From its post-American Revolutionary War start to the conflicts of today and beyond, the Supply Corps stands at the ready, ensuring that the ships and Sailors of the United States Navy are “Ready for Sea.” The 150-page book, “Ready for Sea: The History of the U.S. Navy Supply Corps”, describes the establishment of the Supply Corps under Tench Francis and follows it to supply operations of today.
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- Chapters that were singled out for Chapters of the Year
- What it takes to be named Volunteer of the Year
- Our newest Distinguished Alumnus and how his Navy Supply Corps service made a difference in his life
- Scholarship information for 2019
- More "Memories and Sea Stories" reported by RADM (Ret.) Dan McKinnon
- An introduction to our new Communications Director Tara Neville
- Much, much more
Photo (right): Chapter Presidents and Chair RADM (ret) Linda Bird at the November board meeting
Congratulations to RADM (Ret.) Douglas M. Moore, Jr. and Mr. Robert E. Riley on their selections as the Foundation's newest Distinguished Alumni. This award is part of an ongoing program to annually identify individuals who have left active duty, but have continued to utilize those skills believed to epitomize the Supply Corps officer and have risen to levels of significant and wide recognition in their chosen field.
RADM (Ret.) Mike Lyden presented the award to RADM (Ret.) Douglas M. Moore, Jr. on 27 October in San Antonio, TX. RADM (Ret.) Moore is the 54th Distinguished Alumnus. RADM (Ret.) Linda Bird presented the award to Mr. Robert E. Riley on 26 September in Newport, RI. Mr. Riley is the 55th Distinguished Alumnus. To read more about the award and see the complete list of Distinguished Alumni, visit the Distinguished Alumni page of our website.
Top Photo: RADM (Ret.) Mike Lyden presents award to Mr. Robert E. Riley
Below: RADM (Ret.) Linda Bird presents award to RADM (Ret.) Douglas M. Moore
RADM Skubic shares her expectations of the Navy Supply community in a 3-minute video message.
Learn more about her central priorities, how she envisions the Supply Corps will improve capabilities, and how the team will contribute to Navy readiness.
*The video is closed captioned. Transcripts are available upon request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The U.S. Navy Supply Corps Foundation exists to perpetuate the values, traditions, and history of the Supply Corps throughout the lives of individuals in the Supply Corps community. The Foundation pursues its mission by providing services and programs related to recruiting, training and development, transition, recognition, financial support and commemoration.
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