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PIR 1/14/2011

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PIR 1/14/2011

This is for all of us who have recruits graduating from RTC on January 14th, 2011. Here we can all support eachother through the long separation and prepare to see our US Navy Sailors for the first time after RTC.

Location: Great Lakes, IL
Members: 111
Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011




This PIR group includes Divisons 39-48, 908!
Best of luck to all of them!

Discussion Forum

A School at Port Hueneme

Started by Mossgirl4. Last reply by Terry'saproudmom(Ship02-Div936) Jun 25, 2011. 9 Replies

Anyone have recruits going to Port Hueneme after boot camp graduation?

Nuke A School FAQ

Started by NF Mom. Last reply by NF Mom Feb 25, 2011. 1 Reply

 Nuke A School FAQ click the Above LinkContinue

AO's going to A-School in Pensacola

Started by Proud AO Mom. Last reply by Proud AO Mom Jan 18, 2011. 3 Replies

If your SR's job is Aviation Ordanceman going to A-School in Pensacola I'd love to hear from you.Continue

Anyone Grad and Go for " A" School in Groton, CT?

Started by Eileen (USS Albany). Last reply by Kate-Ship 12/Div 039 Jan 17, 2011. 7 Replies

My Sailor (YEAH!!) is Grad and Go for "A" School in Groton. Am wondering if any other Moms know if their guys are going? Any good links for Groups there?

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Comment by Alysia-Redsmom (VQ-4/ATO) on July 29, 2011 at 1:14pm
Good afternoon everyone....
Ryan has completed A School at PNAS and came home for a 2 week visit. It was WONDERFUL :-)
His orders took him to Tinker AFB in OK. He is part of the TACAMO program and has been assigned to the VQ-4 Recon Squadron (E-6B Mercury planes). He finised up his indoc classes and will start C School as the end of August.

Safe travels, Fair Winds and Following Seas for all OUR Sailors!!
Comment by susanm(ZEKESMOM) on May 28, 2011 at 3:22pm

Hello all! It's been a while since we were all eagerly anticipating PIR. My son is home for the weekend for the first time since he left for boot camp in November. It is only for a few days but I will take what I can get. He has changed so much. A year ago he and his sister would have been at each others throats. But now, they have talked non stop since we pick him up at the airport and he has gone with her to some school functions. I feel like I'm dreaming. It's so weird.

Comment by Tamme on May 20, 2011 at 11:36am
Hello to all of you as well.  Our son will finally be coming home next Friday.  He is so glad to be getting out of Great Lakes.  He has now finished his A, ATT & C school and after a two week leave will be reporting to the USS Ronald Reagan in San Diego.  Can't wait to catch up with all of you.
Comment by bluewarriorlady on May 20, 2011 at 11:34am
Hey everyone! Hope you all are doing well!
Comment by ProudGMBarb on February 27, 2011 at 5:03pm
gmaof6...Holy Cow...that was fast! What is your grandson's rate? didn't he have to go through school first? That would have been some fast training! But, yes, you are correct...the only thing you can expect is the unexpected. It's hard for all of us to let go and go with the flow. Kinda makes ya feel helpless. I try to remember I did my part for as long as I could...now he's growing up. I can adjust to that part...I just pray all our sailors stay safe!
Comment by gmaof6 on February 27, 2011 at 7:59am
Received the DVD, it's hard to watch now.  My grandson was already deployed overseas near the coast of Africa right now.  Happened so fast, just 4 days after arriving in Norfolk. I think it was so upsetting because it was so fast and unexpected.  I guess you have to learn to expect the unexpected in the Navy.
Comment by ProudGMBarb on February 27, 2011 at 4:32am
Received our DVD this past week also. I cried more watching the DVD than I did graduation day! I think because on grad day I was sooooo wound and running on nerves and trying not to be a cry baby! These memories will last a lifetime.
Comment by Tamme on February 25, 2011 at 12:35pm
Just received the DVD this week.  Can't wait to watch it this weekend, especially to hear the speaker mention 045 again. 
Comment by Alysia-Redsmom (VQ-4/ATO) on February 25, 2011 at 12:31pm
I have finally received both the Keel & DVD of graduation. I got the Keel in reular mail then the following week by FedEx I got the DVD.

Watched it and cried all over again:-)
Comment by Tamme on February 17, 2011 at 1:10pm
We received the Keel yesterday but not the DVD yet. 
 

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