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January 2017 Blog Posts (9)

The box!

Son has been at boot camp for 6 days now..when I arrived home the box was on my doorstep! Clothes neatly folded inside...can't wait for the letter!

Added by mangofruit123 on January 31, 2017 at 7:52pm — 5 Comments

Birthday while on deployment

Hi - My turns 25 in March, was just deployed last week for 7-8 months! I know I've seen it before but was wondering if anyone has the website for ordering and sending a cake or such to celebrate his day? Many thanks!

Added by Island Girl on January 27, 2017 at 10:26pm — 2 Comments

A GOD sent taxi driver named David "Super Dave"

I was originally going to rent a vehicle for the weekend of December 16th 2016. My son graduated from the Great Lakes Naval command center boot camp. After we looked at the weather and the rules of entering base and the logistics of everthing we wanted to see and do, we decided to go with taxi service that most people use for graduations.For so many reasons it was the greatest decision we made at the last minute. I Came across this company by of course looking…

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Added by Josette Jeanis on January 13, 2017 at 3:24pm — 10 Comments

Thank you

Thank you for this site for support of our loved ones.

Added by MiMikt on January 12, 2017 at 2:03pm — No Comments

Making a Difference: Moms Helping Homeless Vets

Each day, you may see men and women, even some with children, standing at busy intersections with homemade signs, asking for food or money. Many of these individuals have no permanent home and a some may even be a veteran. As someone with a…

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Added by amynavymom on January 9, 2017 at 10:09am — No Comments

Coin Collection

Daughter says that every time she moves and unpacks her coins the collection seams to have grown.…

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Added by CryptoDad on January 8, 2017 at 11:54pm — No Comments

I'm just curious if anyone has a son or daughter that is currently in THU.

My son graduated from boot camp on December 16th 2016.  He found out two days prior to that that we was going to be put in THU and not sent on to A School in Pensacola as originally planned. He is being held back because he needs a medical waiver signed.  It is frustrating for him and for us to see him go through this.  He had knee surgery over a year ago and completed everything necessary prior to boot camp that was needed..... Doctor releases etc.  However, it appears that somewhere along…

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Added by EllenL on January 5, 2017 at 12:26pm — 2 Comments

Don't delete ME!!!

I don't remember if I sent this before or not.  Please don't delete me!  I'm definitely a lurker not a poster.  I have a submariner on the USS Dallas and everything I have learned on here has been a lifesaver.  Mostly a mind-saver!  Kept me from going into total panic mode more than once!

Thanks!!

Added by NJ Navy Mom Ship 03 Div 115 on January 2, 2017 at 12:20pm — 1 Comment

Letter Question

Hello and thank you for accepting me into this group. Reading all of the blogs/posts has been so informative and has helped to ease our minds a bit. My nephew is currently in bootcamp, DIV912 and set to graduate January 27th at this time. We are in NJ and have quite a few questions regarding flying in, car rentals, where to stay, and how this all works, so I'll be asking more questions in the weeks to come!...but first, my nephew had asked in a phone call last week to please send some pictures… Continue

Added by ProudAunt08 on January 2, 2017 at 4:27am — 2 Comments

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