This site is for mothers of kids in the U.S. Navy and for Moms who have questions about Navy life for their kids.
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"It's an honor and a privilege to be a part of this group......our kids are working to take on difficult challenges to keep our nation safe and free.
Thank you for those of you who are paving the way for us newbies! When it comes right…"
"Our son sent a Cubs jersey and a note that said he set up rooftop seats for his dad and me on July 4th! What a surprise. So excited....driving his jeep to him as a treat for graduation from A school.
Goose Creek here I come!"
"Your sailor will have a pretty structured time until the weekends and until she phases up. Our sailor arrived on Saturday, but spent that first weekend getting acclimated and learning his surroundings.
Sailors are required to do a certain…"
"There are 13 divisions graduating so perhaps they paired 068 with the 900 division otherwise, one division would go alone if they were running full out up to the four divisions.
I'm sure you'll be getting your call soon! Hang in there."
"So brother divisions typically go together through BS so that would be 61/62, but not sure if they go sequentially. According to one of the papers posted here up to four divisions can go at one time. This PIR has a 13 divisions I think so it would…"