Replete with historical references, the book describes the establishment of the Supply Corps under Tench Francis and follows it to the Naval Supply Systems Command of today. In 150 pages it highlights in pictures, statistics and text, the growth and development of the U.S. Navy's supply, logistics, financial management, and contracting capability that enabled the United States Navy to operate indefinitely at sea and abroad. Through this historical context, you'll gain a new appreciation for what it means to be a U.S. Navy Supply Corps Officer.
"Ready for Sea: A History of the U. S. Navy Supply Corps" is a first of its kind and there are a limited number of copies. It will be a must have for anyone that wore, or will wear, an oak leaf on their uniform.
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DAU provides a workshop at no cost for labor for DOD entities, just cover any travel and training material costs associated with the training.
Info at: http://www.dau.mil/ma/Pages/acquisitionWorkshops.aspx
In addition, DAU can tailor the workshop with your Contracts and Program Management Professionals, to use your requirements and build the Statement of Objectives, QA Plan, and a majority of the Draft RFP. We spread the training over several sessions and provide guidance in the contract formulation.
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UNITED STATES NAVY UNIFORM REGULATIONS
61002. UNIFORMS FOR RETIRED PERSONNEL
1. GENERAL. Retired officers and enlisted personnel, who are not on
active duty, may wear the uniform, insignia, and qualifications
corre-sponding to the rank or rating indicated on the retired list.
2. UNIFORM AUTHORIZED
a. Retired personnel may wear uniforms at ceremonies or official
functions when the dignity of the occasion and good taste dictate. Wearing
a uniform is appropriate for memorial services, weddings, funerals, balls,
patriotic or military parades, ceremonies in which any active or reserve
United States military unit is participating, and meetings or functions of
b. Retired personnel may wear the uniform of their grade while
instructing a cadet corps or similar organization at approved naval or
military academies or other approved academic institutions.
3. UNIFORM NOT AUTHORIZED. Retired personnel are prohibited from
wearing the uniform in connection with personal enterprises, business
activities, or while attending or participating in any demonstration,
assembly or activity for the purpose of furthering personal or partisan
views on political, social, economic, or religious issues.
4. FOREIGN COUNTRIES. Retired personnel, who are not on active duty,
living or visiting a foreign country, may only wear a uniform to attend
ceremonies or social functions when wearing a uniform is required by the
terms of the invitations of customs of the country.
5. GROOMING STANDARDS. Retired personnel must comply with the
grooming standards in these regulations, but uniforms and equipment may
either be those prescribed here or those authorized at the time of their
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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