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Sue S
  • Stillwater, NY
  • United States

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I am here to support my
Son/Daughter
Stage of (Sailor’s) Navy career?
Enlisted
When I heard “Navy,” I...
Was proud and encouraged it
The Navy offers opportunities that...
My son has been well cared for by his extended Navy family, every step of his career. The Navy has insured that he has the training, education and experience he needs to do his job well. He has become a responsible, squared away sailor and we are very, very proud of his accomplishments.
Our Navy experience so far...
It was positive and maturing. Our relationship has grown stronger.

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At 8:01am on April 28, 2010, Acronym Momma said…
Thank you very much for the "Welcome"! I hope all is well with you & your Sailor(s) as well. Happy to be here~
At 5:00pm on November 15, 2009, DC - G'mother of My Fav Sailor said…
Congratulations to you as well! Wasn't it all great. I thought about you, realizing that you were celebrating everything three hours before we were. We had a grand time.
At 9:46pm on November 8, 2009, DC - G'mother of My Fav Sailor said…
That's fantastic! Just wait for Family Day. That will e even better.
At 12:40am on November 6, 2009, DC - G'mother of My Fav Sailor said…
The Reaper is long steep hill that is climbed at the end of the Crucible. It is pretty tough, thus the nickname. If you haven't read it, get "Into the Crucible." While it is about the SD Crucible it is interesting in terms of the underlying philosophy. At SD, it seems phone calls are kept to a minimum. It also varies by platoon. All the other platoons, except my grandson's, were allowed power bars and/or cookies.

Bryce's platoon earned Honor Platoon!

What time is your son scheduled to finish?
At 10:54pm on November 4, 2009, DC - G'mother of My Fav Sailor said…
Sue, Golf Company should be approaching the Reaper about then. They are scheduled to finish around 8:00 a.m. I will be saying some prayers for Kilo Company. We're getting close ... OOH RAH!
 
 
 

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