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214th Supply Corps birthday celebrations.

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VADM Alan Thompson (center), Director, Defense Logistics Agency, poses for a photo with a group of Kuwait area Supply Corps officers during a visit to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

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Celebrating the Supply Corps birthday in the Pentagon are, from left to right, CAPT Kevin Redman, CDR Joe Russell, CAPT Francis Tisak, LCDR Nicki Chambers, LCDR Sam Riser, CAPT Jim Reich, RADM Mike Lyden, Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command and Chief of Supply Corps, CAPT Kevin Wheelock, CAPT (Ret.) Mike Jaggard, CAPT Dave Hellman, RADM (Sel) Sean Crean, CDR Chris Sosa, CDR Jim Melone, CDR Marc Gage, CDR (Ret.) Jeff Swanson, and CDR Sean Egge.

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Members of the Mid-South Supply Corps Association(MSSCA) take a break from their detailing duties to celebrate 214 years of the Supply Corps. The birthday celebration was MSSCAs inaugural event. Pictured cutting the cake, from left, are ENS Shuntel Smith, RADM Mike Lyden, CAPT Jim Davis and CAPT John Dillender.

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Supply officers at Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) celebrate the Supply Corps' 214th birthday during a Naval Inventory Control Point-DSCC Customer summit meeting. Assisting RADM Ray Berube, sixth from right, in cutting the cake is Brig. Gen. Patricia McQuistion, Commander, DSCC, and the youngest member of the wardroom, LT Jay Compton. Front row, left to right, CAPT Jim Patton, LT Jay Compton, Brig. Gen. Patricia McQuistion, RADM Ray Berube, CDR Dave Peters, CDR Aaron Potter. Back row, left to right, CDR Cliff Scott, LCDR Jim Strauss, CDR Rick Buell, CAPT Roland Wadge, CAPT (Sel) Bob Jennings, and LT Bert Phillips.

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RDML Andy Brown, Commander, Fleet and Industrial Supply Centers (COMFISCS); CAPT Karl Rau, Commanding Officer, FISC Jacksonville and Jacksonville Area Supply Corps Association (JASCA) president; ENS Christian Grau, FISCJ Detachment SERMC; and CWO3 (Ret) Ike Wiles cut the traditional cake to mark the Navy Supply Corps' 214th birthday during a JASCA luncheon.

The 214th Supply Corps birthday was celebrated recently in Hawaii. Helping to cut the ceremonial cake are, from left to right, are CDR Matt Ott, President of the Supply Corps Association of Hawaii; LTJG Dan O'Brien, youngest Supply Corps officer present; Drayton McLane, guest speaker and owner of the Houston Astros; CDR (Ret.) Jack Ebey, oldest Supply Corps officer present; and RDML Tom Traaen, COMPACFLT N4, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Fleet Supply, and Ordnance.

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The Naples Area Supply Corps Association celebrates the 214th Supply Corps birthday. Officers helping cut the birthday cake were CAPT Chris Ray, CAPT Willie Evans, CAPT John Camuso, CAPT Jim Shields, RADM (Sel) Mark Heinrich, LCDR (Ret) Bong Cabling (oldest Supply Corps officer), LT Jon Leung (youngest Supply Corps officer), and CDR Kes Townsend (NASCA President).

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The Stuttgart Area Supply officers held their Second Annual Supply Corps birthday dinner recently in Germany. The event was hosted by RDML Steven Romano, Director of Logistics and Security Assistance, Headquarters United States European Command. This celebration marked the first time officers from the U.S. Africa Command participated in the event. The traditional cake cutting ceremony included the youngest Supply Corps officer, LT David Ross. Also pictured, CAPT Brian Sheppard, Africa Command; CAPT Ted Digges, EUCOM; and CAPT Rusty Hathcock, SOCEUR.

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1st Medical Logistics Company located at Camp Pendleton celebrates the Navy Supply Corps 214th birthday. Front row, left to right, SKSN Brewer; SKSA He; SKSA Wayne; SK3 (FMF) Banegas; SKSA Clark, youngest storekeeper present; LT (FMF) Espinal, MSC, Executive Officer; SK2 Kramer, oldest storekeeper present; SK1 (SW/AW) David, SK2 (SW/AW) Tiangson, SK1 (SW/AW) Espina; SKC (SW/AW) Breeden. Back row, left to right, SKSN Karaffa; SK3 (SW/ AW) Gaines; SK2 (SCW) Channel; SKC (SW/AW) Dimapilis; SK2 (AW) Boothroyd; and SKC (SW/AW) Bonilla. Photo taken by HMC (FMF) Paraiso

The USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) celebrated the Supply Corps birthday while deployed to 5th Fleet. The celebration was held in the Suribachi Room of the ship, the sixty forth anniversary of the flag raising on Mount Suribachi. From left to right, CSC Steve Boos; SHCS Michael Tenn; LT Marc Davis; CWO3 Tiffany Mayberry; SHCS Enrique Ramirez; LT Kevin Brown; CAPT Jeff Amick, Commanding Officer; CAPT Tom Chassee, Executive Officer; LCDR Tom Meyer; CDR Harry Thetford; ENS Ed Jimenez; PCC Patrick Sadler; ENS Terrise Williams; LTJG Jeff Legg; and CSCM Jorge Huezo. Not pictured: LT Rob Roberts and SKCS Paul Metevia.

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The Supply Corps' birthday was recently celebrated by the Staff of Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea. Pictured, from left, are LT Joe Hardy; CDR Reuben Floyd; CAPT Jim Tranoris; CAPT Sidney Kim, oldest Supply Corps officer; CAPT Bill Finn; RDML Tom Rowden, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea; LT John Tipton; LTJG Jeff Fernandez, youngest Supply Corps officer; LT Seth Thornhill; SKC Ron Escaner; SK1 Erich Kempf; CS1 Emilio Abutin; SK2 Abel Garcia; and CS2 Christopher Lyons, Flag CS.

USS Bataan (LHD 5) recently celebrated the 214th Supply Corps birthday while underway for COMPTUEX. Front row includes CSC (SW/AW) Christopher Johnson; ENS Lou Cotti; LTJG Hendrik Brutsaert; ENS Alyssa Chandler; CDR Willie Robohn, Supply Officer; ENS Crystal Brooks; and SHC (SW/AW) Imelda Stepanian. Back row includes CSCS (SW/AW) Carl Demus; CW02 Lester Griffith; LTJG Kelly Gerety; CAPT Samuel Howard, Commanding Officer; LCDR Ed Pidgeon; LT Larry Younger; and LT Curt LaRose. Not pictured: CW02 Frank Jordan, PCC (SW/AW) Shawn Grasty, and SKC (SW/AW) Yahaya Dabre.

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The USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) took a break from Operation Enduring Freedom to celebrate the 214th birthday of the Supply Corps. Front row, left to right, LCDR Karen Dallas, LTJG Caprice Dunklin, LCDR Jim Hendrickson, CDR Aaron Stanley, CAPT Ladd "Wheels" Wheeler, ENS Luke Steinberg, LCDR John Duenas, LTJG John Powell, CW03 Frank Dionne, LT Angela Watson. Back row, left to right, LT Lee Rooks, LT Jim Perry, LTJG Manny Nneji, CW03 Gene Chestnutt and LTJG Jesse Norris.

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USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) Supply Department celebrated the 214th birthday of the Navy Supply Corps recently. Pictured fron left to right is CAPT Jonathan Harnden, Bonhomme Richard Executive Officer; CDR James Albritton, Supply Officer; CWO3 Tito Quiban, oldest Supply Corps officer aboard; ENS Eric Olson, youngest Supply Corps officer; and LCDR Steven Marshall, Assistant Supply Officer. U.S. Navy photo by MC1 (SW/AW) Ryan Tabios.

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Logisticians assigned to Al Asad Air Base in Iraq took time out of their busy schedules to celebrate the 214th birthday of the Supply Corps. LT Jarett Wolfe , SKC Alfonso Balingit , and SK3 Mario Lacey from RIVRON ONE joined CDR Thomas Dailey and the Base Command Group Supply and Logistics Department to mark the special occasion.

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USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) celebrates the 214th Supply Corps birthday. From left to right, LT Rich Terrett, S-6; ENS Stephanie Titus, S-6A; Kendra Smith, Fun Boss; LT Jimmy Karam, S-8; LTJG Ryan Groh, S-4; LCDR Walter Egge, Logistics Officer; LCDR Jason Johnson, Assistant Supply Officer; CDR Joe Mahan, Supply Officer; CAPT Kenneth Norton, Commanding Officer; CDR Ronald Ravelo, Executive Officer; LT Richie Jenkins, Services Officer; LT Romulo Maliksi, S-1; LT Frank Maurer, S-3; Britt Callison, Fit Boss; ENS Leah Jackson, S-9; CWO4 William Duka, S-2; LTJG Archie Sangle, S-5. Photo taken by MC3 Rosalie Garcia
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