NAVTRANSNaval Transportation Support Center
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"Our Distribution Departments both in Norfolk and in San Diego did a great job coordinating shipment of the emergency supplies with NAVTRANS," said Carbone.
While air clearances were being processed, direct coordination was taking place between NAVTRANS, NEXCOM, Commander Pacific Fleet, and Air Mobility Command to ensure adequate lift was in the right place at the right time and the movements were synchronized with operational requirements of the Pacific Fleet.
NAVTRANS worked with Defense Distribution Center and CONUS Navy shippers to establish DHL as the primary World Wide Express carrier for TP1 cargo movements to U.A.E.
NAVTRANS assessed increased airlift requirements to move construction material for base preparations, including scheduling of multiple C-5 Galaxy missions in less than a week to meet surge requirements.
NAVTRANS develops policy, performs operational control of navy cargo movements, develops and executes the Navy Service-wide Transportation budget, and provides technical guidance to Navy shipping activities.
Maintains functions within three divisions: Fleet Support Division (Code 031), Regional Transportation Division (Code 032) and NAVTRANS Detachment Travis AFB (Code 033).
CAPT (SEL) Erler, USN, OIC, NAVTRANS Det (618) 229-4744
NAVTRANS is responsible for managing and controlling the transportation of Navy material worldwide.
In closing, let me extend my congratulations to Captain Bob Mundell, Commander, NAVTRANS, and his staff: especially Mary Rawlings, Jo Policastro, Jean Basnight, Richard McLean, Heather Myer, and all the others who helped produce an absolutely superb NAVTRANS Symposium this year.
Two users at the US Navy Transportation Support Center (NAVTRANS) have incorporated a perfect use of GTN's flexible query capability.
The NAVTRANS Transportation Symposium and NDTA Exposition will be held from 4-7 February 2002 at the Marriott Waterside Hotel and Convention Center in Norfolk, VA.
I do hope to see them at our NDTA Expo that we coordinate in conjunction with the NAVTRANS and MTMC Symposia early next year.