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Honor our heritage. Share your Supply Corps story with the Navy Supply Corps Community.
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Share your Supply Corps Story and receive a copy of Ready for Sea: The History of the U.S. Navy Supply Corps.
Record Your Supply Corps Story
The Navy Supply Corps Foundation strives to learn more about the lives of our Supply Community through your compelling stories and experiences serving our nation. Capturing your stories serves to honor our shared heritage and preserve our Supply Corps traditions.

The stories of our men and women of the United States Navy Supply Corps are unique and relevant. You offer a perspective that may not be experienced by others in the same way. The value in sharing our stories goes beyond today–bringing depth and dimension to historical events and helping to shape a greater understanding of our role in the Navy and our service to the United States of America. Thank you for sharing your story and thank you to all who have served.
Submission Guidelines
- Member must be registered on the Navy Supply Corps Foundation Website (usnscf.com) with current email and mailing address
- Story must be a minimum of 250 words or 1,500 characters
- Images can be added
- Submission must be "signed"

For more information about this project, email the NSCF Communications Director at communications@usnscf.com.
Questions to get your thoughts flowing
JOINING THE SERVICE
When/how/why did you join the military?
Are there any conversations with family and friends that stand out from that time?
How did you imagine military life before you joined?
How did your perception of the Navy change after serving?
What are some of the things you remember about adapting to military life?

DUTY STATIONS
What were your most memorable orders and why?
When you deployed overseas, how did you stay in touch with family and friends back home?
What were your days/nights like while you were deployed?
What are some things you remember most about your deployment?
If you saw multiple deployments, how did they differ from each other?
How did you change during your years in the Navy?
Can you describe how you felt coming home from combat?
Was there anything you especially missed about civilian life?
What personal experiences have most shaped your life?
What events in our nation’s history had an impact on you and how?
What is the scariest thing that ever happened to you?
For what are you most grateful?
Tell us about someone you served with that you remember fondly?

TRANSITIONING OUT OF THE NAVY
When did you leave the military?
What were your first few months out of the service like?
Was there anything or anyone that helped you during the transition from military to civilian life?
Do you have advice for others transitioning out of the military?
How do you think your time in the military affected you?
What did you learn about yourself?
What phrase or word will never be the same now that you served?
When you were first discharged, what are some things about civilians that were difficult for you to deal with?
Is there anything you wish civilians understood about military service?
What are some habits you developed in the service that you like and dislike?
What are some things you miss about being in the service?
What are some you are glad to have left behind?
How do you want to be remembered?

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE
When in your life did you meet your husband/wife/partner?
What were some the best and worst times in your relationship?
What has been difficult to communicate to family and friends about your
military service?
If you have children, what do you want them to know about your military
service?
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