IMPORTANT: Major changes coming for GI Bill
“Starting next year, service members who have been in the military for more than 16 years will no longer be able to transfer GI Bill benefits to their dependents.
The Pentagon announced today it is instituting the 16-year cap, effective in one year, and making other changes to the current transfer policy “to more closely align the transferability benefit with its purpose as a recruiting and retention incentive,” according to a statement.”
New changes coming!
—Lock, or loc, hairstyles and buns that span the width of the back of a female sailor's head will now be authorized for women in all uniforms.
—Ponytails will be OK in service, working or physical-training uniforms -- provided there's no operational safety concern.
—Hairstyles that hit beneath shirt, dress or jacket collars will be approved in dinner-dress uniforms.
“Richardson said policies and regulations shouldn't just make the Navy more lethal toward its adversaries, but should also make the service more inclusive.”
“None of us get to the top without dedicated mentors and teammates – all of you have strongly contributed to my opportunity to serve at the next level,” Skubic said. “I’m honored and humbled to stand here before you having been selected for promotion and the opportunity to continue serving this great nation. It’s particularly special to have this promotion ceremony here in front of you because every single person in this audience has contributed in some way to that being possible.”
RADM Michelle Skubic will serve as our next Chief of Supply Corps.
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (SG/IW) Steven Giordano resigned Thursday as the Navy’s 14th senior enlisted leader, leaving the top job vacant for the first time since it was created more than 50 years ago.
NAVSUP FLC Sigonella is excited to provide a new "one stop shop" for customer service on the U.S. Navy support site in Naples. This post office provides more than 3,000 post office boxes so personnel who live and work on the support site can have 24/7 access to their mail in the same location where they pick up packages and send outgoing mail.
This new uniform’s design is heavily driven by input from Sailors to create a uniform that has the best functionality and comfort possible.
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"The guiding principle -- I don't even want to call it a policy -- is an approach we're taking that if we flew your pet there, we'll fly it back," said Charles Hobart, a United spokesman.
Every day, we remember.
NAVSUP FLC Sigonella Headquarters’ most seasoned Supply Corps officer (and our executive director), Mr. Gerry Harms, and our youngest Supply Corps officer, LT Mitchell Fuselier, cut a cake celebrating the U.S. Navy Supply Corps’ 223rd birthday!