Transcom Celebrates Supply Corps Birthday

Members of the St. Louis Area Chapter of the Supply Corps Association gathered at the U.S. Transportation Command on February 25 to celebrate the Navy Supply Corps’ 218th birthday.  Cutting the cake are, Rear Adm. Andy Brown, Director, Strategy, Policy, Programs and Logistics, U.S. Transportation Command; Lt. j.g. Aaron Harpel, youngest Supply Corps officer present, Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command; and Lt. Cmdr. Beth Travis, the oldest Supply Corps officer present, also from SDDC.  In the background are members of the chapter and their guests.  The Chapter was established January 5, 2009 and is comprised of Supply Corps officers in the St. Louis area.  (Photo by Bob Fehringer, USTRANSCOM Public Affairs)

Members of the St. Louis Area Chapter of the Supply Corps Association gathered at the U.S. Transportation Command on February 25 to celebrate the Navy Supply Corps’ 218th birthday. Cutting the cake are, Rear Adm. Andy Brown, Director, Strategy, Policy, Programs and Logistics, U.S. Transportation Command; Lt. j.g. Aaron Harpel, youngest Supply Corps officer present, Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command; and Lt. Cmdr. Beth Travis, the oldest Supply Corps officer present, also from SDDC. In the background are members of the chapter and their guests. The Chapter was established January 5, 2009 and is comprised of Supply Corps officers in the St. Louis area. (Photo by Bob Fehringer, USTRANSCOM Public Affairs)