By Public Affairs Officer, Navy Supply Corps School
In March, two instructors traveled to Naval Station Norfolk to record afloat logistics operations. They visited multiple platforms and shore facilities, filming a plethora of supply centric scenarios. All footage collected will be used to enhance curriculum enabling objects in the Basic Qualification Course (BQC), the Supply Officer Department Head Course (SODHC), and the Division Officer Leadership Course (DIVOLC). The effort was initiated to fulfill the command’s strategic goal to develop a 21st Century classroom environment.
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Lt. Adam Johnson, BQC Instructor, interviews Lt. j.g. Elizabeth Staab, Assistant Supply Officer onboard USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55).
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A sailor onboard USS Arlington (LPD 24) operating a forklift during stores onload.
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Lt. Michael Marchese, SODHC Instructor, conducts on site interview with a Logistics Support Representative from the Logistics Support Center Norfolk, delivering crucial casualty reports (CASREPS) to ships on the waterfront.