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My son shipped out to boot camp on 2 October 2018.  I know he is busy busy busy.  Just waiting on my first letter so I can send him the letters I've already written.

Anyone else have a recruit who shipped out on 2 October 2018?

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My recruit shipped out on the 2nd also.  I can't wait to hear from him.  Or at least get an address.

Micah, I put info on your My Page to help you get started. 

The Form Letter now arrives 9 to 14 business days after the recruit's arrival at the RTC in most cases. It will give you his address and PIR date.

Thank you

You are very welcome. I hope to see you in Boot Camp Moms (and loved ones). 

Did you get an "I'm here call?"

He called his aunt so I know he made it. Just waiting on the address.

Did you get an "I'm here call?"

I got the "I'm here call"

My son also shipped out on 2 October 2018.

I'm waiting for my letter also.

zalinda, I put info on your My Page to help you get started.

Thank you but I'm still a little lost

You are very welcome. If you have any questions, then just ask. I am willing to help and you will find LOTS of info and support on the site.

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