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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
22 SEP 2017

FY18 Supply Corps Reserve Component Lieutenant Commander Selections

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

Jesse U. Acevedo
Allison N. Adams-Jones
Raymond S. Alley
Leonardo A. Arias
John A. Arnold
Michael H. Baugh
Timothy W. Blank
Taylor W. Burks
Glenn A. Conley
Craig C. Creegan
Robert J. Devlin
Walter L. Epps
Brian C. Farlow
Staci L. Findley
Timothy N. Firoved
Jason A. Gilmore
Gregory V. Glazachev
Heather E. Golightly
Maria A. Gonzales-Parkes
Zachariah A. Guthrie
Galina N. Halterman
Patrina Herring
April A. Icard
Nathaniel J. Klose
James J. Lavalle III
Justin D. Lessel
Gustavo Macias
Brian D. Macnew
Warren C. Mcclendon
Joel R. Mcmillan
Carlos E. Mercedvazquez
Shawn C. Miles
Eric M. Mills
Brad A. Moore
Nathan D. Patterson
Aaron R. Piontek
Afi Y. Pittman
Glenn A. Poole
Kevin M. Powers
Richard A. Reese
Chris K. Sacks
Ronald L. Scheaffer, Jr.
Michael R. Scoffone
Rosemary Semonski
Drew H. Smith
Thomas L. Stengrim
Matthew L. Stevenson
Allison P. Stridh
Robert J. Stuart
Jessica Sutton
Ethan J. Tabares
Robert G. Tebbetts
Scott A. Vanarsdel
Kevin J. Wallace
Kathryn S. Wrazidlo
Jeremy W. Wright
Jeffrey L. Youngblood

Full Time Support (FTS)

Lisa M. Holsberger
Jose A. Lopez II
Darcia M. Treadwell

Attaining the rank of Lieutenant 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

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
22 SEP 2017

FY18 Supply Corps Active Component Chief Warrant Officer Selections

Congratulations to the following Supply Corps officers who have been selected for promotion to the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 5/4/3.

CWO5
Cesario P. Valencia, Jr.
Harrison Wright III

CWO4
Rolando C. Abad, Jr.
William F. Germer
Kenneth L. Miller
Jeffrey L. Walker

CWO3
Paulangelo A. Arboleda
Robert M. Compton
Donnie L. Townsend

Attaining the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 5/4/3 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

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
22 September 2017

National Hispanic Heritage Month

During National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Navy joins the nation in celebrating Hispanic culture and history, recognizing the contributions made by Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. The celebration dates back to 1968, when it began as Hispanic Heritage Week. In 1988, it was expanded to cover a 30-day period starting on Sept. 15 and ending on Oct. 15.

The unique dates of this heritage month were chosen to encompass the Independence Day anniversaries for Latin American countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico and Chile.

This year's theme, "Shaping the Bright Future of America," invites us to reflect on Hispanic Americans' vitality and meaningful legacy in our Nation's cultural framework. Hispanics shape the bright future of America through contributions to national endeavors and all aspects of daily life. Whether defending our Nation or exploring the universe, conducting scientific research or providing community services, Hispanic Americans are key contributors to our success. We see Hispanic heritage in the arts, in our local, state, and federal government, and in business. Hispanics enrich the fabric of America to make it brighter and stronger.

Throughout the Navy Supply Corps and Naval Supply Systems Command, we continue to embrace a culture of inclusion as we strive to mirror the diversity of our society. There are more than 57,000 Hispanic American Sailors, as well as more than 16,000 Hispanic American civilian employees working for the Department of the Navy. They are present among every rate, rank, and career field. Their tireless commitment to faith, family, and hard work is admirable. Their traditions and customs are a foundation for our past, present, and future.

During National Hispanic Heritage Month, let us continue to celebrate Hispanic culture, and recognize the countless contributions made by Hispanic Americans to our country.



J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
22 SEP 2017

FY18 Supply Corps Commander Command Ashore Slate

It is my pleasure to announce the fiscal year 2018 Commander Command Ashore assignments:

COMMAND ASHORE          FROM                            TO
Joseph C. Pestar, Jr.           NAVSUP FLC WHDBY                Priority Material Office
Eric D. Lockett                 DLA Aviation                    DLA Energy Region Pacific
Michael R. Wilson               COMLOG WESTPAC          DLA Energy Americas West
Vincent V. Erno                 DLA Headquarters                DLA Distribution Sigonella
Allen Rivera                    NAVSUP WSS MECH         DLA Distribution Yokosuka

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding Supply Corps officers who have been selected to fill these critical command ashore billets. Well done!


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN


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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
18 SEPT 2017

Suicide Prevention Month

"Every Sailor, Every Day" is the Navy's Suicide Prevention Month theme this year. Learning to better understand the suicide warning signs and showing compassion is not limited to one month. Every day presents an opportunity to be there for your shipmates. With this in mind, the Navy's "1 Small ACT" encourages simple actions that can make a difference in the lives of others, while leveraging relationships between peers and community members. ACT stands for Ask, Care, Treat, three simple yet affective actions we can all take:

Ask - Asking questions is the primary means to reach out to a person potentially in need.
Care - People need to know that they are valued.
Treat - Take suicidal threats and behaviors seriously. Never leave the person alone.

Be accountable for each other. We all have the responsibility to help prevent suicide, regardless if the individual is a Sailor, a Navy civilian, a support contractor, or a family member. Pay attention to your shipmates and colleagues, and be ready, willing, and able to assist as soon as you see someone struggling with anger, mood changes, anxiety, or hopelessness. If you are in need of help, self-acknowledgement is a sign of strength; it is okay to ask for assistance.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911. If you or someone you know is in crisis, help is just a call away. Confidential support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year through the Crisis Call Center at-1-800-273-8255.  Further national suicide prevention lines can be reached at 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) and 1-800-273-TALK (8255). For more information, visit http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/support/21st_Century_Sailor/suicide_Prevention.

This month is a reminder that we are accountable for Every Sailor, Every Day.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
15 SEP 2017

POW/MIA Recognition Day

National Prisoner of War/Missing in Action (POW/MIA) Recognition Day is a national day of observance for Americans to remember, honor, and revere those who were POWs and those who remain MIA from our Nation's wars. Across the Nation on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, Americans will gather to honor these service members and their families, and highlight our government's commitment to find and account for every missing military member.

This day of recognition is a time to remember the faces of prisoners of war, to remember the names of those missing in action, and to reaffirm the pledge of our nation's leaders to account for every service member who did not come home. The stark black and white banner symbolizing America's POW/MIAs waves boldly as a solemn reminder of our obligation to always remember the sacrifices made to defend our Nation. The POW/MIA table is set as a place setting for one, a table for all. The empty chair depicts an unknown face, representing no specific Soldier, Sailor, Airman, or Marine, but all who are not here with us.

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) remains vigilant in its efforts to find and recover the remains of our fallen heroes. At present, more than 83,000 Americans' remains are missing from world conflicts. In fiscal year 2017, DPAA has identified more than 100 Americans who have been returned to their families for burial with full military honors. For decades, the U.S. has conducted joint field activities throughout countries where we last saw our comrades. Field teams continue to investigate crash and burial sites, as well as interview local citizens to gain additional knowledge. The U.S. also continues to obtain access to historical wartime records and archives that provide information relevant to the fates of missing Americans.

Today, we pay tribute to these heroes and their families. We keep the struggles of these men and women, and their suffering families in the forefront of our conscience. It is through sharing their stories that we are able to keep the memory of these men and women alive. Let us keep hope in our hearts for those held captive and for those who are still missing, and renew our promise that "you are not forgotten."


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
14 SEP 2017

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day

Each year on September 17, we observe Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to recognize the signing of the Constitution and to celebrate the honor and responsibility of U.S. citizenship.

In the summer of 1787, thirty-nine delegates met in Philadelphia to create a document that would provide balance and freedom, include federal and state interests, and protect individual human rights.  The delegates signed the Constitution of the United States on September 17, and it was ratified into law the following year.

The Constitution changed the course of history by codifying the foundation of our government and the basic rights of our citizens.  It has expanded over the years to adapt to our nation's changing character.  Today, it continues to secure the privileges we enjoy as citizens, providing for our participation, responsibility, and service to our country, and to one another.

September 17 is a day to think about our men and women in uniform all over the world who swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and to appreciate their service and sacrifice for the United States of America.

I encourage each of you to reflect on the importance of active citizenship with a servant's heart, and to courageously support and defend the noble ideals our forefathers envisioned for our country.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN
 

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
7 SEP 2017

Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance

This year marks the 16th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 that killed nearly three thousand people, while destroying the World Trade Center, crashing into the Pentagon, and downing Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

The world is different now. Bags are checked at baseball games, metal detectors flank the doors at theaters and airport security remains high.  Pennsylvania Avenue is closed to traffic in front of the White House. Public buildings are less accessible. Our service members remain deployed to Afghanistan and around the globe, fighting an elusive enemy to protect our nation and world.

The events are changing from vivid memory to profound history. Approximately one quarter of all Americans are too young to have any recollection of 9/11. College-aged students now look at 9/11 as a historical event in textbooks, like the attack on Pearl Harbor and the sinking of the Lusitania.

What hasn't changed, though, is the American spirit that drives us to reflect on the moments of our past that shape our history and define our destiny. It is this spirit that brought strangers together after 9/11, regardless of background. We connected in grief and patriotism. We helped each other.

It is most fitting that Patriot Day is also National Day of Service and Remembrance. Abraham Lincoln said, "To ease another's heartache is to forget one's own." Families of 9/11 victims need this. The elderly need this. The hungry need this. Those suffering from disease need this. Americans still need this. And, we still need each other.

We are reminded on this day to rekindle that feeling of unity. Consider volunteering in your community, or helping a co-worker or neighbor. We all have challenges at one time or another, and your kindness can mean a great deal to someone suffering in silence.

Please keep in mind those who survived that day, as we pay tribute to all people through our selfless acts of kindness.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
6 SEP 2017

Operational Logistics (OPLOG) Additional Qualification Designations (AQD) 9L1 and 9L2

To identify, track, and effectively assign officers who have demonstrated OPLOG experience, the Supply Corps has established Additional Qualification Designation (AQD) codes 9L1 and 9L2. AQD 9L1 will identify officers who have completed one proven OPLOG tour and will be represented by code OPLOGOFF1 on the Officer Data Card. AQD 9L2 will identify officers who have completed two or more proven OPLOG tours and will be represented by OPLOGOFF2 on the Officer Data Card.

Awarding criteria for AQDs 9L1 and 9L2 can be found in volume I, part D of the Manual of Navy Officer Manpower and Personnel Classifications (October 2017 release).

Officers who believe their experience qualifies them for assignment of AQD 9L1 or 9L2 must apply for award in writing. Requests should be sent to supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil and must include command endorsement (template is available on the Supply Corps Career Counselor webpage or in the Sample Letters and Packages screen in eSUPPO). AQDs will be awarded based solely on performance of duties documented in the officer's Fitness Reports. Officers will be expected to have served 18 consecutive months in a qualifying assignment. Exceptions may be considered under unique circumstances, such as a 12-month assignment to a qualifying tour.

For additional information about AQDs 9L1 or 9L2, please contact the Career Counselor by email using supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil or by telephone, 901-874-4626.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
31 AUG 2017

FY18 Active Duty Master Chief Results

Congratulations to the following Supply personnel who have been selected for promotion to Master Chief Petty Officer by the FY18 Active Duty E9 Selection Board.

CSCM - Master Chief Culinary Specialist
Romeo Agliam
Carlos Billingslea
Jeremy Colton
Jason Degraaf
Joseph Densmore
Kathyann Gomez
Nelle Kigembe
Rosanna Mcanaw
Jade Metz
Joseph Perches
Francisco Ramirez
Wesley Tavares
Michael Tiong
Christopher Valdez
Stephen Wilson

CSCM - Master Chief Culinary Specialist Submarine
Mark Anderson
David Holmes

LSCM - Master Chief Logistics Specialist Sylvester Adjei Gregory Bell Emmanuel Consulta La Alexus Dala Geordane Deleon Duane Forrest Markus Gallegos Aldith Gray Marcopaul Joven Stephanie Lerette Felix Middleton Jeany Nemenzo Norberto Santiago Lashaundra Sapp

SHCM - Master Chief Ships Serviceman
Angel Escribano
Paul Kapusta
Anthony Lai
Lori Mitchell
Lynford Rabsatt

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding senior enlisted leaders on their selection.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
24 AUG 2017

FY18 Supply Corps Major Command Ashore Slate

It is my pleasure to announce the Major Command Ashore assignment of the following officers in fiscal year 2018:

Captain                         Command Ashore
Kristin Acquavella              DLA Pacific
Brian J. Anderson               NAVSUP FLC San Diego
George E. Bresnihan             DCMA International
Patrick S. Brown                Naval Sea Logistics Center
Frederick M. Dini               DCMA Boston
Terrel J. Fisher                        NAVSUP FLC Bahrain
Bernard D. Knox         NAVSUP FLC Puget Sound
Frank E. Nevarez                NAVSUP FLC Yokosuka
Nickolas L. Rapley              Navy Supply Corps School
Lorenzo E. Williams             DCMA Baltimore

Please join me in congratulating these officers on their assignment to our community's most critical positions of trust and responsibility.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
24 AUG 2017

CY18 SC Commander Operational Slate

It gives me great pleasure to announce the CY 2018 Commander Operational assignments:
AS                                      From                            To
ALEXANDER D. WALLACE, III               NAVSUP FLC JAX          AS 40 FRANK CABLE

CVN                                     FROM                            TO
SCOTT A. ROSCOE                         COMNAVAIRPAC            CVN 71 THEODORE ROOSEVELT
SHANNON W. WALKER                       COMNAVAIRPAC            CVN 72 ABRAHAM LINCOLN
MATTHEW L. BOLLS                        JCS WASH DC                     CVN 74 JOHN C STENNIS
PETER J. HOLDORF                        NAVSUP FLC LEMRE                CVN 76 RONALD REAGAN
CHRISTOPHER M. BUCZKOWSKI               COMNAVAIRLANT           CVN 77 GEORGE H. W. BUSH

EXPEDITIONARY/NSW                       FROM                            TO
CIELO I. ALMANZA                        CNSSC FLD COM MG                NSW LOGSU ONE
DAVID W. RODEBUSH                       NAVSUP FLC SIG ROTA             NSW LOGSU THREE
DAVID W. PAVLIK                 ESG 3                           EOD SU ONE

LHA/LHD/ESG-7                   FROM                            TO
MATTHEW J. FAHNER                       NAVSUP WSS PHIL         LHA 6 AMERICA
CRAIG A. MIHALIK                        OPNAV                           LHD 2 ESSEX
TARA L. HODGE                           COMUSFLTFORCOM          LHD 3 KEARSARGE
PHOEBE U. TAMAYO                        NASC/AIR-1.0 PMO                LHD 4 BOXER
MARK S. BOWMER                  COMNAVSURFLANT          LHD 5 BATAAN
PETER M. BRAENDEHOLM            PEO (T) PAX RIVER               LHD 8 MAKIN ISLAND
DEBORAH K. MCIVY                        NAVSUP FLC SD           ESG-7

T-AH                                    FROM                            TO
KRISTIAN L. WAHLGREN                    TRANSCOM DDOC           T-AH 19 MERCY

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding Supply Corps officers who have been selected to fill these critical operational billets. Well done!


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
11AUG2017
Congratulations to the following Supply Corps officers who have been selected for promotion to the rank of Lieutenant Commander.

Anton A. Adam
Helena M. Atkins
Justin L. Bennett
Veronica Bennett
Brian M. Bieber
Teri A. Bolinsky
Garrett E. Bond
Erik J. Braceland
Joseph C. Brewen
Steven F. Briggs
Matthew G. Carroll
Paul E. Chapman
Benjamin M. Chime, Jr.
James P. Conklin
Gale A. Cook, III
Adam C. Coombs
David P. Couchman
Christopher T. Cromie
Paul C. Damore
Connor R. Darr
Robert J. Doggett, Jr.
James R. Donahue
Gibb A. Dungey
Capreece M. Dunklin
Austin D. Folster
Jimmy A. Foster, Jr.
Shanna M. Gainer
Honorato B. Gamboa, III
Kendrick R. Garrett
David K. Gibson
Jeffrey E. Good
Christian A. Grau
Chea V. Halehernandez
Wesley Y. Han
Joshua R. Hart
Casey J. Hebert
Bryce B. Hicks
Melissa A. Hillman
Benjamin E. Hixson
Jason D. House
Edwin F. Jimenez
Amanda M. Jones
Kory D. Krebs
Macdonald A. Laryea
Adam W. Lawrence
Dale P. Lessner
Taishan Lin
Vincent J. Linley
Gerome A. Lopez
Juan A. Luevano
Arnold M. Luminarias
Tu K. Luong
Nicholas C. Mader
Zachary C. Manriquez
Tucker H. Mckenney
Danilo J. Meulener, Jr.
Brij Mohan
Mabi S. Morgan
Kathryn L. Newsom
Daniel A. Nin
Tabitha V. Noel
Christopher T. Norman
Tyler S. Ordway
Lauren E. Peters
Jason A. Pirrallo
Thomas T. Poe
Christy F. Rieger
Elliot W. Riley
Paveena Ritthaworn
Clifford S. Rivera
Juan C. Sanchez
Robert J. Schmermund
Joshua R. Shiver
Maria C. Sierra
Aaron K. Smith
James M. Steele
Aerrick L. Steinwand
Kenneth D. Swing, Jr.
Win Thaw
Jason E. Thomas
Justin C. Tinsley
Richard K. Tisdale
Jose J. Tobias
Alessandro F. Tornatore
Long K. Tran
Anthony C. Urech
Julio A. Vargas
Chase A. Vizzier
Callan T. Walsh
Ashly L. Wisniewski
Ying P. Zhong

Attaining the rank of Lieutenant 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

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
08 AUG 2017

FY18 Supply Active Duty Chief Petty Officer Results

Congratulations to the following Supply community personnel who have been selected for promotion to Chief Petty Officer by the FY18 Active Duty E7 Selection Board.

Chief Culinary Specialist
Koffi Adjalle
Kevin Atangan
Roderick Baker
Joven Banayat Jr.
Marcos Banda
Patricia Bermudez
Charles Blanton
Richard Bouranel
Moses Brathwaite Jr.
William Brewer
Damon Brown
Zachary Brown
Kalin Byrd
Stanley Campbell
Dementrain Chew
Ariel Coley
Jesus Collazo
Marco Colldimayo
Lucille Conley
Carmen Cruz
Cynthia Cruz
Juan Cruzrodriguez
Laura Dedman
Francis Delrosario
Ainahau Desha
Terrell Downs
David Faydelarosa
Erica Fennell
Osman Fernandez
Adam Fletcher
Brian Flournoy
Marshall Ford II
Anthony Foster
James Frazier
Avegail Frigillana
Crystal Graham
Byron Green
Keis Hamilton
Kevon Henry
Cornelius Hepburn
Jeffrey Herrera
Zikiya Hobson
Shamar Hope
Ferlissia Hunnicutt
Jason Jefferson
Sonny Jimenez
Tiffara Jones
Werner Kamaunu
Cory Kennedy
Corey Knatt
Ronaldo Lanuza
Shamika Lee
Jeffrey Legaspi
Cortney Lewis
Jonathan Lewis II
Joseph Magri
Joe Mattia
Cory Mcclair
Alfredo Medina
Angel Melendez
Cory Mills
John Mobley
Eric Moore
Antonio Morton
Waltine Nauta
Veronyka Noble
Shannon Oneill
Jeffrey Palacpac
Patrick Parigi
Martin Parker
Joseline Paulino
Candyce Pendleton
Kenyatta Pore
Michelle Prendingue
Matthew Reikowski
Travis Rhinehart
Andre Rigmaiden
Luis Romeromartinez
Jesus Ron
Veronica Sebree
Magalie Shaw
Montreon Smith
Jason Stevenson
Richard Trignano Jr.
Mario Urbina
Jorge Vargas
David Wade
Fredrick Whisner II
Melvin Williams
Jamie Wyckoff
Nicholas Zaricor
Sean Zugsmith

Chief Culinary Specialist (Submarines)
Donta Allen
Andrew Barron
Jason Brackett
James Cox
Daniel Dunn
Christopher Engman
Eric Farmer
Nicholas Gagner
Steven Green
Beau Hyatt
Robert Keeffe
Christopher Kittinger
Marcus Knueppel
Evan Melton
Van Orr
Paul Penrose Jr.
Henry Rodriguez
Joshua Seelinger
Russell Vandeusen
Joseph White

Chief Logistics Specialist
Emmalyn Advincula
Jermaine Alcantara
Timothy Ankrom
Patricia Appleby
Exequiel Asuncion
Etienne Attobra
Jerome Balitaan
Minnel Balkum
Jennifer Banes
Gary Barbosa
Bryan Barnaby
Willie Bates
Ace Bernardino
Charles Book
Jeffrey Brant Jr.
Jonathan Brantley
Christopher Brengle
Maurice Britt III
Lisselot Brooks
Shannon Brosnan
Ernestine Burton
Terry Bynum
Marco Caban
Jose Camposflores
Sharon Canales
Mateo Canelahernandez
Noah Capulong
Jonathan Catangay
Guy Coleman
Reginald Corpuz
Joseph Cupp
Larry Cybulski
Wilson Dacasin
Kibwe Dacosta
Meisteffani David
Lucinda Davis
Sherry Dawkins
Eunice Defro Jr.
Freddie Dejesus
Dexter Devonish
Rogelio Diaz Jr.
Gene Dizon
Charles Ecklar
Shauntez Fair
Marion Farrales
Wilder Fermangomez
Yashika German
Tamara Gholson
Kevin Goleman
Dwight Gooding
Jacqueline Gozo
Margaret Gravning
Julius Green
Alisha Groff
Jerwin Guanga
Nadine Gue
Victor Ha
Michael Harder
Sofia Hernandez
Jonathan Herr
Larry James Jr.
Adam Jerasa
Ben Joseph
Thomas Joyce III
Nicholas Kankam
Chazwani Kelly
Samuel Kenyenso
Kenneth Kirkconnell
Michael Kleva
Mario Lacey
Floyd Ladd
Aaron Lambert
John Laughlin Jr.
Nikedra Lavender
Phuc Le
Jin Lee
Michael Lee
Candice Lewis
Oral Lewis
Jian Lin
Surangkhana Lofthus
Emilia Lopez
Brian Love
Todd Lowe
Roberto Lucero
Adam Martinez
Andres Matos Jr.
Daniel Matthews
Steve Mayo
Martha Mayoral
Nicholas Mcclair
Leon Mcclinton
Marlon Mcdonald
Frenesha Mcmillon
Charles Mcneely
Vincent Miller
Jonathan Miranda
Thomaskriztoffe Molina
Jill Monaghan
Courtney Montgomery
Joshua Moore
Alex Morrison
Marco Murillo
Walter Murillo
Jaleka Muse
Christopher Napalan
Joanathel Niblo
Alvin Norman Jr.
Rommel Nunag
Waldemar Paganrivera
Nicholas Pearson
Joelle Pena
Leomark Penados
Ricardo Perezochoa
Loc Phan
Joseph Phillips
Kristie Pierre
Norma Porter
Petricia Preston
Websteral Pulanco
Angelica Ramirez
Tabitha Ramirez
Anthony Reanue
Jarvis Reed
Jamie Reis
Jaron Rice
Karime Rivera
William Robertson
Gina Robles
Vanessa Rodriguez
Gustavo Roldancastillo
Amera Rose
Anthony Rourick
Jason Ryan
Rachel Ryan
Ronald Saucedo
Andrew Schweitzer
Camilo Silva
Geisser Simo
Drupaul Singh
Michael Sisk
Erolinda Skewes
Darnisha Smith
Kenya Smith
Hodewou Sokpoh
Anthony Solis
Cecil Stokes Jr.
Matthew Suman
Ebony Sutherland
Artemio Tabafunda
Marco Teran
Jihad Thomas
Edom Tibebe
Raechellhope Tomaroy
Dustin Tuttle
Ashley Ursua
Jorge Vega
Dustin Vest
Javier Villacismartinez
Corey Waithe
Treesje Washington
Gontowon Wehye
Brian Weil Jr.
Matthew Wells
Kandice Williams
Jerry Wilson
Desiree Wingate
Loren Winters
Timothy Woodard
Mohammed Yakubu
Aldwinvincent Yamzon

Chief Logistics Specialist (Submarines)
Daniel Dumitrache
Christopher Myers
Jason Norman

Chief Ships Serviceman
Autumn Adams
Byron Andrade
Venesia Brown
Tristan Bugayong
Ian Chenkin
Keith Cockrell Jr.
Deon Drayton
Ryan Herndon
Terrell Jackson
Johnny Kendrick Jr.
Seth Lowry
Joann Maldonado
Sherman Ryan
Patricia Sanders

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding senior enlisted leaders on their selection.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
08 AUG 2017

FY18 Supply Reserve Chief Petty Officer Results

Congratulations to the following Supply community personnel who have been selected for promotion to Chief Petty Officer by the FY18 Reserve E7 Selection Board.

Chief Culinary Specialist (Full Time Support)
Demontray Braswell
Paul Brown
Fernando Domantay
Brian Palmer

Chief Culinary Specialist (Selected Reserves)
Peter Barajas
Jeremy Bradford
Ravino Chy
Alonzo Lias
Randy Saari

Chief Logistics Specialist (Full Time Support)
Candis Baskerville
Juanita Billingsley
James Bowe
Shoshana Carter
Nieve Charles
Delfina Clark
William Dodson
Jan Esmellarin
Samuel Freeman III
Shawand Harp
Teddy Jnbaptiste
Dianna Kieltsch
Ricky Martin
Steven Moore
Vakita Nelson
Eric Relyea
Raniel Reyes
Andre Stetz
Frances Vergara
Tywona Woodard

Chief Logistics Specialist (Selected Reserves)
Cesar Acosta
Joshua Alfing
Francisco Amador
Natalie Bailey
William Bland
James Bossier
Martha Cervania
Semi Chain
Kevin Chalmers
Jeffrey Clarke
Latonia Coverson
Saul Duran
Leroy Flynn
Wendy Frigon
Orane Golding
Sharon Kossa
Maria Mahar
Dario Maldonado
Tia Marko
David Mathews
Michael Mccloud
Liza Montgomery
Ernest Munoz
Alexis Nelson
Robert Patterson
Rodney Pullen
Christopher Stauffer
Brent Teasley
Michell Valencia
Jesse Williams Sr.
Jeffrey Wisdom
Craig Wright

Chief Ships Serviceman (Selected Reserves)
Deron Tillman

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding senior enlisted leaders on their selection.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
04 AUG 2017

Supply Corps Internship Programs Fall 2017

Supply Corps internship programs provide junior officers with an exceptional opportunity to gain experience in Supply Corps lines of operation and explore various functional subspecialties. Internship applications are being considered for the following programs: Business/Enterprise Supply Chain Management (BEM); Business/Financial Management (BFM); Integrated Logistics Support (ILS); Joint Operational Logistics (JOL); Navy Acquisition Contracting Officer (NACO); Naval Special Warfare (NSW); Planner (PLAN); and Petroleum (POL). Billet information is available on the Navy Personnel Command (NPC) website and the eSUPPO app.

Warfare qualified officers (grades O1-O3) who are within 12 months of their Projected Rotation Date (PRD) and will have completed one operational tour are eligible to apply. Application inquiries should be directed to the Internship Program Coordinator via supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil or at 901-874-4273 (DSN 882). Additional application information is available via the Career Counselor page on the NPC website as well as the Supply Corps community page on My Navy Portal. Endorsed applications are due no later than 29 SEP 2017. Applications must be submitted in PDF format, containing no Social  Security numbers, to supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil. Applicants will receive a confirmation e-mail upon receipt.

By submitting an application, officers agree to complete a 24-month internship and to remain on active duty for an additional tour. In addition, many can expect subsequent follow-on tours in their chosen subspecialty. The administrative screening of applicants will begin on 16 October 2017.

I highly encourage you to contact your senior mentors to discuss their unique perspectives and tailored advice about the training and experience afforded by these opportunities.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN


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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
12 JULY 2017

FY18 Supply Corps Active Component Commander Selections

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

Thomas E. Arnold
Rasaq A. Balogun
Kristina J. Bicking
Michael C. Bishop
Joseph R. Bossi
Timothy J. Calvo
David M. Carroll
Abdul R. Ceville
Tanya K. Cormier
Anthony R. Dicola
John C. Donnelly
Andre L. Fields
David S. Fuchs Jr.
Brian L. Garbert
Terry C. Grigsby
John P. Hagan
Jackie B. Hurse
William M. Jakubowicz
Marcus L. Jones
Richard D. Jones
Christopher R. Kading
Mordocai Kiflu
Christopher M. Lounsberry
Taquina T. Luster
Brian P. Madden
Michael H. Malone
Daniel W. Metz
Jason A. Morgan
Owen B. Morrissey
Sean A. Neer
Quy P. Nguyen
Sean J. Nuila
Leopoldo Ochoa Jr.
David J. Ozeck
Andrew M. Phillips
Nicole C. Ponder
James A. Prosser
Jecisken Ramsey
Matthew B. Reed
Kevin C. Richardson
Dena B. Risley
Brandolyn N. Roberts
Christopher F. Roesner
Franklin B. Semilla
Bran M. Sherman
Matthew J. Shiels
Jaime J. Siqueiros
Tamara T. Sonon
Joseph K. Spede
Shane D. Staten
Jesse K. Taijeron
Douglas H. Thompson
Michael L. Tucker
Nicholas A. Ulmer
Jose L. Vargas
Angela C. Watson
Christopher T. Wilson
Michael P. Yunker

Limited Duty Officer (LDO)
Gail M. Mulleavy

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

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
21 June 2017

FY 18 SUPPLY CORPS MAJOR COMMAND ASHORE SCREEN BOARD (#56)

It is my pleasure to announce that the Officers listed below have been selected by the Supply Corps Major Command Ashore Board held 19-20 June 2017.  The following officers have been selected for command in calendar year 2018:

O-6 Major Command Ashore
Kristin Acquavella
Brian J. Anderson
George E. Bresnihan
Daniel D. Davidson
Frederick M. Dini
Nathan Johnston
Bernard D. Knox
Frank E. Nevarez
William J. Parrish
Nickolas L. Rapley
Lorenzo E. Williams

In this screen, there were officers who were not selected for command because of limited opportunity, but whose record clearly meets selection criteria.  Should a need arise during the CY18 detailing cycle for an additional officer to fill a screen-required assignment, these officers identified as Qualified Insufficient Opportunity (QIO) shall be considered qualified:

O-6 Major Command Ashore (QIO)
Patrick S. Brown
Terrel J. Fisher
Paul A. Haslam
Robert A. Keating
James R. Macaranas
Paul D. Melvey

Please join me in congratulating these officers on their selection for this significant career milestone.

J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN
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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
2 June 2017

FY18 Senior Chief Petty Officer Selections

Congratulations to the following Supply senior enlisted personnel who have been selected for promotion to Senior Chief Petty Officer.

Senior Chief Culinary Specialist
Nelson Albores
Josemiljoy Alingig
Pearl Amoako
Gary Askins
Jacelyne Augustin
Cleopatra Bell
Gloria Bobb
Kenneth Bohan
Vaundas Bostic
Brittney Breaux
Dahlia Brooks
Zachary Brown
Myla Bugarin
Isaac Caballero
Jeffery Carroll
John Carter
Teofisto Castrence
John Cherry
Jacquet Colbert
Patrick Dixon
Raymond Faulkner
Evelyn Florentino
Angelica Flores
Beatriz Flowers
Jessica Foster
Cristopher Ganaden
Cindy Garza
Corey Glenn
Fabian Gutierrez
Edwin Habab
Michael Hadley
James Hangan
Melissa Hartley
Sacha Hasbrouck
Keevan Haynes
Sipla Jones
Stuart Lockridge
Tatisha Loring
Lemuel Manlogon
Kevin Mcshane
Giovanka Minott
Daniel Muggelberg
Michael Muni
Edwin Munoz
James Nagle
Siriphone Phakdy
Sabrina Pierce
Nathan Pinner
Jonathan Ricardo
Raymond Rogers
Tonia Rogers
Temeka Rudd
Kelly Sarrol
Xena Simpson
Robert Smith
Stephan Smith
Chad Snyder
Ryan Swan
Stacy Thomas
Juanito Tingco
Joseph Toy
Andrea Tuttle
Alexander Vazquez
Julius Velazco
Dominique Webb
Carrol Williams
Nina Ye

Senior Chief Culinary Specialist (Submarines)
Kevin Flatley
Jeremy Key
Joseph King

Senior Chief Logistics Specialist
David Adkins
Deandre Allen
Jayson Atos
Llord Bainco
Alexis Barbosavazquez
Kimberley Blainsweet
Gary Bucton
Latissa Burgos
Rigo Calilung
Benjamin Cariaga
Frank Cepeda
Gustavo Cervantes
James Chung
Eric Coleman
Joselin Cruzdelossantos
Anita Delgado
Christina Denton
Edlyne Diaz
Ronnie Didier
Terrence Dockery
Antoinette Druce
Jason Duprey
Grace Felipe
Jeremiah Fuller
Jarriel Gardner
Keith Gilbert
Monique Graves
Walter Guerrero
Sheryl Gutierrez
Jacob Hall
Dametries Holmes
Antonio Hombrebueno
Carl Hunt
Keona  Johnson
Jermaine Kelley
Cortney Kidd
Brandon Lilley
Matthew Long
Carlos Martinez
Carlos Melgar
Mackenson Moise
Rene Morales
Trisha Norton
Claudia Ohar
Abayomi Ologun
Natali Philip
Lloyd Powell
Chikako Pruitt
Bilson Quilatan
Alina Rodriguezguzman
Michael Salamanca
Matthew Seibert
Abdul Sesay
Jamin Shugart
Erik Spaulding
Latonya Starks
Baby Wakefield
Christopher Ward
Ryan Williams

Senior Chief Logistics Specialist (Submarines)
Rowdy Griffin
Jonathan Hollenbeck
Christopher Schmidt
Marcus Simpson

Senior Chief Ships Serviceman
Jennifer Elenes
Ledezman Johnson
Bernard Jones
Lorenzo Lesane
Devon Luter
Atini Ransaw
Vernon Solomon
Markis Sorrell

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding senior enlisted leaders on their selection.


J. A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN


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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
23 May 2017

FY18 Civilian Institutions Post Graduate Selections

It gives me great pleasure to announce those Supply Corps officers selected for the FY18 Civilian Institutions (CIVINS) 810 and 811 Programs. The CIVINS 810 and 811 Programs' administrative board is one of the Supply Corps' most competitive boards, and each of the selectees are to be commended for their superior performance.

Officers selected for the 810 Program will attend one of the nations' top business schools and earn a Master of Business Administration along with the 1301P subspecialty code. Officers selected for the 811 Program will attend the University of Kansas and earn a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in petroleum management along with the 1307P subspecialty code.

810 Program
LT Christopher J. Brown
LT Carlisle R. Catacutan
LT Daniel S. Hatting
LT Jesse V. Julao
LT Robert J. Schmermund
LT Hisham K. Semaan

811 Program
LT Gregory P. Sceviour
LT Ryan N. Shipley
LT Jordan T. Stephens
LT Phuong Anh C. Ta

The Supply Corps enjoys a strong relationship with many of our nation's top institutions for higher education, and the selected officers will no doubt continue to strengthen this unique bond. Please join me in congratulating these officers on this significant career achievement.


J.A. YUEN
RADM, SC, USN

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
16 MAY 2017

FY18 Supply Corps Reserve Component Captain Selections

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

David E. Bailey
Rufus E. Cayetano
Dennis E. Collins
Leo C. Creger
Michael S. Flatley
Matthew B. Hall
Donna M. Jenkins
Orlando R. Lorie
Darin E. Perrine
Michael D. Reiners
Christopher J. Stewart

Full Time Support (FTS)

Paul D. Melvey
Alexander Woldemariam

Attaining the rank of Captain 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

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Flash from the Commander NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps
04 MAY 2017

FY18 Supply Corps Captain Selections

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

Babak A. Barakat
Roger L. Billings
Timothy A. Brown
George W. Clark III
Stuart M. Day
Roy M. Garrison
Tony V. Giles
Timothy R. Griffin
Troy M. Gronberg
Michael N. Jefferson
Blake W. Kent
Danny W. King
Jason E. Klingenberg
Bruce Kong
Scott D. Logan
Manuel X. Lugo
Christian M. Mahler
Robert S. Mazzarella
Michael C. McCormack
Joshua H. McKay
Jacqueline M. Meyer
Edward D. Pidgeon
Wade W. Rindy
Nicholas R. Russo
Kenneth W. Ryker III
Kadiatou F. Sidibe
James H. Strauss
Shane P. Strohl
Christopher A. Waldron
Richard H. Wilhelm
Stephen M. Wilson

Attaining the rank of Captain 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


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