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Oakleaf Cruisers Indulge their Sweet Tooth
Oakleaf Cruisers Indulge their Sweet Tooth
A visit to Regua started with a morning walk followed by a trip to the conventual sweets factory.  Cruisers watched as the conventual sweets were made and got to try their hand at making the sweets themselves!  To view more Douro cruise photos, visit our Facebook page.


                                                      
August 14, 2018

Welcome Message from the New Chief of the Supply Corps
Welcome Message from the New Chief of the Supply Corps
Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps 
17 July 2018

Welcome Message to the NAVSUP Enterprise and Supply Corps

Team, 

It is an honor and humbling occasion to return to Mechanicsburg and serve as Commander, NAVSUP and 48th Chief of Supply Corps. I am excited for the opportunity to work with the team of dedicated professionals in the NAVSUP Enterprise, the Navy Supply Corps, and our supply community. Together, we will continue the hard work of those who have gone before us to ensure our logistics community effectively serves the fleet and improves warfighter sustainment.

As we help build the Navy the Nation needs, NAVSUP has a key role in supporting improved readiness and increased lethality by ensuring sustainment of our military might. We will continue NAVSUP's reform and modernization efforts, focused on improving our business processes to increase the speed of support and to rally with other key players in Navy sustainment. Our processes must achieve best value solutions, while balancing cost and performance from requirements determination to the last tactical mile. Every year, we will improve the capability of our naval and joint forces, make progress on audit, and devise solutions in the industrial mission set to accelerate the return of ships and aircraft to the fleet.

As we continue to evolve logistics support, a central priority for me is taking care of our diverse and mighty Navy supply logistics team around the globe with the right culture, right training, and right focus. We will continue to promote a culture of character and competence and we will ensure our people are poised to support our critical mission as we will build to new levels of performance.  

We must and will adapt to the evolving landscape of the competition with a relentless commitment to responsiveness, reliability, and innovation. Together, we will always be ready to serve, ready to sustain the fight, and “Ready for Sea.”


M. C. SKUBIC 
RADM, SC, USN
July 17, 2018

Supply Corps Active Component Commander Selections
Supply Corps Active Component Commander Selections
Congratulations to current Foundation board member CDR (sel) Karlie Blake, former board member CDR (sel) Scott Long, current Heritage committee volunteer CDR (sel) Thurman Phillips, former Kansas chapter president CDR (sel) Christopher Radke, and all of the others selected for promotion to Commander!
 
Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
06 July 2018

FY19 Supply Corps Active Component Commander Selections

Congratulations to the following Supply Corps officers who have been
selected for promotion to the rank of Commander.

Albano Jonathan D
Ambrosino Vincent M
Blake Karlie M
Bryant Clinton S
Calandruccio Jason D
Coffeen William I IV
Colburn Brian D
Combs Suquon D
Coomes Eric J
Dalphonse Diana I
Daniel Autumn L
Dawson Eugene Jr
Decker Erik A
Ellis Duncan R
Ellis Krysten J
Engler Kirk A
Findley Kenneth E
Frey Monica M
Gardner Maxine J
Harper Jason P
Hunt William B
Huttleston Scott T
Ileto Jason V
Iliff Ian G
Kemper Brennan J
Kidd Michael A
Lattus Gene M
Long Scott A
May Benjamin I
Mcintyre Donald M
Mitchell Jamie L
Mullerheim Michael J
Nichols Benjamin S
Oconnor Christopher F
Phillips Thurman B
Quinn Douglas M
Radke Christopher C
Smith Jarrod H
Smoak Donna L
Sonon Albert T IV
Sweetser Jared J
Tamez John
Taylor Robin L
Tew Andrew J
Whittle Blake A
Yau Raymond C
Zakar James P

Attaining the rank of Commander is the culmination of years of hard work and
dedication to the United States Navy.  Please join me in congratulating
these outstanding Supply Corps officers.

J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN
July 09, 2018

Oakleaf July Issue Now Online
Oakleaf July Issue Now Online

Since 1971, the Foundation has awarded over $5.7 million in scholarships to 2,431 of our family members, including children and spouses.  Want to learn more about the most recent class of recipients?  Check out the July issue of The Oakleaf online to see the list of selectees.  And then go straight to www.usnscf.com and click on some of their one-minute videos describing how the scholarship made a difference for them.  Talk about making a difference...your generosity has made so much possible for these deserving Supply Corps family members.
 
Also included in this issue are profiles of RADM (Ret.) Ted Walker and Board member CAPT (Ret.) Tiffany Schad, more Memories and Sea Stories reported by RADM (Ret.) Dan McKinnon, tips on how to get more involved in the work of the Foundation, suggestions on staying connected as you PCS and much more.   
The July issue is available now at www.usnscf.com;  paper copies will follow in a few weeks. Want to help save on printing and postal costs? Opt Out of receiving the paper copy by logging in to your account and unchecking the Opt In box under the daytime phone number. Or notify the Foundation office by calling (706)354-4111, sending an email to Foundationadmin@usnscf.com or sending a note to 3651 Mars Hill Road, Suite 200B, Watkinsville, GA 30677.
 
Letters to the editor, story ideas and news items for The Oakleaf can be sent toTheOakleaf@usnscf.com.  Deadline for the November 2018 issue is September 15.
                
Your involvement is what makes all this possible.  Best wishes for a joyous Fourth of July and thank you again for your support.
 
 
RADM Linda Bird, SC, USN (Ret.)
June 28, 2018

Meet the Foundation Scholarship Recipients!
Meet the Foundation Scholarship Recipients!

Eighty-five students were chosen to receive scholarships from the Navy Supply Corps Foundation for the 2018-2019 school year.  Have you ever wondered how these awards make a difference for the children and grandchildren of Navy Supply Corps officers and enlisted personnel who received them?  The scholarship recipients were given the opportunity to submit a video to let us know what the awards mean to them. These are all video "selfies" (60 seconds or less) describing how they felt getting this help. Check them out HERE!

For more information about the Scholarship program, or to donate to ensure the work of the Foundation continues, go to our website at www.usnscf.com/Foundation/pages/Programs/Scholarship
 
June 25, 2018

Our Mission

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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The St. Louis chapter at the Boathouse in Forest Park
RADM (ret) Mike Lyden presents Foundation Volunteer of the Year award to LCDR Craig Dziewiatkowski
Hawaii chapter celebrates the Supply Corps Birthday aloha-style!
Oakleaf cruisers board Scenic Azure for Portugal cruise
Congratulations to the BQC Foundation Leadership Award winners ENS Comatrice Martin and ENS Bernardo Tinoco. From left to right: CAPT Doug Noble, Jack Evans, ENS Bernardo Tinoco, ENS Comatrice Martin, RADM Keith Jones

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In Memoriam

CDR Roger Albert Marien, SC, USN (Ret.)

May 2018


CAPT Walter R. Haidet, SC, USN (Ret.)

January 2016


LT Bernard S. Hruzek, SC, USN (Ret.)

July 2011


LT La Vern Roschewski, SC, USN (Ret.)

October 2014


LCDR Roger O. Moen, SC, USN (Ret.)

March 2017


CDR Samuel Beverly Allen, Jr, SC, USN (Ret.)

November 2015