They come to supply for everything. To keep the ships moving out in the fleet. Everyone has to come through supply to get any items that they need. We order generators, transmitters, a lot of electronics, AT gear to keep communications up while the pilots are in the air… …tail-hooks, tires to keep the aircraft moving. Being in a squadron, it’s very fast-paced. The jet has to go out as fast as possible to meet requirements. Teamwork plays a role because one person just can’t know what’s going on in the supply department. Communication is key. So you have to have communication skills with your LSs. The Navy has taught me all about camaraderie, everybody comes from different walks of life. And you can learn a lot more ways to do stuff that makes your job more effective. Traveling is the coolest thing about my job. I’ve traveled to Italy, Spain, Greece, South Africa, Bahrain, Dubai. My last deployment I went to Jerusalem. I’ve been a few places. I have Logistics Specialists I work with day in and day out, so to watch them grow, to watch them learn, to watch them support the ship, that’s the best part of the job.