NAVSUP’s Quality-of-Life Support Highlighted at … Sea Air Space 2014

July 30, 2014 | By scnewsltr
    Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) highlighted its quality-of-life support at the Navy League’s Sea Air Space Expo at National Harbor, Maryland, in April. [caption id="attachment_2357" align="alignright" width="300"]
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(left to right) CW05 Alicia Lawrence, NAVSUP; CS2 Justice Agbozo; USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43); and CSC Nelle Kigembe of NAVSUP plate samples for the crowd at Sea Air Space 2014.     NAVSUP’s exhibit featured five daily cooking demonstrations by Navy Culinary Specialists (CSs), and highlighted the Navy Exchange, including a peek at new enlisted uniforms, including coveralls.     “The men and women of the Navy Exchange Service Command are NAVSUP’s quality-of-life experts. Their mission is to provide authorized customers with quality goods and services at a savings and to support quality-of-life programs for active duty military, retirees, reservists and their families,” said Rear Adm. Jonathan A. Yuen, commander, NAVSUP. “The Navy Exchange Service Command’s uniform program ensures that our service members are outfitted with the proper uniform items for the best value.”     CSs demonstrated their skills and talents cooking dishes such as pan seared salmon with root vegetables; crepes con queso; and Thai red curry shrimp. Recipe cards were available for dishes being prepared.     “Nothing impacts Sailors on a day-to-day basis more than the food they eat. Cutting edge training, along with mentoring by senior enlisted food service leadership, ensures that our culinary specialists have the tools they need to prepare nutritious meals that keep our Sailors healthy and happy,” Yuen said. [caption id="attachment_2358" align="alignleft" width="300"]
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Rear Adm. Jonathan Yuen, Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command and Chief of Supply Corps, center, participated in a panel discussion on innovation during the 2014 Sea Air Space Expo.     The Sea-Air-Space Exposition is the largest maritime symposium in the world, attracting nearly 10,000 attendees. It featured more than 150 defense industry exhibits and professional seminars with top civilian and military leaders from the U.S. Department of Defense, Homeland Security, Maritime Administration, and the defense industry who provide up-to-the-minute developments on policy and programs of the maritime services. By Debbie Dortch, NAVSUP Office of Corporate Communications