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Molly's Adopt A Sailor Discussions (124)

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2009 April Sailors!

Hello to all you dear and wonderful moms. In Molly’s absence, Steve’s Mom contacted me to ask if I would consider being the April mom. I ta…

Started by ADNLatest Reply

March Sailors!

Hello Everyone! It is my privilege to choose our March Group! First, though, I must extend hearty anniversary wishes to Navy for Moms.com!…

Started by Pat L. in ILLatest Reply

A Thank you from the USS Rodney M. Davis...

Mary and Molly, I wanted to say on behalf of all RODNEY M. DAVIS Sailors, THANK YOU for ALL of the cards. I know that you told me before t…

Started by Mary, Proud Mom of NickLatest Reply

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March, 2017 Adoption - "Blue Hawks" deployed on the USS Lake Champlain

The March, 2017 adoption is the Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 78, the Blue Hawks, deployed on the USS Lake Champlain. The group consi…

Started by Pat L. in IL

10 yesterday
Reply by carols_kitchen

♥We Stitch Love Project♥

      We Stitch Love is a program where we create pillowcases and other handmade items for our deployed military. Our goal is to help thes…

Started by diane {Shawns mom}

694 Mar 1
Reply by Kim (Ethan's Mom)

February, 2017 Adoption - Air Force in Africa

The February adoption is Air Force in Africa consisting of 24 males. Due to OPSEC restrictions, our Contact could not share what this group…

Started by Pat L. in IL

16 Feb 25
Reply by Pat L. in IL

A New Year.....A New Adoption......USS Mahan

The January, 2017, adoption is the USS Mahan which is about 2 months into a 7 month deployment. The group consists of 50 males and 10 femal…

Started by Pat L. in IL

8 Feb 15
Reply by Pat L. in IL

December, 2016 - We're Going Back to Al Asad, Iraq!

The December, 2016, group is Army deployed to Al Asad, Iraq, consisting of 34 males and 2 females. They have access to a microwave. Pillow…

Started by Pat L. in IL

30 Dec 28, 2016
Reply by carols_kitchen

November, 2016 - Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells.......Love is on the way!

Our November/Christmas adoption is TWO GROUPS! GROUP #1 The Engineering Department deployed on the USS Makin Island consisting of 50 males…

Started by Pat L. in IL

36 Dec 2, 2016
Reply by Rivermom

October, 2016 - Marines in Romania

The October adoption is a group of 30 Marines (all males) deployed to Romania. They do NOT have access to a microwave. Pillowcases are a GO…

Started by Pat L. in IL

4 Oct 28, 2016
Reply by Kim (Ethan's Mom)

September, 2016 - Group on the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower

Our September adoption is a group deployed on the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower consisting of 20 males and 10 females. They work on the Flight D…

Started by Pat L. in IL

15 Sep 20, 2016
Reply by carols_kitchen

August, 2016 - USS San Jacinto

The USS San Jacinto (CG-56) is a Guided Missile Cruiser deployed with the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group. We are adopting se…

Started by Pat L. in IL

9 Aug 27, 2016
Reply by Sarabi2013

July, 2016 - United States Coast Guard

This month we are adopting a Coast Guard ship! Last time we adopted a Coast Guard group was September, 2012! They are based out of Seattle,…

Started by Pat L. in IL

31 Jul 27, 2016
Reply by Pat L. in IL

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