Navy Reserves

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The Navy Reserve mission for MSC is to provide cargo afloat rig teams (CART), expeditionary port units (EPUs), Tactical Advisor (TACAD) units, headquarters (HQ) support units, logistics support units, and strategic sealift units (SSUs) for operations which require additional manpower not normally required during sustained peacetime operations. The Navy Reserve is MSC's manpower solution for surge mission sets.

Nearly 900 selected Navy reservists are assigned to 40 MSC units worldwide. When mobilized, these reservists quickly take charge of establishing MSC port offices to assist with sealift operations wherever and whenever needed.

For more information about the Navy Reserves, visit: https://www.navy.com/who-we-are/about-navy-reserve

For current Navy Reservists who are already assigned to MSC and interested in training and mobilization opportunities, please login to the MSC iNavy Portal.
(Please note: this portal is CAC-enabled and requires credentials to login)

To access MSC training on the Navy E-Learning curriculum, visit: https://my.navy.mil/

Sealift Logistics Command Atlantic Navy Reservists assigned to seven cargo afloat rig teams.

Sealift Logistics Command Atlantic Navy Reservists assigned to seven cargo afloat rig teams.

A member of the CART team onboard USNS Henry J. Kaiser signals to the USS Chung-Hoon as underway replenishment operations begin. U.S. Navy photo by Sarah E. Burford

A member of the CART team onboard USNS Henry J. Kaiser signals to the USS Chung-Hoon as underway replenishment operations begin. U.S. Navy photo by Sarah E. Burford

Navy Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Joseph Venezio shuttles cargo to an underway replenishment station aboard USNS Flint during four days of cargo transfers to USNS Wally Schirra. U.S. Navy photo by BM1 Gabriel Martinez

Navy Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Joseph Venezio shuttles cargo to an underway replenishment station aboard USNS Flint during four days of cargo transfers to USNS Wally Schirra. U.S. Navy photo by BM1 Gabriel Martinez

Sailors assigned to Cargo Afloat Rig Team 1 and crew members aboardUSNS Henry J. Kaiser prepare to transfer biofuel to USS Princeton. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Eva-Marie Ramsaran

Sailors assigned to Cargo Afloat Rig Team 1 and crew members aboardUSNS Henry J. Kaiser prepare to transfer biofuel to USS Princeton. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Eva-Marie Ramsaran