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Hello! I have a question I was hoping someone may be able to answer. I know that the first letter you receive from your future sailor containing the graduation date, address, etc.. comes a week or two after they arrive. However, I was wondering if they can only initially send one letter to one person? Or are they going to be able to send this letter to more than one person? Thank you and wish you all the best!

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Hi Annie, they send it to one person and also they have changed the way they send the form letter out. let me put some sites down for you and it will give you much needed information as to how it works now.

Letter Writing & Fun Stuff/Questionnaires to send to your Recruit

 Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) and Fitness Improvement Training ..

When to Expect Your Form Letter

If there is anything I can do for you please let me know. Have a Great Day!

Thank you so much for your help. I really appreciate it more than you can imagine (:

you are welcome, remember on this site there is no such thing as a dumb/silly question, so if means that much to you and it doesnt leave your mind please ask. You are never alone on this site. if it is to vent or be sad we are here with you the whole way. beleive me I was a total mess when I joined this site, This site was heaven sent. so please come join and express, you will see you are not alone.

Annie I would like to welcome you to this site, I help out on Boot Camp Mom and if there is anything that I can answer for you do not hesitate to ask. There is a Great group of Ladies that are more than willing to answer any question's you may have. Congrats to your New SR. (Seaman Recruit)

Annie-- This site may also help answer some of your other questions about what they are going through. http://www.navydep.com/forums/index.php
Welcome to the roller coaster!!

Thank you so much! I appreciate the response and will definitely look into it!

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