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Does anyone have advice for me? My son Reports to MEPS on May 25th in San Diego. I'm not sure what to expect.

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He will be picked up or report to his recruiter's office on the 24th. He will go to the hotel that day. You will be able to eat dinner with him if you and he want to do that. You will not be able to go to his hotel room and he will have a curfew that evening when he must be in his room. You will be able to go to MEPS and see him sworn in and may be able to go to the airport to see him off if he wants that to happen.

Hi Lemonelephant! Thank you for your reply to my post. You've been so kind & helpful. I'm getting excited for my son to start his new journey. Thanks again!

You are very welcome.

Be sure to check out the discussion, Things to Do in the Last Month before Your Future Sailor Leaves for.... Be sure to slip a note in his wallet for him to read in the days before he has any mail.

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