NAVSUP News and Updates

Flashes from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps:


Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
22 SEP 2020


FY21 Active Duty Master Chief Results

It gives me great pleasure to announce the following Supply senior enlisted personnel who have been selected for promotion to Master Chief Petty Officer by the FY21 Active Duty E9 Selection Board.

Reaching the rank of Master Chief is a truly significant career milestone. As you prepare to take your assignment next year, I challenge each of you to lean on our history and the diversity of our talent – Sailors, civilians, and families – to “create a climate of operational excellence.” Our efforts at all levels must be grounded in integrity and imbued with the spirit of our core values if we are to achieve operational dominance in an ever more challenging strategic environment. Through it all, the quality of our leadership will be the decisive key to our success. Congratulations!

Master Chief Culinary Specialist
Dusty R. Barnes
Tommy Chavira
Victor Chiquitoguerrero
Ritchie R. Fogata
Eric W. Johnson
Corey D. Montgomery
Anthony J. Naranjo
Willie D. Pearson
Daniel J. Schaeffer
Julius V. Velazco

Master Chief Culinary Specialist Submarine
David M. Pope, II

Master Chief Logistics Specialist
Laking R. Brooks
Louie D. Delavega
Edlyne Diaz
Monique Graves
Ignatius E. Okeiyimor
Tangela L. Rigmaiden
Luis Rodriguez
Sourideth Soumphonphakdy
Georgette I. Spaulding
Bradley W. Stacy
Sherryann M. Stevenson
Charles S. Treadway
Starletha T. Williams

Master Chief Logistics Specialist Submarine
Jonathan L. Hollenbeck

Master Chief Retail Services Specialist
Kinyatto B. Duncan

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding senior enlisted leaders on their selection.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN


Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
22 SEP 2020


FY21 Active Duty Senior Chief Results

It gives me great pleasure to announce the following Supply senior enlisted personnel who have been selected for promotion to Senior Chief Petty Officer by the FY21 Active Duty E8 Selection Board.

Reaching the rank of Senior Chief is a significant career milestone. Your deckplate leadership, professional development of junior officers and Sailors, and engagement in the Mess is more important than ever. Continue to lead from the front and keep our fleet strong and ready for sea.

Congratulations on your tremendous accomplishments!

Senior Chief Culinary Specialist
Eber R. Barraza
Prince A. Benton
Marvin D. Bernabe
Zikiya D. Berner
Charles R. Blanton
Moses E. Brathwaite, Jr.
William R. Brewer
Calvin W. Brown
Romonn M. Calhoun
Denis Camarillo
Stanley G. Campbell
Maurice M. Carter
Noel S. Chanco
Ariel C. Coley
Jesus M. Collazo
Linda A. Colter
Lakia N. Davidson
Eduardo E. Davila
Francis F. Delrosario
Michael E. Downey
Nathan T. Fanning
Latoya S. Farrish
Osman J. Fernandez
Korhy F. Flanary
Adam R. Fletcher
Jorge A. Floressanchez
Brian Flournoy
Marshall E. Ford, II
Danalyn T. Foster
James A. Frazier
Michael A. Freitas
Veronyka G. Garcia
Monique R. Golden
Eric R. Gonzalez
Naomi L. Goodwyn
Crystal J. Graham
Byron K. Green
Marco F. Guevarra
Jorge A. Hernandez
Jeffrey C. Herrera
Shamar L. Hope
Sukarno S. Ikbala, Jr.
David B. Jackson
Richard H. Jacobs, III
James M. Jennings
Sonny R. Jimenez
Maximillian K. Johnson
Andrae D. Keith
Matthew J. Lewis
Raymond B. Macasaet
Joseph J. Magri
Sanford R. McCants, Jr.
Kimplachat A. McDuffie
Jocelyn A. Mejia
Gloria N. Moody
Waltine T. Nauta
Shamika C. Nichols
Minardo S. Nicolas
Juan R. Otero
Patrick D. Parigi
James E. Parrott
Candyce M. Pendleton
Matthew J. Reikowski
Travis L. Rhinehart
Frank J. Rice, Jr.
Andre D. Rigmaiden
Ashley L. Rivera
Natasha T. Rogers
Christopher B. Roth
Dong L. Ruan
Randall F. Rufolo
Sherrol G. Samuels
Scott T. Schaare
Christene A. Stewart
Samuel G. Tran
Mario F. Urbina
Jose L. Valenciagomez
Jermaine C. Webber
Jason P. Wozniak
Jamie L. Wyckoff

Senior Chief Culinary Specialist Submarine
Stephan R. Edwards
Kip C. Farrell
Hayden E. Felt
Jacob A. Green
Paul M. Tetreault

Senior Chief Logistics Specialist
Tawanna M. Anderson
William M. Anderson
Hnede N. Appleton
Ryan L. Asiatico
Daniel L. Burner
Wendell J. Cadiente
Alexanderaureli G. Carandang
Michelle D. Careywellington
William T. Champignon
Geddrick Constantino
Dominque L. Daphness
Joey R. Fabunan
Lidia Flores
Martina L. Forde
Renardo H. Francis
David J. Gibson
Jorge A. Gonzalezzarazua
Julius C. Green
Jairo N. Guity
Darren R. Hall
Jason A. Hood
Cindy D. Jimenez
Joseph J. Kelly
Ederson Lambert
Rommel I. Langomez
Jin K. Lee
Claudia N. Mehau
Vincent J. Miller
Richie Z. Miranda
Lillian E. Morales
Erik J. Nagle
Norma A. Porter
Quinton L. Pratt
Jennifer Punch
Javier M. Ramirez
Jesus J. Reyes
Tracy N. Riberdy
Jose A. Sepulvedahernandez
Blanca I. Smiley
Seth O. Swanson
Corey K. Thicklen
Kweku M. Wallace
Teiaundra L. Walters
Kun Wang
Benjamin D. Warner
Jacob R. Williams
Harrison D. Withers
Yuk Y. Wong
Saibei Zhao

Senior Chief Logistics Specialist Submarine
Jamaal N. Bussey
Joel A. Dimarzo
Jeffrey C. Logue
Joshua R. Louviere
Michael E. Lukachie
Michael A. Rios
Joske O. Thursby

Senior Chief Retail Services Specialist
Latorya L. Forte
Arturo J. Hernandez
Paul M. Mendoza
Heather M. Mitchell
Jermaine L. Moore
Yuen T. Restuvog

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding senior enlisted leaders on their selection.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN


Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and 49th Chief of Supply Corps
18 SEP 2020


National POW/MIA Recognition Day

National Prisoners of War/Missing in Action (POW/MIA) Recognition Day provides Americans the opportunity to offer remembrance, honor, and reverence to those who were POWs and those still missing. On September 18, Americans across the nation will gather to honor service members and civilians who were held captive and returned, who remain MIA in countries around the world, as well as affected families and friends.

The black and white banner that symbolizes America's POW/MIAs serves as a reminder of the sacrifices our service members and their families make, and have made, to defend our nation. For every POW/MIA Recognition Day observed since 1982, the flag has flown just below the stars and stripes at the White House - the only flag to ever do so. In 1998, Congress ordered it to also be displayed on Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day and Veterans Day.

Just a few weeks ago, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced they had identified the remains of a Sailor killed during World War II. Navy Coxswain Layton T. Banks, 20, of Dallas, Texas was assigned to the battleship USS Oklahoma which was moored at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, when the ship was attacked by Japanese aircraft on Dec. 7, 1941. The USS Oklahoma sustained multiple torpedo hits which caused it to quickly capsize. The attack on the ship resulted in the deaths of 429 crewmen, including Banks who will now be buried Oct. 24, 2020, in Plano, Texas. DPAA’s mission is to provide the fullest possible accounting for our missing personnel to their families and the nation. They relentlessly pursue finding and recovering the remains of our fallen heroes. For decades our nation has conducted joint field activities to investigate crash and burial sites, and interview the local population for clues regarding our missing service members.

Please join me in paying tribute to heroes like Layton Banks. Take time today to pause, reflect, and remember those who have endured tremendous pain and suffering and those who went missing. We should never forget the sacrifices made by our service members, past and present, that allow us to enjoy the freedoms we have today.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN



FLASH from the Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command and 49th Chief of Supply Corps
11 SEP 2020


Patriot Day - Nineteenth Anniversary of 9/11

Flags will fly at half-mast today to observe the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. After 19 years, on this Day of Remembrance, we honor and remember the legacy of 9/11 by uniting with our neighbors and communities. Most of us can recall exactly where we were and what we felt as the events unfolded before our eyes.

The world soon realized that America was under attack. Terrorist hijackers crashed American Airlines Flight 11 into the World Trade Center’s North Tower in New York City at 8:46 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time. That unbelievable event was soon followed by United Airlines Flight 175 crashing into the South Tower 17 minutes later. Fifty-one minutes after the attack on our nation began, American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon. At 10:03 a.m., United Airlines Flight 93 crashed in a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, after passengers and crew members courageously fought four al-Qaeda terrorists for control of the plane.

First responders, local communities, and nations across the globe quickly rose together in the spirit of unity to defeat terrorism.

On this anniversary of 9/11, remember the nearly 3,000 lives lost during the attacks of this fateful date.

Let us remember those selfless citizens, first responders, and our service members who risked their lives and put themselves in harm’s way and continue to fight every day for the safety and freedom of the American people.

The 9/11 attacks were intended to diminish our resolve, instead they strengthened our national will, bringing Americans of all backgrounds together. Over more than two centuries, we have shown ourselves to be a resilient people, ready to stand up for each other, united, to defend our values and way of life.

Thank you for your endurance and commitment. Since that day, we have all been running extraordinarily hard to defeat this evil force. Today’s Global Power Competition is certain to continue, and get even more competitive. Stay strong, stay focused and keep pressing.

NEVER FORGET


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN
 



Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and 49th Chief of Supply Corps
9 SEP 2020


Supply Corps Internship Programs Fall 2020

Supply Corps internship programs provide junior officers with an exceptional opportunity to gain experience in Supply Corps’ principal competencies, explore functional subspecialties, and engage with seniors, peers, subordinates, mission partners and suppliers. These internship programs provide supply corps officers knowledge and understanding of our systems, processes and their interconnectivity, and ultimately ensure the expeditious delivery of services and material solutions to the warfighter.

Internship applications are being considered for the following programs: Business Financial Management (BFM), Navy Acquisition Contracting Officer (NACO), Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Joint Operational Logistics (JOL), and the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (NNPP). Please note that officers selected for an NNPP internship are afforded an opportunity to earn a Navy funded master’s degree and Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certification, while simultaneously gaining highly valued acquisition experience. NNPP interns complete an immediate payback tour supporting the world’s premier nuclear reactor program and will receive priority placement to follow on operational tours. Billet information is available on the Navy Personnel Command (NPC) website and on the eSUPPO app.

Warfare qualified officers (O1-O3) with a Projected Rotation Date (PRD) between October 2020 and October 2021 and who have completed one operational tour are eligible. Application inquiries should be directed to the Internship Program Coordinator via email (supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil) or by phone (901-874-4621, DSN 882).

Additional information, to include a sample application, is available on the NPC website. Endorsed applications are due no later than 30 September 2020. Submissions must be sent as a PDF, without Social Security numbers, to supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil. Applicants will receive a confirmation e-mail upon receipt.

By submitting an application, officers agree to complete a 24-month internship and to remain on active duty for an additional tour of duty.

I highly encourage you to contact your mentors to discuss their unique perspectives regarding these opportunities.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN



Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and 49th Chief of Supply Corps
7 AUG 2020

Vice Admiral Robert F. Batchelder Award Selectees for CY 2019

It is my honor to recognize the winners of the calendar year 2019 VADM Robert F. Batchelder Award. Established by the Navy League of the United States (NLUS) in 1983, this special award honors the memory of VADM Batchelder, who served on active duty from 1917-1957 and retired as Inspector General at the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, now Naval Supply Systems Command. This award is presented annually by the Navy League to Supply Corps officers who made significant contributions to the supply readiness of our operating forces, and is a testament to an officer that was significant in shaping the Supply Corps of today. VADM Batchelder represented the best of our Corps, and like him, this year’s recipients personify Navy’s core attributes: Integrity, Accountability, Initiative, Toughness. My sincerest congratulations to these officers and the hard-working teams supporting them. Well done!

This year's recipients and nominating commands are:

Active Component:
LT Jeffrey R. Bland, USS McFaul (DDG 74)
LT Jordan P. Hamilton, USS Mississippi (SSN 782)
LT Cody R. Perna, USS Mesa Verde (LPD 19)
LTJG Richard D. Brown, USS Wasp (LHD 1)

Reserve Component:
LCDR Stefan M. Neuhaus, USNR


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN



Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and 49th Chief of Supply Corps
07 AUG 2020

CY21 SC Commander Milestone Slate

Warriors,

It gives me great pleasure to announce the CY 2021 Commander Milestone assignments. The O-5 Milestone tour is a significant achievement and the next step in your senior officer development. EVERY billet listed below is needed and valued by our mission partners. As you prepare to take your assignment next year, I challenge each of you to lean on our history and the diversity of our talent – Sailors, civilians, and families – to “create a climate of operational excellence.” Our efforts at all levels must be grounded in integrity and imbued with the spirit of our core values if we are to achieve operational dominance in an ever more challenging strategic environment. Through it all, the quality of our leadership will be the decisive key to our success. Congratulations!

AS FROM TO
Kevin C. Richardson NAVSUP HQ AS 39 EMORY S LAND

CVN FROM TO
Thomas E. Arnold COMNAVAIRPAC CVN 70 CARL VINSON
Abdul R. Ceville ASN RDA CVN 69 DWIGHT D EISENHOWER
Tanya K. Cormier NAVSUP HQ CVN 78 GERALD R FORD
Anthony R. DiCola COMNAVAIRPAC CVN 71 THEODORE ROOSEVELT
Autumn L. Daniel NAVSUP WSS PHIL CVN 75 HARRY S TRUMAN
Mordocai Kiflu ASN RDA CVN 73 GEORGE WASHINGTON
Daniel W. Metz COMNAVAIRLANT CVN 68 NIMITZ
Jecisken Ramsey NAVSUP WSS PHIL CVN 79 JOHN F KENNEDY PCU

EXPEDITIONARY/NSW FROM TO
Christopher R. Kading OPNAV NSW LOGSU TWO
Dena B. Risley NECC EOD ESU TWO

LHA/LHD FROM TO
Kirk A. Engler NAVSUP FLC JAX LHD 6 BONHOMME RICHARD
David S. Fuchs, Jr. EISENHOWER SCHOOL LHD 7 IWO JIMA
Marcus L. Jones DC FELLOWSHIPS LHA 7 TRIPOLI
Albert T. Sonon IV COMNAVSURFLANT LHD 1 WASP

T-AH FROM TO
Christopher M. Lounsberry DLA HDQTRS T-AH 20 COMFORT

DCMA FROM TO
Jason A. Morgan NAVSUP WSS PHIL DCMA ATLANTA
Joseph K. Spede NAVSUP FLC PHIL DCMA HAMPTON VA

DEFENSE ENERGY FROM TO
William M. Jakubowicz NAVAL PETROLEUM OFFICE DLA ENERGY REGION PAC
Christopher C. Radke NAVSUP FLC NAPLES DLA ENERGY SUPPORT CTR GUAM

DLA FROM TO
Timothy J. Calvo NAVSUP FLC SASEBO DD PUGET SOUND
Erik A. Decker COMPACFLT DLA TROOP SUPPORT PAC
Eugene Dawson, Jr. NAVSUP HQ DDSI SIGONELLA

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding Supply Corps officers who have been selected to fill these critical leadership billets. Well done!


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN

 

Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and 49th Chief of Supply Corps
22 JUL 2020


Senior Executive Service Member Named at NAVSUP

I am pleased to announce that Mr. Brian Laird was selected as Naval Supply Systems Command's newest Senior Executive Service (SES) member. He will serve as assistant commander (ACOM) for supply chain technology/systems integration (N2N6) and command information officer.

Mr. Laird has been serving as deputy command information officer (CIO), NAVSUP, providing authoritative top-level managerial and technical advice to NAVSUP executives on all information technology (IT) matters. He was a member of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) workforce, where he served as the organization’s principal advisor for long-range planning, strategy development, and operational/contingency plan building to integrate DLA Distribution’s capabilities into Combatant Command (CCMD) and military service plans. He was directly responsible for coordinating directly with CCMD staffs and developing logistics support annexes, enabling DLA operations across all phases of full spectrum operations. Mr. Laird entered the civilian service in 2000 at NAVSUP, in which he spent the majority of his career designing supply chain system solutions, managing IT operations, and implementing state-of-the-art hardware/software architectures.

He also spent more than a decade with the United States Army. As a commissioned officer, he served in both command and staff roles and led multiple units through DoD transformation initiatives, overseeing the training, readiness, deployment, safety, and overall well-being of personnel.

He earned a Master of Business Administration in 2005 and holds both Project Management Professional and Six Sigma Black-Belt certificates. He also holds Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act certifications in both Program Management and Information Technology. He received the Meritorious Civilian Service Award in 2016.

Mr. Laird possesses the leadership skills and experience to deliver sustained global logistics through technology and strategic planning that I know will prove of immeasurable benefit to NAVSUP and to our Navy. Please join me in congratulating Mr. Laird on his new position.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN



Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and 49th Chief of Supply Corps
20 JULY 2020


FY21 Supply Corps Postgraduate Education Board Results

It gives me great pleasure to announce the Supply Corps officers selected by the FY21 Supply Corps Postgraduate Education Screen Board. The operational performance of Supply Corps officers and their ability to meet all mission requirements is the ultimate validation of the success of having a growth mindset and lifelong commitment to continuous education and training. The 2018 Education for Seapower (E4S) report recognized the intellectual capability of our Navy and Marine Corps team will be the primary military differentiator between our nation and its adversaries. Naval forces cannot be effective in a combat environment if they are not sustained, and sustainment is not possible without the expertise, creativity and energy of the Supply Corps. A postgraduate education significantly contributes to that expertise, and I expect you to bring creativity and energy to all that you do.

The below officers have the opportunity to attend a Navy-funded master’s degree program and complete a significant personal and professional milestone. Each of these officers should be commended for their performance and selection by this highly competitive board. Selectees were slated to curriculums based on needs of the Navy, preferences, Academic Profile Code (APC), and career timing. Additional information on each program can be found in the “It’s Your Education” playbook located on the Supply Corps Career Counselor webpage.


Naval Postgraduate School

Acquisition and Contract Management
LT Omotayo A. Akinsuyi
LT Stephen L. Astafan
LT Christopher M. Battagello
LT Sumit Chhikara
LT Daniel H. Collins
LT Francisco J. Degollado
LT Amber N. Drayton
LT Juan S. Figueroa
LT Jesse J. Gale
LT Donald H. Graybill
LT Roy S. Hamilton Jr.
LT Peter W. Jacques
LT Bezeyem Lemou
LT Joseph C. Macdonald III
LT Shane R. Moore
LT Bryan H. Pace
LT Darius D. Rawls
LT Angeli D. Rodriguez
LT Frank G. Silva Jr.
LT Tristan J. Skinner
LT Tyler J. Smith
LT Arthur L. Stone Jr.
LT Ismail O. Tajudeen
LT Barry L. Ventura
LT Justin B. Woods

Financial Management
LCDR David A. Dyal III
LT John B. Birkoski
LT Zeferino CortesRodriguez
LT Daniel E. Cripe
LT Tyler J. Dear
LT Dara N. Faraday
LT Kaitlyn E. Franz
LT Matthew J. Giannone
LT Tyree E. Harris
LT Mitchell T. Hennessy
LT William J. Lynch
LT Diana J.H. Maeng
LT Philip N. Robinson
LT Michelle N. Wogu

Logistics Information Technology
LT Brandon J. Cleary
LT Soon B. Kwon
LT David R. Machinporrata
LT Kayla M.E. Morrison
LT Derrick D. Olson
LT Pablo J. Rodriguez
LT Cesar A. Valenzuela
LT Daiqu Zheng

Operations Research - Logistics Analysis
LT Michael A. Bragg
LT Ricardo C. Castaneda
LT Lawatha L. Cherrenfro
LT Branden W. Davenport
LT Julian Le
LT Marianna Luporini
LT Steven A. Makuch
LT Jack R. Mckeon
LT Adrian R. Santosalborna
LT Timothy R.G. Tan
LT Robert M. Vallance
LT John P. Waggener
LT Daniel S. Wright

Supply Chain Management
LT Kelly L. Allen
LT Justin E. Burdett
LT Patrick J. Foster
LT Michael P. Frankhouser
LT Lauren H. Gazaille
LT John A. Harmony
LT Dylan G. Hayden
LT Matthew C. Higgins
LT Adam C. Johnson
LT Jacob M. Skipper
LT Ryan J. Storrusten
LT Cesar A. Vargas

Naval War College
LCDR Charles W. Guire (MAWS)
LCDR Christopher D. Oliveria
LCDR Kirk W. Vining (MAWS)
LT Andrew V. Anderson
LT James W. Ball
LT Kevin A. Barnes
LT Jae Y. Choi
LT Calvin T.H. Chu
LT Stacia L. Clutts
LT Stephen A. Cuff
LT Joseph Green III (MAWS)
LT Samuel S. Jordan
LT Luis E. Luy Jr.
LT Jarred M. Mack (MAWS)
LT Jeffrey L. Morgan (MAWS)
LT Melanie J.G. Martins
LT Igor Mendel
LT Derrick D. Miller
LT Jacob A. Nguyen
LT Nathan P. Nusz
LT Gonzalo J. Ramos (MAWS)
LT Franklin D. Roberson II (MAWS)
LT Ryan T. Ward

Civilian Institutions
LT Michael J. Barton (Univ of Kansas)
LT Rowena A. Bediako
LT Matthew R. Couch
LT Christopher J. Feyen (Univ of Kansas)
LT Emily J. Hawkins
LT Jessica Jimenez
LT Justin A. Lemons (Univ of Kansas)
LT Clifton E. Luber III
LT David W. Oh
LT Adeniyi J. Oke (Univ of Kansas)
LT Derek A. Roncaioli
LT Andrew P. Stillerman (Univ of Kansas)
LT Tamsyn O. Thompson
LT Alexis G. Travis
LT Jessica R. Vaeth (Univ of Kansas)
LT Matthew V. Warrick

Selectees should reach out to the postgraduate school detailer at op_pgs_sc_dtlr.fct@navy.mil or 901-874-4627 to address any questions or concerns regarding selection.

Please join me in congratulating these individuals on this milestone achievement!


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN
 



Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and 49th Chief of Supply Corps 

15 JUL 2020

Supply Corps Flag Move Announced

Secretary of the Navy the Honorable Kenneth Braithwaite and Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Michael Gilday announced the following new assignment for Rear Admiral (lower half) Matthew N. Ott III.

RDML Ott will be assigned as executive director, operational contract support, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, Washington, D.C. Ott is currently serving as special assistant for audit readiness, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller), Washington, D.C.

His afloat assignments include supply officer, USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76); pre-commissioning and commissioning supply officer, USS Decatur (DDG 73); and aviation support division officer, USS Tarawa (LHA 1). Each of his teams earned multiple Supply Blue "E" Awards for Excellence.

Previous shore assignments include chief of staff, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP); commanding officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Jacksonville; director of Aviation Operations, NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; commanding officer, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Defense Supply Center Philadelphia Pacific Region; aircraft depot repair officer, S-3 Viking lead logistician, P-3 Orion lead logistician and director of Industrial Support Programs, Naval Inventory Control Point Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; aide to the 14th Director, DLA; flag aide to the Commander, NAVSUP and 41st Chief of Supply Corps; and logistics outfitting and grooming officer, Commander, Naval Air Forces U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Ott was one of the first officers on ground in Haiti following January 2010’s 7.0 earthquake, serving as one of the five members of U.S. Southern Command's (SOUTHCOM’s) Logistics Assessment Team. He remained until March 2010 as DLA Support Team’s Operations officer supporting SOUTHCOM, Joint Task Force-Haiti, and the Joint Logistics Command-Haiti in Operation UNIFIED RESPONSE.

Please join me in congratulating RDML Ott on his new assignment!


P.G. Stamatopoulos
RADM, SC, USN

 

Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and 49th Chief of Supply Corps
2 JUL 2020


Supply Corps Spring 2020 Internship Selectees

Congratulations to the following selectees for the spring 2020 internship screening. The programs in which they will participate include: Business/Enterprise Supply Chain Management (BEM), Business/Financial Management (BFM), Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Joint Operational Logistics (JOL), Navy Acquisition Contracting Officer (NACO), Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (NNPP), Logistics Planner (PLAN), and Petroleum Management (POL).

The internship selectees for spring 2020 are:

LT Michael C. Anderson AS 40 FRANK CABLE BFM
LT Adrian I. Copiaco DDG 100 KIDD NACO
LT Adam J. Weisgerber SSN 722 KEY WEST PLAN
LTJG Terry I. Belin CG 60 NORMANDY POL
LTJG Cameron D. Bryant DDG 55 STOUT NACO
LTJG Martha S. Byrne CG 53 MOBILE BAY BFM
LTJG Omar Diaz SSN 768 HARTFORD ILS
LTJG Aaron R. Dillon SSN 753 ALBANY NNPP
LTJG Kameek S. Gordon SSGN 727 GOLD NACO
LTJG Brandon J. Healy CVN 70 VINSON NACO
LTJG Logan J. Johnson LSD 51 OAKHILL NACO
LTJG Christopher M. LaFrancois MCM 9 PIONEER NACO
LTJG Salvador M. Lievanos SSN 797 IOWA BEM
LTJG Derek A. Mann CVN 76 REAGAN JOL
LTJG Jamie T. Miles CVN 69 EISENHOWER NACO
LTJG Lilly A. Payne DDG 61 RAMAGE ILS
LTJG Gregory T. Shumaker DDG 82 LASSEN NACO
LTJG Tyrell T. Yorke DDG 57 MITSCHER ILS
ENS Joshua P. Lausier MCM 6 DEVASTATOR NACO
ENS Gabrielle M. P. San Pedro LHD 4 BOXER NACO


Again, congratulations to each of you on a job well done!


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN
 


22 JUN 2020

FY21 Supply Corps Commander Milestone Screen Board

It is my pleasure to announce the officers listed below have been selected by the Supply Corps Commander Milestone Board held 17-18 June 2020.


PYG 18
Timothy J. Calvo
Abdul R. Ceville
David S. Fuchs, Jr.
William M. Jakubowicz
Marcus L. Jones
Christopher R. Kading
Christopher M. Lounsberry
Jason A. Morgan
Owen B. Morrissey
Joseph K. Spede

PYG 19
Karlie M. Blake
Jason D. Calandruccio
Eugene Dawson Jr.
Erik A. Decker
Kirk A. Engler
Maxine J. J. Gardner
Christopher C. Radke
Albert T. Sonon, IV

FTS
David W. Davis, II

Please join me in congratulating these officers on their selection for this significant milestone.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN


22 JUNE 2020

FY21 Supply Corps Major Command Ashore Screen Board

It is my pleasure to announce the officers listed below have been selected by the Supply Corps Major Command Ashore Board held 15-16 June 2020.

O-6 Major Command Ashore (3100)

Patrick C. Blake
Matthew L. Bolls
David D. Carnal
Doyne D. Clem
Martin L. Edmonds
Nicola M. Gathright
Albert L. Hornyak
Kelly W. House, Jr.
Jerry A. King
Christopher T. Kovack
Andrew J. Lewis
Cory D. Schemm

Please join me in congratulating these officers on their selection for this significant milestone.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN

 

Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
05 JUN 2020


FY21 Supply Corps Reserve Component Captain Selections

Congratulations to the following Supply Corps officers selected for promotion to the rank of Captain.

John Franco
Patrice M. Higgins
Andrew P. Mueller
Michael A. Pettola
Christopher T. Sawyer
Frank R. Solorzano, Jr.
Joseph W. Stubitz
James O. Toal
Clinton D. Tracy
Mark A. Williams

Full Time Support (FTS)
John A. Evans
Christopher S. Koprivec

Attaining the rank of Captain is the culmination of years of hard work, dedication to the Navy and sustained, superior performance.

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding Supply Corps officers.


M.C. SKUBIC
RADM, SC, USN


 
Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
05 JUN 2020


Supply Corps Flag Moves Announced

Secretary of the Navy and Chief of Naval Operations announced the following new assignments for Rear Admiral (lower half) Kristen B. Fabry and Captain Dion D. English, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half).

RDML Fabry will be assigned as commander, Defense Logistics Agency - Land and Maritime, Columbus, Ohio. Fabry is currently serving as director, logistics, fleet supply and ordnance, N4, U.S. Pacific Fleet (PACFLT), Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Her afloat assignments include supply officer, USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) deployed in support of Operation New Dawn and Operation Enduring Freedom; principal assistant for logistics, principal assistant for services, and assistant supply officer, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, and Southern Watch; pre-commissioning supply officer, USS Decatur (DDG 73); and assistant stock control, sales officer, automated data processing and underway replenishment officer, USS and USNS San Diego (AFS/T-AFS 6), completing three Mediterranean deployments and supporting operations in Haiti.

Previous shore assignments include director, fleet resources integration, U.S. Fleet Forces Command, Norfolk, Virginia; commanding officer, Navy Supply Corps School, Newport, Rhode Island; chief of staff, director, supply chain management, and assistant commander, personnel, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania; branch chief, strategy, policy, programs, and logistics directorate (J5/4), U.S. Transportation Command; officer-in-charge, detachment Everett and director, contracting, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Puget Sound, Washington, as well as senior supply assessor, Commander, Afloat Training Group Pacific Northwest; plans, programs, and policies officer, N41 staff, Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. PACFLT; and customer service director following a Navy Acquisition and Contracting Officer internship, NAVSUP FLC, Puget Sound, Washington.

CAPT English will be assigned as director, logistics, fleet supply and ordnance, N4, U.S. PACFLT, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. English previously served as deputy director, supply and distribution, J44, Joint Staff, Washington, D.C.

His afloat assignments include disbursing and sales officer, USS Scott (DDG 995); cargo and stock control officer, USNS San Diego (T-AFS 6); supply officer, USS Barry (DDG 52); and commanding officer, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit ONE.

Previous shore assignments include commanding officer, NAVSUP FLC Sigonella; director, Supply Corps detailing, Navy Personnel Command (PERS-4412); logistics readiness officer, logistics current operations division, N4 directorate for Commander, U.S. PACFLT; deputy logistics operations officer, Joint Task Force Civil Support, Fort Monroe, Virginia; executive assistant to the Commander, Defense Supply Center Columbus, Ohio; and ship force support officer, Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Newport News, Virginia.

Please join me in congratulating RDML Fabry and CAPT English on their new assignments!


M.C. SKUBIC
RADM, SC, USN

 


Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
05 JUN 2020

FY21 Supply Corps Reserve Component Commander Selections

Congratulations to the following Supply Corps Reserve officers selected for
promotion to the rank of Commander.

Kyle J. Barker
Kalina N. Bitter
Jacob R. Broderick
Miguel A. Cantu
Christopher S. Carter
Virgil B. Chapman
John R. Elder
Pamela A. Elliott
Dawn T. Fuzell
Kevin Greenwood
Grant L. Hatten
Cary W. Hawkins
Matthew S. Hime
Jerimiah E. Hinz
Christine P. Johnson
Jeri A. Kincade
Kevin W. Lafeir
Cherry A. Lynch
Curtis L. McKie, Jr.
Lisa J. McNeely
Matthew C. Pate
Peter M. Polizzi
Tracey Y. Riley
Ricardo A. Rivera
Brian P. Sailer
Rebecca A. Scott
Paul E. Selby
Luke A. Vanbuskirk
Byron J. Villacreses
Timothy P. Walker
Jason C. Williams

Full Time Support (FTS)
David A. Boyd III
Robert A. Kalloch
Jonathon A. Lavery
Mamadou Ndaw
Jeremy S. Talmadge

Attaining the rank of Commander is the culmination of years of hard work,
dedication to the Navy and sustained, superior performance.

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding Supply Corps officers.


M.C. SKUBIC
RADM, SC, USN

 
Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
2 JUN 2020

FY21 Indefinite Recall Opportunities

The Supply Corps has opened up limited opportunities for junior lieutenant commander Reserve or FTS Supply Corps officers to continue their career in the active component as 3100 officers. Officers interested in pursuing one of the indefinite recall opportunities should have strong performance records, an educational background in business, industrial engineering, or other disciplines with demonstrated quantitative orientation (i.e., engineering or mathematics), completed at least four years of cumulative active commissioned service (may include MOBs, ADSWs, IAs, etc.), and have no more than three years as a lieutenant commander. In order to be competitive as a 3100, a masters degree is strongly recommended. Officers who have served previously in tough visible tours that balance Supply Corps principle competency development and operational experience is preferred.

Officers selected for these opportunities must be ready to fill leadership and management positions at sea or overseas upon accession to the Active Component. As such, officers must have or must be able to pass a sea/overseas duty medical screening prior to reporting to their assigned duty location/platform.

A board will convene in the summer of 2020 to review packages and make selections. Applications are due 2 July, 2020. For additional eligibility and package requirements, please contact 901-874-4624 or email supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil. A sample package can be found on the career counselor website at:

https://www.public.navy.mil/BUPERS-NPC/OFFICER/DETAILING/RLSTAFFCORPS/SUPPLY/Pages/CareerCounselor.aspx


M.C. SKUBIC
RADM, SC, USN
 

Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
28 MAY 2020


CY21 Training With Industry Selections

It is my pleasure to announce the officers selected for the CY21 Training
With Industry (TWI) Program. TWI is a 12-month program providing Supply
Corps lieutenants and lieutenant commanders the opportunity to represent the
Navy at Fortune 500 corporations. Officers selected for this program are
exposed to executive-level decision-making in order to expand their
professional supply and logistics experience.

Officers selected:

LT Christopher J. Brown, PG Texas A&M University
Starbucks Coffee Company (Seattle, Washington)

LCDR Remuis D. Walls, Special Operations Command - Pacific
The Home Depot (Atlanta, Georgia)

LCDR Daniel Maldonado III, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center San Diego
ExxonMobil (Houston, Texas)

LCDR Carlisle C. Pennycooke, USS Dwight D Eisenhower (CVN 69)
FedEx (Memphis, Tennessee)

LCDR Mabi S. Morgan, PG Naval Postgraduate School
Deloitte (Arlington, Virginia)

Alternates:
LCDR Amanda M. Jones, PG Naval Postgraduate School
LCDR Les M. Begin, PG University of Kansas

Upon completion of their respective fellowships, selectees will complete a
three-year follow-on tour in a supply chain management or auditing
assignment to best enhance the skills and experience obtained during their
TWI assignments.

Please join me in congratulating these officers on their selection!


M.C. SKUBIC
RADM, SC, USN
 


Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
14 MAY 2020

FY21 Supply Corps Captain Selections

Congratulations to the following Supply Corps officers selected for promotion to the rank of Captain.

Ryan P. Anderson
Sean M. Andrews
Donald E. Baker
Mark S. Bowmer
Patrick W. Brown
Christopher M. Buczkowski
Keith A. Capper
Stefan Edwards
Vincent V. Erno
Dale A. Haney
Ronald L. Hoak, II
Peter J. Holdorf
David J. Huber
Kenneth J. Jackson
Carl W. Koch
Shani S. LeBlanc
Cass K. Madson
Craig A. Mihalik
Frank D. Miller
Christopher A. Newell
David W. Pavlik
Ryan M. Perry
Joseph C. Pestar, Jr.
Joseph H. Peth
Allen Rivera
David W. Rodebush
Phoebe U. Tamayo
James A. Trout
Juan C. Uribe
Kristian L. Wahlgren
Shannon W. Walker
Alexander D. Wallace, III
Melissia A. Williams
Michelle M. Williams
Daryl M. Wilson
Glenn A. Wright

Attaining the rank of Captain is the culmination of years of hard work, dedication to the Navy and sustained, superior performance.
Please join me in congratulating these outstanding Supply Corps officers.



M.C. SKUBIC
RADM, SC, USN

 



Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
06 MAR 2020


FY21 Command Master Chief and Command Senior Chief Board Results

Congratulations to the following Supply enlisted personnel who have been
selected for Command Master Chief and Command Senior Chief by the FY21
Command Master Chief and Command Senior Chief Selection Boards.

Command Master Chief - Active
LSCM Evelyn H. Wallace ATG SAN DIEGO

Command Senior Chief - Active
LSCS David A. Adkins PCU JOHN F KENNEDY CVN 79
CSCS Jacelyne J. Augustin USS ASHLAND LSD 48
CSCS Michael Vira NSF POLAND
LSCS Avagayle D. Williams NRD NEW YORK

Command Senior Chief - Full Time Support
LSCS Yuvetta N. Abiera USS MESA VERDE LPD 19

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding senior enlisted leaders in their selection.


M.C. SKUBIC
RADM, SC, USN


 


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