NAVSUP Enterprise

Ready. Resourceful. Responsive.

Our Mission

NAVSUP and the Supply Corps conduct and enable supply chain, acquisition, operational logistics and Sailor & family care activities with our mission partners to generate readiness and sustain naval forces worldwide to prevent and decisively win wars.

Integrity and Agility

Integrity as a value for Naval Supply Systems Command and the Supply Corps is uncompromising.

  • We are accountable for right and wrong, success and failure
  • We are honest, trusted, and selfless
  • We are fiduciary responsible for personnel, material and fiscal resources
  • We are always learning, adapting, and teaching to advance the mission
  • We are innovative, versatile, and adaptable

Executing Our Maritime Strategy

With headquarters in Mechanicsburg, Pa., and employing a diverse, worldwide workforce of more than 22,500 military and civilian personnel, NAVSUP and the Navy Supply Corps share one mission: to conduct and enable supply chain, acquisition, operational logistics and Sailor & family care with our mission partners to generate readiness and sustain naval forces worldwide to prevent and decisively win wars.

The NAVSUP/Navy Supply Corps team oversees a diverse portfolio including supply chain management for material support to Navy, Marine Corps, joint and coalition partners, supply operations, conventional ordnance, contracting, resale, fuel, transportation, security assistance, Sailor & family care, including food service, postal services, retail facilities, and movement of household goods.

In addition to its headquarters activity, the NAVSUP Enterprise is comprised of 11 commands located worldwide.

NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) provides program and supply support for the weapon systems that keep our naval forces mission ready by exercising centralized control of more than 430,000 different line items of repair parts, components, and assemblies and providing global logistics support to our Navy's ships, aircraft, submarines, and weapon systems. NAVSUP WSS also provides logistics and supply assistance to coalition and allied nations through the Foreign Military Sales program.

Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) oversees 100 Navy Exchange facilities and nearly 300 stores worldwide, 39 Navy Lodges, the Ships Store Program, the Uniform Program Management Office, the Navy Clothing and Textile Research Facility and the Telecommunications Program Office.

NEXCOM's mission is to provide authorized customers quality goods and services at a savings and to support Navy quality-of-life programs for active duty military, retirees, reservists and their families.

NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Centers (NAVSUP FLCs) NAVSUP operates eight NAVSUP FLCs worldwide. Aligned to the Navy's numbered fleets, they are globally postured to deliver integrated logistics, contracting services, ordnance and facilitate transportation to Navy and Joint operational units across all warfare enterprises and military operations.

NAVSUP Business Systems Center (NAVSUP BSC) provides premier information technology with a responsibility to design, develop, and maintain information systems supporting numerous activities in the functional areas of logistics, supply chain management, transportation, finance, and accounting for the Navy, Department of Defense, and international partners.

NAVSUP Ammunition Logistics Center (NALC) supports the fleet as the Navy's ammunition support agent. They coordinate fleet requirements, resolve issues and manage distribution, conduct inspections and other technical functions within the Navy Ordnance Enterprise Office.

Naval Petroleum Office (NPO) acts as the Joint Petroleum Enterprise (JPE) face-to-the-fleet and is the DoN Service Control Point representing requirements and infrastructure within the JPE. Coordinating petroleum and supply chain policy and procedures, NPO supports DoD and non-DoD customers worldwide.

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