Social Media Sites of Interest
Every day, people use social media to discuss, debate, and communicate topics important to the Supply Corps community.
Visit the social media pages listed below to read, listen, view and join the conversation.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with recommendations for other social networking sites that should be added to this list.
Note: These social networking sites are not owned or managed by Navy Supply Corps Foundation, and NSCF is not responsible for the comments of others on these sites. To participate, you must join each of the social networks individually.
See how the Supply Corps community is sharing and connecting using Facebook. Stay connected with the Foundation and Chapters.
Official Navy Supply Corps Foundation Facebook page
Hampton Roads Chapter
Naples Area Chapter
Patuxent River Chapter
San Diego Chapter
St. Louis Area Chapter
Washington Area Chapter
Stay connected with “Fun Bunch” groups at various Chapters that provide opportunities for spouses in the Supply Corps community to socialize and network.
Stay connected with other entities important to the Supply Corps community.
Official U.S. Navy Facebook page
Official Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Facebook page
Chief of Supply Corps Facebook page
U.S. Navy Supply Corps School Facebook page
U.S. Navy Culinary Specialists (CS) Facebook page
See what others are sharing with respect to the U.S. Navy and Supply Corps.
Navy Live – Official blog of the U.S. Navy
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) blog
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) blog
U.S. Naval Institute (USNI) blog
U.S. Naval Institute (USNI) Naval History blog – Supply Corps History
Connect to the U.S. Navy and share your thoughts, links, and photos using Google+.
Use this microblogging site to keep in touch and up-to-date with friends of the Supply Corps community.
Official United States Navy Twitter page
Official Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Twitterpage
USS Midway Museum Twitter page
Network with other Foundation members and the Supply Corps community, and see who they're connected to. LinkedIn is a professionally oriented social network that can help you share your knowledge and expertise.
Supply Corps Community LinkedIn Groups include the following:
Official Navy Supply Corps Foundation LinkedIn group
Group Type: Professional. 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. See us at www.USNSCF.com
UNITED STATES NAVY SUPPLY CORPS OFFICERS
Group Type: Professional. This group is designed for current and former Navy Supply Corps Officers, both Active and Reserve. In order to be eligible for membership in this group, you must have, at one time, worn the Oakleaf as a uniformed member of the United States Navy…..
Group Type: Professional. The US Navy Supply Corps is the "Top Brand" of logistics & financial managers in the US Armed Forces. This group is for former/current Navy Supply Corps officers & ratings to professionally network and to reestablish contact with former shipmates and colleagues.
SUPPLY CORPS OFFICERS (Active & Retired)
Group Type: Professional. This group is a networking bridge for all Active and Retired US Navy Supply Corps Officers.
Group Type: Alumni. Naval Supply Corps School in Athens Ga has trained Naval Officers in the areas of Procurement, Purchasing, Supply-chain operations, and logisitcs.
Group Type: Networking. This group is for current and former Reserve Supply personnel to network and advance both their Civilian and Reserve careers
Access YouTube channels important to the Supply Corps community.
U.S. Navy YouTube Library http://www.youtube.com/user/usnavy
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) YouTube Library http://www.youtube.com/NAVSUPHEADQUARTERS
USS Midway Museum YouTube Library http://www.youtube.com/ussmidwaymuseum
Browse and see photos in the Official U.S. Navy Flickr page and USS Midway Museum Flickr page.