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What does DNS stand for?

DNS stands for Defense National Stockpile


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Old name New name Defense Supply Center Columbus DLA Land and Maritime Defense Supply Center Philadelphia DLA Troop Support Defense Supply Center Richmond DLA Aviation Defense Energy Support Center DLA Energy Defense Reutilization and DLA Disposition Services Marketing Service Defense Distribution Center DLA Distribution Defense Logistics Information DLA Logistics Information Service Service Document Automation and Product DLA Document Services Service Defense Automatic Addressing DLA Transaction Services System Center Defense National Stockpile Center DLA Strategic Materials
Former Name New Name Defense Supply Center Columbus DLA Land and Maritime Defense Supply Center Philadelphia DLA Troop Support Defense Supply Center Richmond DLA Aviation Defense Energy Support Center DLA Energy Defense Reutilization and Marketing DLA Disposition Services Service Defense Distribution Center DLA Distribution Defense Logistics Information DLA Logistics Information Service Service Document Automation and Production DLA Document Services Service Defense Automatic Addressing System DLA Transaction Services Center Defense National Stockpile Center DLA Strategic Materials DLA Europe and Africa DLA Europe & Africa DLA Central DLA Central DLA Pacific DLA Pacific
Obtain raw material necessary to resume defense critical rare earth manufacturing in the face of a pending worldwide shortage - A program whereby the Defense National Stockpile purchases existing rare earth supply to support the US Government's critical needs while the domestic supply chain is rebuilt over the next 5 years
Jack Lifton, prominent commentator on the market fundamentals and end uses of the rare earths, has said that he believes that the Department of Defense, the Defense National Stockpile Center DNSC and the DNSC's parent, the Defense Logistics Agency, among others, are all working with Congress to develop a domestic supply chain for rare earths that are critical components of end use products which the US military is dependent upon.