At age 2, Scott Lieng and his mother escaped a Cambodian prison camp in the middle of the night. With nothing but the clothes on their backs, they entered the U.S. and began to rebuild their lives. Growing up, Scott always had a sense of service. America had given so much to his family that he felt a strong pull to enter the Naval Academy after his high school graduation. The Navy has widened Scott’s perspective on life and its diversity has allowed him to meet more people than he could have ever imagined. With a family of his own now, Scott impacts the people around him through his role as a Supply Corps Officer. After Scott has served his time, he plans to go back to Cambodia and build schools to help provide educational opportunities for children.
CITIZEN NO. T399836
SUPPLY CORPS OFFICER
As a Supply Corps Officer, you will perform executive-level duties in inventory control, financial management, physical distribution systems, petroleum management, personnel transportation, and other related areas. In this role, you may be working in shore-based warehouses, air cargo terminals at naval air stations, and aboard ships. The diverse working locations provide an excellent opportunity for expanding knowledge and skills in inventory management, financial management, procurement, and warehouse management.
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