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ProudStepMom
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  • Ann Arbor, MI
  • United States

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ProudStepMom replied to ProudStepMom's discussion 'Travel on USS Theodore Roosevelt - Parent of Officer' in the group NFO moms
"Thank you for your respone! As it turns out, Hawaii may not be able to accommodate the aircraft carrier in port at the time the deployment ends.  It is not something limited to the enlisted.  However, in order to be notified ASAP (or when…"
Feb 14
ProudStepMom replied to ProudStepMom's discussion 'Travel on USS Theodore Roosevelt - Parent of Officer' in the group NFO moms
"Thank you for your response.  As it turns out, there is a great likelihood that the port in Hawaii will not be able to accommodate my stepson's aircraft carrier at the end of his deployment.  Meanwhile, my stepson is beginning to…"
Feb 14
Marianne replied to ProudStepMom's discussion 'Travel on USS Theodore Roosevelt - Parent of Officer' in the group NFO moms
"Dear ProudStepMom: My DS tells me that this is actually fairly common, depending on space availability. It is only for family members, i.e., no GF or BF. He did not believe it was limited to enlisted. You can get details from the family contact…"
Jan 19
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Travel on USS Theodore Roosevelt - Parent of Officer

My son said there was a possibility that a family member could travel on the aircraft carrier from Hawaii to California (at the end of deployment).  He didn't know if this opportunity was limited to the family members of the enlisted sailors.  Does anyone have any info on this OR can you direct me to where I can get additional information on this opportunity??See More
Jan 18

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A little about me:
I am the proud stepmom of an enlisted son who was selected for the Seaman to Admiral Program in the Navy. Nine years into his career, my son is graduating with honors from Auburn University and will be commissioned as an Officer in the Navy in August. My son is one of the finest men I will ever know! I am lucky and so is the Navy!!! Thank you Navy for giving him this opportunity to excel!!!
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Son/Daughter
Stage of (Sailor’s) Navy career?
Officer
When I heard “Navy,” I...
Was concerned or afraid
The Navy offers opportunities that...
For the right individual the Navy may present some wonderful opportunities. My son has excelled because he is smart and goal-oriented and loyal: traits that will make a fine Officer. He enlisted in 2004 as a sailor and in 2013 he will graduate, with honors, from college and receive his commission as an Officer. Thank you NAVY!!
Our Navy experience so far...
It was positive and maturing. Our relationship has grown stronger.

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