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900's division sailors

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900's division sailors

Members: 1254
Latest Activity: 2 hours ago

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Ship 02, Div 924

Started by 5whosmom. Last reply by HGBmomKaren Apr 17. 1 Reply

USS RUEBEN JAMES,,,

Started by Collin. Last reply by lemonelephant Mar 24. 48 Replies

Ship 2 Div 920

Started by Godsgirl. Last reply by Godsgirl Mar 21. 37 Replies

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Comment by lemonelephant on Monday

You are very welcome. Be sure to also check out the info on PIR in 800 and 900 Divisions.

Comment by Southern Mom⚓️ on Monday
Thank you lemonelephant, I will look at that. I appreciate all the good tips for PIR.
Comment by lemonelephant on Sunday

Southern Mom, there are signs to indicate where the divisions will be, but you choose your seat and can sit where ever you choose. See PIR Day and Liberty during PIR Weekend.

Comment by Southern Mom⚓️ on Saturday

We saw our son as well, plmont0429!  It's such a proud moment to see them dressed in their dress whites and functioning in a graduation!  We will hopefully get to sit in the same section with you guys and all of the 930 division families and celebrate together as we watch their PIR.  

Does someone know if families are seated according to their SR's division?

Have a great week everyone!  Two weeks!!!  

Comment by lemonelephant on Friday

plmont0429, That is great!

Comment by plmont0429 on May 19, 2017 at 12:15pm

Just watched today's PIR and saw my boy - happy Momma moment!! Hooyah, Division 930! See you in two weeks!!

Comment by Navymamabear on May 16, 2017 at 6:11pm

idyastrid, my daughter is in ship 2 division 932. PIR date 6/16.

Comment by ldyastrid on May 16, 2017 at 12:20pm

My son is in division 931 - anyone else here?

Comment by Morbjorn on May 12, 2017 at 2:34pm

Congrats to all our new sailors!

I just got done eating lunch with my son! His PIR was this morning, and now he & his wife are contentedly napping together for the first time in 2 months.

I just wanted to comment that if you don't see your Division 927 sailor at PIR, remember that there are Rail Guards posted at the upper level during the ceremony, so you might not see your son or daughter - but know that they are serving by helping to run things during the ceremony. Since my son is musically inclined & plays several instruments, I wasn't surprised to find out he was in a performing division. I did expect to see him somewhere, though - so I was wondering when he wasn't in front with everyone else.

I don't always contribute to these groups, but have found many helpful tips, so I wanted to pass something on :)

Comment by Qenime on May 12, 2017 at 1:34pm
I got my first letter from my son yesterday. He said that he is enjoying division 932 much more than his previous division before he joined the choir.
 

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