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 My son left for Great Lakes on April 9th and it feels like he has been gone since for ever, specially not being able to talk to him, except for that one call that only lasted 21 sec. I want to thank you guys for giving me that web-site where I can see them training I pray every night that my son eventually come across the camara and I can see him, but at least I can see what he sees everyday and what he goes thru for his training. Still anxiously waiting for that second call to see how he is doing and to encourage him to keep up the good work. His PIR is 6/1, cant wait to give that boy a bear hug... :)

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here is the link to your PIR group...there should be a few there from 170

http://www.navyformoms.com/group/pir060112

thank you!!!!

Hi. My son arrived at RTC on the 11th. I would love to know what link
you are talking about here. I still have not heard from him...other than the
box and form letter. Could you share the web site you talked about?
Thank you so much. Best wishes to you

http://www.facebook.com/NavyRecruitTrainingCommand

Hope you get lucky and the photographer takes pic's of your son...one thing is that we can not ask for pictures of specific Div. or hint about it, we just have to pray we get lucky, but like I said, at least it gives me an idea of my son's everyday activities..Good luck and God bless.!!!

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