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http://usmilitary.about.com/od/navyjoin/l/aanavybasic1.htm
Week by week description of what our Recruits are going through in boot camp. A great way to keep up with them.
www.unitedthroughreading.org - a non-profit organization created to help keep the familial bond between parent and child during deployments and/or grandparent and grandchild while stationed far apart.
http://www.afvclub.com/main.taf?p=5,1&ID1=google&ID2=armed_...
Armed Forces Vacation Club
Vacation Discounts for Military and immediate family.

* http://www.navyaircrew.com/ - personal page about Aircrew

* http://www.tourohio.com/fleetaw/ -

   The Fleet AW Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of interest in the Naval Aircrewman community (AWs; formerly known as Aviation Warfare Systems Operators and as Antisubmarine Warfare Operators); the advancement of Naval Aircrewman systems operations; the dissemination of technical, educational and scientific information relating to Naval Aircrewman systems operations; and furtherance of the public welfare.


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The link you give above, for PIR info, does not work:  http://www1.netc.navy.mil/nstc/rtcgl/family/grad.html

Lost in this Military Life?...Let Us Guide You In The Right Direction!
COMPASS is a 12-hour program taught in three four-hour sessions where mentors act as discussion leaders.

Participants are encouraged to ask any questions they may have in a non-judgmental climate.

Participants are introduced to many aspects of the Navy.COMPASS is a standardized Team-Mentoring program developed BY SPOUSES FOR SPOUSES.

http://www.gocompass.org/

I put a lot of good into on navy boot camp at http://bootcamp4me.com

I have the official recruit training guide they give to the navy recruits, pay charts and much more.

Hope you guys like it!

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