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Colonial Capital is navy capital for expeditionary logistics

Colonial Capital is navy capital for expeditionary logistics Daniel L. Freye To most Americans, Williamsburg, Va., is known as the Colonial Capital. To the “Combat Stevedores” of the Navy, Williamsburg–or more precisely, the Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, Cheatham Annex–is known as the capital of Navy expeditionary logistics. Permanent home to the Commander, Naval Expeditionary Logistics […]

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CAPT Edwin A. Victoriano

CAPT Edwin A. Victoriano CAPT Edwin A. Victoriano, SC, USN, completed 30 years of active service and retired on July 1, 2004, after serving at Trident Refit Facility, Kings Bay, Ga. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of the East, Manila, Philippines, and his master’s degrees from Naval Postgraduate School and Navy War […]

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Retirements

Retirements Rear Admiral Mark A. Young RDML Mark A. Young, SC, USN, completed 30 years of active service and retired on July 1, 2003, after serving as Deputy Director, Defense Finance and Accounting Service. A native of Rochester, New York, RDML Young began his career in 1973 as damage control assistant on USS Koelsch (FF […]

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NCHB-9 awarded “Battle E” selection marks battalion as best of type

NCHB-9 awarded “Battle E” selection marks battalion as best of type Michael Lilly COLUMBUS, Ohio — Navy Cargo Handling Battalion 9 was recently presented with the “Battle E” by the Commander, Naval Expeditionary Logistics Support Force (COMNAVELSF) as the best of type, winning the coveted Mayfield Award for 2003. The Mayfield Award, named in honor […]

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DCST DOT San Joaquin—small unit, big results

DCST DOT San Joaquin—small unit, big results Bob Bechill Providing world-class logistics support is the Defense Logistics Agency’s (DLA) primary mission. An integral part of that mission is the support provided by one of DLA’s key Reserve components: Defense Contingency Support Team-Distribution Operations Team (DCST-DOT) San Joaquin. Based out of the Defense Distribution Depot San […]

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FISC Sigonella—expanding the logistics network in Europe

FISC Sigonella—expanding the logistics network in Europe Larry H. Arcement, Jr. A European Navy supply center has been conceptualized for many years. As part of a strong collaborative initiative between Commander, Naval Forces Europe; Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command; Commander, Navy Installations; and Commander, Navy Region Europe, the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Sigonella (FISCSI) […]

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Supply enlisted superstars – News from the Command Master Chief

Supply enlisted superstars – News from the Command Master Chief – Brief Article Sailor of the Quarter SK2 (AW/SW) Bobby Miller Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Norfolk SKI (SW/AW) Allen Meadows Fitting Out and Supply Support Assistance Center Junior Sailor of the Quarter PC3 (SW) Chris Ervin FISC Norfolk SH2 (SW/AW) Myrline Guerrier, USN USS […]

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FY ’05 Supply Corps commander selection board results

FY ’05 Supply Corps commander selection board results Name Duty station at time of selection LCDR Carla M. Albritton FISC San Diego LCDR Michael L. Anderson USS Peleliu (LHA 5) LCDR Thomas S. Armstrong NASC/Air 2.0 CTS LCDR Raymond W. Bichard EUCOMHQ LCDR Victor D. Blanco PEO-C4I Space SDG LCDR Paul J.Bourgeois USS La Salle […]

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where you want to be!

The naval postgraduate school: where you want to be! Richard A. Paquette Much has been written in the Supply Corps concerning the importance of a master’s degree for continued advancement and how critical a postgraduate education is for successfully leading our Navy and Supply Corps into the future. My hope for this article is to […]

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CWO3 Charles Raymond J. Wharton

CWO3 Charles Raymond J. Wharton CWO3 Charles Raymond J. Wharton, SC, USN, completed 21 years of active service and retired on July l, 2004, after service on board USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7), Norfolk, Va. His previous duty stations include Navy Support Activity, Norfolk, Va.; USS George Washington (CVN 73); USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN […]