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900's division sailors

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900's division sailors

Members: 1228
Latest Activity: 16 hours ago

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Div 921

Started by Sansan61. Last reply by lemonelephant 22 hours ago. 11 Replies

Ship 2 Div 920

Started by Godsgirl. Last reply by Godsgirl on Thursday. 6 Replies

Ship 02 DIV 915

Started by Mom2NixPix. Last reply by carpediem_pct Feb 4. 6 Replies

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Comment by ShawnMom 16 hours ago
Ship name is not needed. No worries, he will get your letters.
Comment by Sansan61 yesterday
Thanks Lisa!
Comment by LisaZski yesterday
They do. Envelopes & paper.
Comment by Sansan61 yesterday
Thank you!!! Do they have envelopes there? I sent stamps.
Comment by LisaZski yesterday
Mine is 02-916. We did not put ship name. He has gotten all our letters.
Comment by TACsMom yesterday
Sansan6 My son was ship 2 div 910 and I addressed his letters that way did not put Rueben James on his letters and he still received them.
Comment by Sansan61 yesterday
On the form letter we received from our son, hi address is: Ship 02 Div 921. We were told that this is the correct address to write to our son. Someone said I had to put the actual ship name: Reubens James????? If that's the case, he has not received the 4 letters sent . Help!
Comment by teachermom on Tuesday

CSURamsNavy, Jen, and Godsgirl

My son is also 920 with PIR on 3/24.  He is the drum major.

Comment by lemonelephant on Tuesday

Everyone, Make it a habit to check your My Page because you may have comments from Members and not even know it if you have the notifications turned off for comments on your My Page. To reply to someone who leaves a comment on your My Page, click on "Comment Back" or "View Thread" (you will have to do that if the person has their profile set to "Just My Friends") below the comment. Also check in the upper left to see if you have Friend requests or any new messages in your Inbox.

Comment by CSURamsNavy on Tuesday

Our son called yesterday, Div 920 Ship 02 PIR 3/24. He is doing great. He is in choir.

 

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