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Members: 291
Latest Activity: on Monday

If your child is having a hard time with the pfa's or anything of that nature i would love to chat. My son is also in RCU so if anyone would like to talk about that we can

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How many chances

Started by Parrothdgal. Last reply by lemonelephant on Monday. 1 Reply

Any info anyone

Started by IgWhisperer. Last reply by lemonelephant Oct 15. 8 Replies

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Comment by RJNavyMom on November 29, 2017 at 10:20pm
Sending Love and Prayers to all Recruits and their families who need a word of encouragement right now. A few months ago I was in the same spot asking for Prayers for my Recruit. Just keep the Faith!!!! God Bless you all! Happy Holidays to each of you.
Comment by Navmom on November 6, 2017 at 10:59pm
Prayers to all sailors recruits and their moms. Give them strength and let them believe in themselves. They can make this happen. To all moms, we all have been there, keep the faith as we continue to pray for them all.
Comment by GranmaFaye on November 4, 2017 at 3:17pm

Praying for the recruits who need to pass so that they can move on. Father, give them strength and bring peace and calmness to them. Please allow them to realize their dreams. In Jesus's name. Amen.

Comment by Downtoearth 123456 on October 15, 2017 at 7:02pm

Prayer Warriors are  interceding already for ALL. Thank you!

Comment by RJNavyMom on October 14, 2017 at 8:44pm

You're Welcome Downtoearth 123456.  We will continue to send up many prayers for all the young men and women that are on this journey that are trying to pass.

Comment by Downtoearth 123456 on October 14, 2017 at 4:49pm

Hello RJNavyMom, Awww that is awesome. Thank you so much for the information, advise and word of encouragement! It's heartbreaking to have to go through this with him but your right we can only encourge him to never give up, listen and do what to his instructors tell him to do but most importantly to rely on God for Everything. I can't wait to hug him. Good Luck and God Bless you and your Sailor. Prayers for our SRs and Families.

Comment by RJNavyMom on October 14, 2017 at 6:57am
Hello Downtoearth 123456 My Son was placed in the FIT Division for his swim about eight days before his scheduled graduation date. Although he was devastated we all encouraged him not to give up. He had to take swim lessons twice a day. They are allowed to test after they show that they have corrected and improved in the areas that they are having trouble in. Encourage your SR to take what they are telling to do and just do it. They are there to help them pass. My Son didn’t have to do any other training while in FIT because he had passed everything but the swim. On the day of his PIR he finally passed!!!! He missed his graduation date but it was ok because today he is still a Sailor who is now in “A” School. I pray that your SR will keep swimming!!! Blessings to you both.
Comment by Downtoearth 123456 on October 13, 2017 at 4:53pm

Hi All, Does anyone know what happens to SR when in the Fit division due to failing swim test? Do they just have him learn how to swim everyday or does he have to train the same as everyone else? Thanks.

Comment by MomOf4 on October 11, 2017 at 5:35pm
It’s 4:30 Chicago time and I haven’t heard from my SR — so either he didn’t pass or he hasn’t been allowed to call yet...gosh, this waiting game is tough!
Comment by Navmom on October 10, 2017 at 3:24pm

HiMomOf4, 

I will be praying for your son, 20 seconds is nothing. HE CAN DO THIS!!  When I finally got to talk to my son this past Friday, he said his RDC ran with him- They will help him pass and he will become a sailor- keep the faith and light up a blue candle if possible for him- I believe their tests are at around 4:00 AM.

Keep us posted!

 

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