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Looking forward to meeting other moms whose sons and daughters are leaving for basic on 7/28 out of Sacramento, CA



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Hello, I'm actually in Stockton and my daughter is out of boot camp. She is now stationed in HI. I have a friend who's son leaves for GL next month.
Feel free to write me anytime.

Hi Dylansmom! I'm also from Vacaville and I know that our sailor's know each other. I would love to help you navigate this new world. Feel free to message me here or private message me. Looking forward to chatting soon.

Hi JujeB

Sorry for not replying sooner!!  Thats great that our Sailors know eachother. My son, dylan grew up here since 3rd grade.  he went to Callison, Vaca Pena and Buckingham.  I am looking forawrd to gettin his letter.  I can also be reached at


Hi Jgarlandfan, dylansmom & JujeB - look forward to meeting you three in person

Hi. Live in New Jersey. My son also left for boot camp 7/28. Waiting for the first letter. Ugh. Time going very slow. I guess we all feel the same.

I live in northern CA.  I too am looking forward to getting my son's letter!!!

dylansmom, I've left info for you on your My Page.

Don't forget to check in w the San FRan group because there are a number of families thinking of doing a meet, greet and eat in SF for Fleet Week. I am not sure if my husband and I will make it bc of other family plans.

Cindy, I've left info for you on your My Page.

I'm in Brentwood. Son left 0ct 5.


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