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Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group Plaque (NELSG)

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Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group Plaque (NELSG)

A beautiful handcrafted 14 inch wooden plaque of the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group Plaque (NELSG) that will look great on your wall!

The Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) is a reserve command in the United States Navy and part of the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC).

Mission
Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) is a vital enabler of Maritime Prepositioning Forces (MPF), Joint Logistics Over The Shore (JLOTS) operations, and maritime forces ashore providing expeditionary cargo handling services for surface, air, and terminal operations, tactical fueling, and ordnance handling/reporting in support of worldwide Naval, Joint, interagency, and combined forces/organization.

NAVELSG is responsible for providing expeditionary logistic capabilities for the Navy, primarily within the maritime domain of the littorals, and conducts surface and air cargo handling missions, cargo terminal and warehouse operations, fuels distribution, postal services, customs inspections, ordnance reporting and handling, and expeditionary communications.

NAVELSG is an “Operational Reserve” command organized and staffed to provide a wide range of supply and transportation support critical for peacetime support, crisis response, humanitarian and combat service support missions.

NAVELSG delivers logistics capabilities with active and mobilization-ready Navy Reserve Force Sailors and equipment to theater commanders in support of the military strategy:

• Organizes, trains, equips and deploys active and reserve units for port and air cargo handling missions, ordnance handling and reporting services, and supply support to forces deployed ashore.

• Responds to humanitarian relief efforts and builds allies through humanitarian efforts among host nations.