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What does DLA stand for?

DLA stands for Deputy Launching Authority (RNLI)

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CAPTION(S): WATER BABIES: Andy Vye Parminster, RNLI helmsman and Caitlyn; Phillip Lay, Penarth RNLI Lifeboat operations manager, and Sebastian; Rod Hill, deputy launching authority, his wife Sarah, D class helm, and Oliver; RNLI Medical officer Atul Rayani, and Kieran; RNLI helm Jason Dunlop, and Charlie; RNLI Volunteer crewmember Jon Russill, and Megan; RNLI volunteer crewmember Graham Jones, and Emily Picture: Peter Bolter
CAPTION(S): NEW LIFEJACKETS: Redcar Lifeboat volunteer helmsman Mark Reeves, on right, models one of the new lifejackets the funds will help buy, while Stuart Nelson wears a current jacket, left DRAMA: South Gare, and how we told the story GIFT: Richard Milnes hands the proceeds of a charity night to Redcar Lifeboat deputy launching authority Bob O'Neill, right
He first joined the RNLI in New Brighton as a volunteer crewman in 1954, later becoming a Deputy Launching Authority and then Honorary Secretary.
Paul Moreton, the deputy launching authority for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution at Llandudno, said much of the sand has gone along a half-mile stretch of the beach.