Naval Supply Systems Command Story Archive

NAVSUP FLC Bahrain Detachment Dubai Hosts a Value Stream Analysis Continuous Process Improvement Event  (3 July 2018)
NAVSUP FLC Bahrain Detachment Dubai hosted a Value Stream Analysis Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) event involving subject matter experts from NAVSUP FLC Bahrain, Command Task Force-53, Defense Logistics Agency and military members throughout the regional command, June 11-14.
NAVSUP FLC Bahrain Hosts First Command-Wide Team Building Retreat  (3 July 2018)
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Bahrain hosted its inaugural command-wide team building retreat.
'SALTS, departing...' Legacy Supply System Set to Retire in August  (9 July 2018)
Since 1991, the Navy's Standard Automated Logistics Tool Set (SALTS) has provided supply personnel with a means of moving logistical and administrative data from a single point of entry to a vast host of databases and data services globally.
NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center San Diego Holds Change of Command  (12 July 2018)
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) San Diego welcomed a new commanding officer July 12, when Capt. Brian J. Anderson relieved Capt. Michelle D. Morse aboard the USS Midway Museum in San Diego.
NAVSUP Gets New Commander, Supply Corps Gets New Chief  (16 July 2018)
Rear Adm. Michelle C. Skubic succeeded Rear Adm. Jonathan A. Yuen as Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) and Chief of Supply Corps, during a change of command and retirement ceremony at Naval Support Activity, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, July 13.
NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center San Diego Supports RIMPAC 2018  (22 July 2018)
NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) San Diego is lending its support to the Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC) this July as the Navy trains with 24 other nations to improve interoperability between Pacific Rim armed forces.
NAVSUP FLC San Diego Provides Logistics Support to Fitzgerald Crew  (23 July 2018)
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) San Diego worked alongside USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) Sailors during a brief visit from the ship's crew July 16-20 in San Diego.
NAVSUP FLC Norfolk FLC Norfolk LSC Deputy Director Honored  (26 July 2018)
Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center (NAVSUP FLC) Norfolk Logistics Support Center Deputy Director Barbara Robinson has been named by the Career Communications Group's Women of Color magazine as a 2018 Technology Rising Star.
Red Hill: Fueling RIMPAC and Ensuring Global Strategic Alliances  (27 July 2018)
The Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility has issued over 19 million gallons of fuel to U.S. and foreign ships and aircraft participating in the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise.
NAVSUP FLC Norfolk Hosts NAVSUP Contracting Interns  (27 July 2018)
Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center (NAVSUP FLC) Norfolk hosted a group of 21 contracting interns from throughout the NAVSUP enterprise July 17 through 19.
Audit Enables NAVSUP's Reform Program  (30 July 2018)
Naval Supply System Command's (NAVSUP) first enterprise-wide audit is one of several enablers of the command's reform program to improve business processes and increase lethality of the force.
NAVSUP FLC Bahrain Provides Night Operations Supply Support for USS IWO JIMA (LHD 7)  (30 July 2018)
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Bahrain provided an overnight logistics support to the IWO JIMA (LHD 7) marking the first overnight port support replenishment in Bahrain, June 10.
Navy Fuels Army in Joint Exercise   (30 July 2018)
NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Jacksonville (FLCJ) and U. S. Army 61st Quartermaster Battalion conducted QLLEX (Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise) at Defense Fuel Supply Point (DFSP) Jacksonville, 17-25 July.
NAVSUP WSS: Keeping Taxpayer Confidence in the Navy Supply Chain  (15 August 2018)
At NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support - where inventory includes flight control surfaces and aircraft wing panels, laser weapon systems and explosive ordnance - the big picture is easy to see. What's difficult is accounting for the over 30 million piece parts that make up the Navy supply chain.

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