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Navy Supply Corps School

NSCS Seal

The Navy Supply Corps School (NSCS) was a Athens, Georgia, it closed in 2011.

History

NSCS occupied a 58 acres (23 ha) campus with a lengthy history. The site had been used as a school since the 1860s, first for the state normal school from 1891 until the 1950s, when it was taken over by the NSCS.

In January 2010 the school's commander, Captain John Titus Jr., 45, was relieved of command by the head of Naval Education and Training Command, Rear Admiral Joseph Kilkenny, because of a "lack of confidence in his [Titus'] ability to lead." The relief followed a Judge Advocate General investigation.[1]

The [2]

References

  1. ^ Tilghman, Andrew, "CO of Naval Supply Corps School fired", Military Times, January 11, 2010.
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External links

  • U.S. Navy Supply Corps School official website
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