NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville’s Key West Detachment Named FY15 Navy Retail Fuel Activity of the Year

Sept. 7, 2016 | By kgabel
BY BARBARA BURCH, OFFICE OF CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS NAVSUP FLEET LOGISTICS CENTER JACKSONVILLE Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Jacksonville Detachment Key West was selected as Naval Retail Fuel Activity of the Year for superior fuel support in fiscal year 2015. [caption id="attachment_4989" align="aligncenter" width="480"]
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Back row left to right: Ron Vining, Fred Smith, Vernel Guy, Dennis McCoy, Richard Oxley, Wesley Smith. Middle row left to right: Robert Green, Robert Donmoyer, Lt. Howard Milligan (site director), Diane Moll (deputy site director), Kenny Lingle (assistant terminal manager), Robert Ames, Daniel Keirnan. Kneeling Left to right: ABF1 Richard St.Clair, John Sykes (terminal manager). –Photo by MC3 Cody Babin In 2015, NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville Detachment Key West Fuels Division set the single day sales record twice, with fiscal year 2015 sales of 21.1 million gallons. Providing JP-5 support for 15,239 aircraft, support equipment and facilities, as well as fuel support for foreign and domestic forces afloat, NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville Detachment Key West Fuels Division’s seven fuel trucks performed refueling transactions involving more than 19 million gallons of fuel. In addition, the detachment provided fuel support to carrier air wings, Top Gun, counter narcotics operations, U.S. Coast Guard search and rescue operations, and aircraft diverted by weather from Miami International Airport. Maintaining a perfect record of zero flight interruptions and no delays as a result of fuel operations, NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville Detachment Key West has been spill free for the last five years and has zero lost days from operational errors. NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville Detachment Key West’s core values - team building, operational success, and ability to form effective partnerships - resulted in their selection as FY15 Navy Retail Fuel Activity of the Year. July/August 2016