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Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk New London

Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk New London

Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) is a diverse supply department that offers various logistics services to our afloat and tenant commands at SUBASE New London. FLC has several departments located throughout the base. Building 84 houses the Logistics Support Center, whose primary mission is to ensure logistical readiness for the Submarines home ported at SUBASE New London. Building 84 also contains the Navy Food Management Team, FLC Contracting Office and the Joint Personal Property Support Office also known as Household Goods. The CHRIMP center is located at Building 561 across the street from the Medical Clinic and manages the base-wide HAZMAT program. The fuel farm supports Navy and Coast Guard vessels throughout New England and is located in Building 549 near the NEX Package Store and Commercial Gate. The Official Mail Center (OMC) is located in Building 164, where you will also find a small United States Postal Service retail outlet. The OMC handles all official military postal matters.

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