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Naval Supply Systems Command

Naval Supply Systems Command
Logo of the NAVSUP
Agency overview
Jurisdiction United States Navy
Headquarters 5450 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Agency executives RADM Admiral Jonathan A. Yuen [1], Commander
John C. Goodhart [2], Vice Commander
CAPT Rudolph Geisler [3], Chief of Staff
CMDCM Donald Myrick, Command Master Chief
Website /

The Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) is a command of the United States Navy.

Headquartered in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, the NAVSUP and Navy Supply Corps team deliver logistics and support to the Navy.


  • NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS)
  • NAVSUP Business Systems Center (NAVSUP BSC)
  • Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM)
  • NAVSUP Global Logistics Support (NAVSUP GLS)
    • NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Jacksonville (NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville)
    • NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk (NAVSUP FLC Norfolk)
    • NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Pearl Harbor (NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor)
    • NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Puget Sound (NAVSUP FLC Puget Sound)
    • NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center San Diego (NAVSUP FLC San Diego)
    • NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Sigonella (NAVSUP FLC Sigonella)
    • NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Yokosuka (NAVSUP FLC Yokosuka)
    • NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Bahrain (NAVSUP FLC Bahrain)

Navy Systems Commands

The five Navy systems commands or "SYSCOMs" are:

See also


External links

  • /, the official website of the Naval Supply Systems Command
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