US MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS AND SUPPLY
U.S. COAST GUARD COMMUNICATIONS
Members of Electronic Support Detachment Guam and contractors repair equipment at the Rota-based radio site following Typhoon Mangkhut, Sept. 15, 2018. The Coast Guard maintains a series of Remote Fixed Facilities supporting Rescue 21 which provides the United States with a 21st-century maritime command, control, and communications (C3) system that encompasses the entire United States. U.S. Coast Guard photo.
Mt_-Alutom-radio-560x421 Members of Electronic Support Detachment Guam repair a generator at the Mt. Alutom radio site on Guam following Typhoon Mangkhut, Sept. 15, 2018. The Coast Guard maintains a series of Remote Fixed Facilities supporting Rescue 21 which provides the United States with a 21st-century maritime command, control, and communications (C3) system that encompasses the entire United States. U.S. Coast Guard photo.
U.S. Coast Guard Radio Station (NMA), Richmond, Florida c.1948. Official Coast Guard photographs show the men and equipment at the U.S. Coast Guard Radio Station in Richmond, Florida. Three photos, 8” x 10”, show great detail of the men and equipment in the station radio and equipment rooms. In 1942, as World War II heated up and the U.S. became move involved, the U.S. government ordered a massive buildup in military facilities. One of these facilities was Naval Air Station, Richmond, Florida. NAS Richm1955ond ceased operations in November, 1945 with portions of the facility becoming a University of Miami South Campus and the Miami Metrozoo. Other areas of the base were utilized by the Army, Navy and Coast Guard as communications facilities (shown here). Some time after 1945, and before1955. 
U.S. Naval Security Group Activity, Richmond, FL. was commissioned. NSGA Richmond was located at the Coast Guard Radio Station (RADSTA), on the Richmond site. NSGA Richmond was decommissioned and closed in July, 1957. All clear, close, detailed views. Dated November 22, 1948. .
U.S. ARMY SUPPLY
For the most part the Army's Supplies are handled by the Quartermaster Corps. They in turn get the supplies from civilian contactors. At the Division level there is a Quartermaster Company.
US ARMY QUARTERMASTER CREST
HEAVILY BURDENED SOLDIERS DEBARKING AT PHOSPHATE PIER, CASABLANCA, 1943
US AIR FORCE SUPPLY AND FUELS
USAF SUPPLY AND FUELS BADGE
An Airman from the 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron Materiel Management flight inspects equipment in the supply warehouse, Mar. 7, 2018 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The shop is comprised of seven sections of supply and two components from the 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron Traffic Management Office. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Grace Nichols)
Senior Airman Emily Reed, 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron Materiel Management central storage journeyman, is one of many Airmen responsible for operating and maintaining the warehouse portion of materiel management. The flight manages and distributes Air Force assets to various units - such as aircraft parts to maintenance - and deployment gear to tasked individuals. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Grace Nichols)
Packages are prepared for dispersal from the inbound package section of the 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron Traffic Management Office within the supply warehouse, Mar. 7, 2018 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. TMO and the 19th LRS Materiel Management flight work together to meet mission requirements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Grace Nichols)
Airmen 1st Class William Tinzie, 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron Materiel Management flight central storage journeyman, secures a harness before using a forklift, Mar. 7, 2018 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Despite the five different sections and various objectives - central storage, customer support, equipment accountability, inventory, inspection, individual protective equipment and the flight service center - the components of materiel management work cohesively together to get the job done. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Grace Nichols)
Staff Sgt. John Anny, 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron Materiel Management flight central storage supervisor, inspects inventory in the supply warehouse, Mar. 7, 2018 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Liaisons from the flight are included in daily maintenance meetings, allowing the team to determine needs and meet demands of all the squadron on base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Grace Nichols)
An F-15C Eagle and two F-15E Strike Eagles assigned to the 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom, painted with their respective squadron heritage color scheme, rendezvous with a KC-135 Stratotanker assigned to the 100th Air Refuelling Wing during a flypast over the MSPO Expo at Kielce, Poland, Sept. 3, 2019. The MSPO Expo is an international defense industry exhibition. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Matthew Plew)
Senior Airman Stefan Stephenson-Shipp, 19th Maintenance Squadron fuel systems journeyman, enters a C-130J dry bay Aug. 8, 2017, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The fuel systems team works 24 hours to inspect and repair the 19th Airlift Wing’s C-130J fleet. Without these specialists, the C-130J wouldn’t get off the ground to deliver critical cargo and support across the globe, making fuels systems a key component to fueling the fight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kevin Sommer Giron)
US MARINE CORPS SUPPLY
USMC SUPPLY SEAL
U.S. Marines attached to 1st Supply Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group conducts an external lift during Mountain Exercise (MTX) 4-19 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center Bridgeport, California, on Aug. 5, 2019. The purpose of the MTX is to provide training and assessment challenges to 1st Supply Battalion while bolstering planning and operational tasks across the warfighting functions in a mountainous environment. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Maximiliano Rosas 
Mission 
The mission of Supply Battalion is to provide general support, ground supply support, less bulk fuel, and Navy funded stock/programs and Distribution system management for the sustainment of Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) operations. 

10/16/2014 - Marines with 1st Supply Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, provide logistical support for the Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course in Yuma, Ariz., Oct. 15, 2014. For more than a month, 1st Supply Bn. provided food, water, and other logistical services to the various forward operating bases where the WTI course Marines were operating. Photo By: Lance Cpl. Garrett White 
Marines with 1st Supply Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, inventory ammunition at a resupply point during an ammunition resupply exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Aug. 23, 2013. From Aug. 16-30, 1st Supply Bn. is expected to transport approximately 100,000 pounds of ammunition in support of exercises conducted by the 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division. Photo By: Lance Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez
Marines with 1st Supply Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, stage ammunition during an ammunition resupply exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Aug. 23, 2013. From Aug. 16-30, 1st Supply Bn. is expected to transport approximately 100,000 pounds of ammunition in support of exercises conducted by the 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division. Photo By: Lance Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez


U.S. NAVY SUPPLY
U.S. NAVE SUPPLY GROUP

PHOTOS FROM CHIEF OF SUPPLY CORPS

Gentry Saria Admiral, was a real pleasure to work for you many moons ago... now everyone else will have the pleasure to work for an awesome Supply Corps Admiral in you. (COMMENT FROM A FORMER SUPPLY PERSON)
WAREHOUSE WORKERS CHECKING OUT FOOD BANK SUPPLIES.
LOOKS LIKE INVENTORY BEING TAKEN OF THE COMMISSARY 
LOOKS LIKE INVENTORY BEING TAKEN OF THE NAVY EXCHANGE
NO INFORMATION ABOUT WHAT IS GOING ON IN THIS WAREHOUSE LOOK LIKE SCHOOL SUPPLIES MAYBE
CHECKING OUT UNIFORMS IN CLOTHING SALES
Mission 
The mission of Supply Battalion is to provide general support, ground supply support, less bulk fuel, and Navy funded stock/programs and Distribution system management for the sustainment of Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) operations. 

THE NAVY SUPPLY GROUP IS RESPONSIBLE TO FURNISH ALL THE NEEDED SUPPLIES ALL OVER THE WORLD WHER THE U.S NAVY IS ON LAND AND SEA.
U.S. COAST GUARD SUPPLY.
A Coast Guard Air Station Savannah MH-65 Dolphin helicopter lands on the side of the Golden Ray, a 656-foot vehicle carrier, to drop off supplies for Coast Guard crews and port partners who attempt to locate and rescue the remaining 4 crewmembers aboard the Golden Ray.
When a crew from Station Hatteras Inlet got underway earlier this week, it wasn't for a mission typically associated with the Coast Guard. Yet, the day's unique mission was no less important — to deliver much needed medicine & pharmaceutical supplies to the island of Ocracoke. http://goo.gl/Hovc8