Supply Corps

Community Overview: 

The Supply Corps is the United States Navy's corps responsible for the supply phases of naval logistics. The broad responsibilities of the Supply Corps are similar to those of many executive positions in private industry in such areas as financial management, inventory, transportation, procurement, data processing, and personnel services.

Training Pipeline After Commission: 

After graduation from Officer Candidate School (12 weeks), candidates attend Navy Supply School in Athens, Georgia, for a 24-week course. This course is designed to give new officers the basic skills he or she needs to successfully perform as a Supply Corps Officer in the fleet.

Special Pay/Bonuses: 


Active Duty Obligation: 
4 yrs Active from date of commission.
Service Obligation: 
Total of 8 yrs Active & Inactive.
Age Requirement: 
You must be at least 19 and less than 29 at the time of commission.
Education Requirements: 
BA/BS in Math, Econ., Accounting, Business Admin., Finance, or Comp. Science/Info. - Systems preferred.
Medical Requirements: 
Correctable to 20/20 (waivers considered).
Color vision not required.
PRK and LASIK only eye surgeries waiverable.
Special Requirements: 
No financial, legal, drug issues.
Business aptitude helpful, but not required.