This year we are working closely with Dixon Golf to bring you even better ways to win! Some opportunities include:
Par 3 Game
Every golfer gets a free ball. For an optional $10 to participate, golfers get an annual subscription to Golf Digest ($12+ value) and a chance to hit 2 balls off the tee (their ball and the Dixon ball). If they get a ball on the green on the first hit, they win a sleeve of balls ($10). On average, 50% of people win the sleeve of balls. If everyone plays the game, the team wins a birdie for the hole.
Par 5 Game
For an optional $20 to participate, golfers get a certificate for a $150 hybrid or wedge club, two hits off the tee (test the new driver vs. their club) to get the ball into hula hoops spread over the fairway from 150 - 300 yards from the tee. If they get the ball into the hula hoop, they win their choice of a custom driver or $500 Novatti watch. They also get a raffle ticket for the same prizes. If everyone plays, the players get to pick up their balls and advance to 100 yards from the pin where they take the first hit that counts on this hole. Many golfers are able to get a Double Eagle on the hole.
We also provide a hole-in-one prize for both the Par 3 and Par 5 games. Winners have a chance at a million dollars at the finals of the Fiesta Bowl Million Dollar Hole-in-One Challenge, skipping the prelims and going straight to the finals. We pay for the hole-in-one insurance.
I've attached a flyer below for more details, but feel free to reach out to the coordinators, LCDR Lindsay Anderson and LCDR Ryan Hughes directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist where we can. If you are ready to play, please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-nscf-dc-springfest-golf-tournament-tickets-43554925956.
Have a great day.
LCDR Lindsay R. Anderson and LCDR Ryan Hughes NSCF-WAC Springfest, Co-Chairs
Golf Tourney Flyer
20 APR 2018
Reforming NAVSUP for the Navy's Future
As our Armed Forces adapt to a faster-paced, more complex, and increasingly competitive security environment, NAVSUP is reforming to meet the changing needs to ensure mission success. Further, Defense Secretary Mattis tasked DoD to reform business practices, streamline requirements and acquisition processes, and execute the DoD's first full-scope audit. Each of us has a role in the changes we need to build the Navy the Nation Needs.
Driving our reform initiative is a desire to realign so we are closer to our customers, to help them get what they need quicker and with better effectiveness. As a Navy command, NAVSUP is best positioned to understand the customers' world as our own, providing close collaboration and customer-focused metrics. Reasserting NAVSUP's role as the Navy's Title 10 leader for supply chain management is also a core element of our reform initiative. As the lead supply support provider for Navy, NAVSUP fulfills naval force requirements organically and via both public and private organizations that provide segments of supply support. Only you, our NAVSUP and Supply Corps team, can integrate these segments into a comprehensive, tailored solution to meet the full Navy requirement.
Digitization is another key part of our reform. For us to provide the enhanced agility and customer service our Navy and Joint warfighters need, next generation forecasting will leverage advanced analytics and data feeds to anticipate customer demands. You will see improved data analytics and new digital technology being implemented throughout our programs and processing, including forecasting.
Recognizing that investing in you, our people, is vital to the success of any initiative, enabling the workforce is another core component of our reform initiative. We host a culture of excellence that develops and trains our people and the next generation of leaders. NAVSUP will identify, hire, train, and retain the new era workforce. Civilians are NAVSUP's consistent and dependable core of our global workforce.
NAVSUP is optimally positioned for us to more directly engage and support our customers through these demands. Our spring edition of the Supply Corps Newsletter, available at http://scnewsltr.dodlive.mil, focuses on reform and provides further examples of how we are reforming.
You are making this happen. Many of our commands are already implementing reform initiatives. Over the next 18 months, a steering committee led by NAVSUP senior leaders, will oversee our Reform Program and work several specific lines of effort. Some of these efforts will include integrating next generation technological advances into every supply chain process, investing in high-value technologies to improve processes, and leveraging data analytics. In the end, our initiative will forge the organization for sustained performance by evolving the NAVSUP operating model so we remain always ready, resourceful, responsive!
We will keep you updated as our Reform Program matures.
J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN
10 APR 2018
Supply Corps Flag Nominated for Promotion
Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer and Chief of Naval Operations ADM John M. Richardson announced that Navy Rear Admiral (Lower Half) Michelle C. Skubic, who has been selected for promotion to the rank of Rear Admiral, will be assigned as Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) and Chief of Supply Corps, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. RDML Skubic is currently serving as commander, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Land and Maritime, Columbus, Ohio.
RDML Skubic earned a bachelor's degree from California State University, Fullerton and holds a Master of Science in Acquisition and Contract Management from Naval Post Graduate School. She is also a graduate of the Joint Forces Staff College and the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Executive Development Institute.
RDML Skubic's previous duty stations include director, Logistics, Fleet Supply and Ordnance, N4, United States Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, chief of staff, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania; commanding officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk, Virginia; director of supplier operations, DLA Aviation, Richmond, Virginia; deputy force supply officer, Commander, Naval Surface Forces, San Diego, California; deputy department head for program contracts, Naval Air Systems Command in Patuxent River, Maryland; combined bachelor quarters officer and Aviation Support Division officer, Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily; and services officer and carrier readiness officer at Commander, Naval Air Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, San Diego, California. Her afloat tours include USS GEORGE H. W. BUSH (CVN 77), USS MCFAUL (DDG 74), and USS ACADIA (AD 42).
Please join me in congratulating RDML Skubic on her promotion and new assignment!
J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN
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