The Navy Supply Corps Foundation – Newport Chapter (NSCF-NC) is a professional association of United States Navy Supply Corps Officers, active duty, reserve and retired, residing in the New England area.  

New Member Registration:
If you have not yet registered as a member on the new website, please click on the new member registration link. Make sure you choose the New England Supply Corps Association as your home association.

A message from the NSCF-NC President:


Welcome to the Navy Supply Corps Foundation – Newport Chapter (NSCF-NC) Website!  As a subsidiary of the Navy Supply Corps Foundation, NSCF-NC is a non-profit professional and social organization whose purpose is to engage its members in professional development, community involvement, charitable endeavors, and social interaction.  NSCF-NC will offer benevolence in the community, strengthening the ties between the association and local communities. In so doing, the association strives to promote “esprit de corps” and camaraderie among and between Supply Corps professionals within the New England regional area. 

Our annual major events include the Supply Corps Birthday Ball and annual Golf Tournament.   So, if you are active duty, reserve, retired, or simply a fan of the Supply Corps, I encourage you to check out the next upcoming event and get involved with NSCF-NC.  It is a great way to have fun, network, and support worthy causes. 
I look forward to seeing you there!

Dave Davis, CDR, SC, USN 

Greetings NSCF Newport!

We have firmed up the details for the 222nd Navy Supply Corps Birthday Ball. It will be held on March 04, 2017 at Hotel Viking in Newport, RI. Event information is listed below. We look forward to seeing you!


News and Info

Outside of the "new" Navy Supply Corps School there is a beautiful wall on the square. This wall has all of the replicated bricks from the Royer Square in Athens, Georgia. There are limited spots left on this wall for bricks and once the wall is finished, the legacy will be complete!

To Order:
NSCF Brick Order
Recommended: 1st line- first and last name, 2nd line- rank or civilian, your position, 3rd line- dates, schools attended, nickname,etc.
Each brick can have up to 3 lines, and up to 18 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation).
December 02, 2014

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