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Don't miss your chance to earn $$$ for college!

The 2019-2020 Navy Supply Corps Scholarship Application must be received by FEBRUARY 28!

Application instructions found here!
Bridgette Wadge
2018-2019 Scholarship Recipient

ELIGIBILITY: For all scholarships, the applicant must: 
  1. Be a spouse, child or grandchild of a living or deceased regular, retired, reserve or prior service Supply Corps officer.
  2. Be a spouse or child of an Active or Retired Enlisted with supply enlisted rating (e.g., AK, SK, MS/CS, SH, DK, LI, PC, LS).
  3. Recipient must attend a two (2) or four (4) year accredited college and should be a full-time undergraduate student. (Note: Spouse scholarships are available for spouses who are enrolled for a minimum of 6 hours per semester, undergraduate only)
All online and mail in portions are due in the office by February 28. 2019.  Winners will be announced the end of May.
January 23, 2019

FLASH FROM THE CHIEF: National African American/Black History Month
FLASH FROM THE CHIEF: National African American/Black History Month
Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
8 FEB 2019

National African American/Black History Month

This February we celebrate the achievements of African Americans and pay tribute to the generations who overcame adversity to realize their full rights and liberties as American citizens. Our annual commemoration, which began in 1926, serves as a time to reflect on the role African Americans played in shaping the history, culture and identity of the United States and the U.S. Navy.

This year's theme, "Black Migrations," emphasizes the movement of African Americans to new destinations and social realities in the United States. This demographic shift remade our Nation in ways still enduring today - culturally, politically, and socially. African Americans have a long and enduring heritage of Naval service marked by distinguished performance ashore and afloat during periods of peace and conflict. 

The Navy advanced racial integration during World War II, training a generation of African American officers and enlisted personnel to serve and lead. One such pioneer was Vice Adm. Samuel Lee Gravely Jr., who overcame prejudice and discriminatory policies and excelled in a period of great change. During his Navy career (1942-1980), he became the first African American to command a U.S. Navy warship (USS Theodore E. Chandler (DD-717)), be promoted to flag rank, and command a U.S. Fleet (Commander, 3rd Fleet). 

Another inspiring Sailor is Petty Officer Doris "Dorie" Miller, the first African American to receive the Navy Cross. Serving as a mess attendant on the battleship USS West Virginia (BB 48) during the Pearl Harbor attack, Dec. 7, 1941, he bravely rescued shipmates, then subsequently manned a .50 caliber anti-aircraft gun, firing at attacking planes until he ran out of ammunition.

Over 103,000 African Americans are serving in the Navy today across the active duty, Reserve and civilian components. Our people and our culture of inclusion remain a priority and we continue to celebrate the diversity that makes our Navy and Nation great.


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February 08, 2019

Congratulations to former San Diego Chapter President RDML Peter Stamatopolous and RDML Alan Reyes on their nominations for promotion to Rear Admiral. Former Foundation Scholarship Chair, CAPT Ken Epps, was nominated for promotion to Rear Admiral (lower half). The nominations were announced yesterday by Chief of the Supply Corps, RADM Michelle Skubic.

Best wishes to all for continued success!

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February 05, 2019

Within Our Community: As You Transition...
Within Our Community: As You Transition...
Over the next few weeks, you will notice a new addition to our website! Located on the homepage, "Within Our Community" will include news, resources and topics of interest that are relevant to our Supply Corps and greater Navy communities.

Our first article is recommended by the Transition Committee. Discover the 5 Things You Need to Know when transitioning from the Navy into the private sector.

Check out our Transition page for more tips and best practices when beginning your post-Navy career.

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January 23, 2019

Support the Foundation through AmazonSmile!
Support the Foundation through AmazonSmile!
You can now support the Navy Supply Corps Foundation while shopping on Amazon! 

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to have a portion of the purchase price of your order go to the Foundation. Just go to!

On your first visit to AmazonSmile, you need to select a charitable organization to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at will result in a donation. 

Thank you for supporting the Foundation through Amazon!
January 24, 2019

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 to the Supply Corps Community.

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The St. Louis chapter at the Boathouse in Forest Park
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
"River, Valley, and Ship" photo by Carolyn Adler. Winner of the Douro Cruise photo contest.

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*** 2019 OP Roadshow *** (Northwest)

Tuesday Feb 19, 2019

*** 2019 OP Roadshow Social *** (Northwest)

Tuesday Feb 19, 2019

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Wednesday Feb 20, 2019

224th Supply Corps Ball (Northwest)

Friday Feb 22, 2019

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In Memoriam

RADM William Egbert Powell, Jr, SC, USN (Ret.)

February 2019

CAPT Andrew Flowers Barnett, Jr, SC, USN (Ret.)

October 2018

CAPT Alvin .. Moore, SC, USN (Ret.)

September 2018

CDR Brian Joseph Cowan, SC, USN (Ret.)

January 2019

LT Frank Norman "Norm" Grayson, SC, USN (Ret.)

January 2019

CDR John R. "Jack" Ebey, SC, USN (Ret.)

December 2018