 ceremony aboard the the USS Constitution.
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DCMA Lockheed Martin Marietta employees recently celebrated the 50-year milestone of the C-5 Galaxy. Hundreds attended the June 26 ceremony, including Georgia Governor Nathan Deal.
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Defense Contract Management Agency completed a remembrance effort by officially adding “Herbert Homer Hall” lettering to its headquarters.
Military and civilian personnel of the Defense Contract Management Agency are now authorized to wear new organization badge and lapel pin. The device is considered a temporary badge and is not intended for military personnel to wear upon termination of assignment to the agency. (DCMA graphic by Elizabeth Szoke)
Military and civilian personnel of the Defense Contract Management Agency are now authorized to wear new organization badge and lapel pin. The device is considered a temporary badge and is not intended for military personnel to wear upon termination of assignment to the agency.
Eighteen Performance Improvement Officers, also known as PIOs, graduated from the Defense Contract Management Agency’s one-week green belt training on May 25. The training will help employees lead teams to update business processes across the agency. (DCMA photo by Andrew Miskovich)
Eighteen performance improvement officers, also known as PIOs, graduated from the Defense Contract Management Agency’s one-week green belt training on May 25. The training will help employees lead teams to update business processes across the agency. (DCMA photo by Andrew Miskovich)
Navy Capt. George Bresnihan (left) receives the Defense Contract Management Agency International flag from Navy Vice Adm. David Lewis, DCMA director, during a change of command ceremony at Fort Lee, Virginia, July 19. Lewis welcomed the incoming commander and bid farewell to former International commander, Navy Capt. Sonya Ebright. (Click next to read more) (DCMA photos by Elizabeth Szoke)
Navy Capt. George Bresnihan (left) receives the DCMA International flag from Navy Vice Adm. David Lewis, DCMA director, during a change of command ceremony at Fort Lee, Virginia, July 19.
Twenty-two employees from Defense Contract Management Agency Lockheed Martin Moorestown in New Jersey participated on June 27 in a team-building workshop entitled, Communication: Do you Hear and See what I Hear and See? (Photo courtesy of DCMA Lockheed Martin Moorestown)
Twenty-two employees from DCMA Lockheed Martin Moorestown in New Jersey participated in a team-building workshop entitled "Communication: Do you Hear and See What I Hear and See?"
The U.S. plan to maintain ground combat vehicle supremacy relies partly on modernizing existing programs to meet current and future capability requirements. DCMA’s global force of acquisition professionals play a vital role within this massive revitalization effort.
The U.S. plan to maintain ground combat vehicle supremacy relies partly on modernizing existing programs to meet current and future capability requirements. DCMA’s global force of acquisition professionals play a vital role within this massive revitalization effort.
Man wearing headphones, sitting at a desk.
Captain Brett Stevens
Group of people in front of a C-5 aircraft.
D.C.M.A. headquarters building.
Military and civilian personnel of the Defense Contract Management Agency are now authorized to wear new organization badge and lapel pin. The device is considered a temporary badge and is not intended for military personnel to wear upon termination of assignment to the agency. (DCMA graphic by Elizabeth Szoke)
Eighteen Performance Improvement Officers, also known as PIOs, graduated from the Defense Contract Management Agency’s one-week green belt training on May 25. The training will help employees lead teams to update business processes across the agency. (DCMA photo by Andrew Miskovich)
Navy Capt. George Bresnihan (left) receives the Defense Contract Management Agency International flag from Navy Vice Adm. David Lewis, DCMA director, during a change of command ceremony at Fort Lee, Virginia, July 19. Lewis welcomed the incoming commander and bid farewell to former International commander, Navy Capt. Sonya Ebright. (Click next to read more) (DCMA photos by Elizabeth Szoke)
Twenty-two employees from Defense Contract Management Agency Lockheed Martin Moorestown in New Jersey participated on June 27 in a team-building workshop entitled, Communication: Do you Hear and See what I Hear and See? (Photo courtesy of DCMA Lockheed Martin Moorestown)
The U.S. plan to maintain ground combat vehicle supremacy relies partly on modernizing existing programs to meet current and future capability requirements. DCMA’s global force of acquisition professionals play a vital role within this massive revitalization effort.

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DCMA Philadelphia employee retires after years of mentoring, encouraging others
By Tonya Johnson | Aug. 14, 2018
Michael Patterson, who is legally blind, excelled in his 36-year federal career.
East welcomes new commander
By DCMA Public Affairs | Aug. 10, 2018
Navy Capt. Brett Stevens took command on July 24.
DCMA LM Marietta celebrates 50-year milestone of C-5
By Tracey Johnson | Aug. 6, 2018
Most people who attended the event did not know that President Johnson visited the facility in 1968 when the first C-5 rolled out of the hangar.
Two DCMA heroes find forever in sacrifice
By Thomas Perry | Aug. 2, 2018
“Everyone in DCMA should know and respect our history,” Vice Adm. David Lewis.

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