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BULLS UNIT Ship 06 DIV 147 proud Mom here.

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Comment by Kris on Saturday
My PO had provide when in way sown
Comment by Kris on Saturday
For division, etc....see if they can assist or as l stated
Comment by lemonelephant on Saturday

Reasons to wait on The Form Letter before sending letters:

1. The PAO at the RTC asks that loved ones wait on the form letter before mailing letters. See http://www.bootcamp.navy.mil/fam_guide.html.

2. The recruiter does not always give the right address and letters that do not have the correct address may be returned or may be delayed several weeks in getting to your recruit since it will not be a high priority for those in the mail room to look up the correct information.

3. Even if you do have the correct information, your recruit will not receive letters that are mailed before receiving the form letter much quicker, if at all, than letters mailed after receiving the form letter because recruits do not receive mail until they are in their permanent ship and a Recruit Mail Petty Officer is trained. The first Mail Call is on day 1-3 or 1-4 DOT.

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Note: If it has been at least 2 calendar weeks since your recruit arrived at the RTC and you do not have a form letter, then you can call the recruiter and get the address and mail letters to your recruit, but be sure to double-check the address against those at http://www.bootcamp.navy.mil/contact_recruit.html or Ship/Division--How it Works.

Comment by Colton'sMom on Monday

Kris, I am wondering where you got the information as to what unit and what ship your child is in while at boot camp. My son is also in the bulls division and we were given no information from the recruiter as to division or what ship he would be staying in.

Comment by Kris on Monday
Got my letter today as well. The recruiter provided it. May 12 is graduation date
Comment by Colton'sMom on Monday

Did you find out what ship they are in? I am at work yet and now want to leave to run to my mail box... I miss my son so much!!

Comment by Kris on Monday
Ship 06 div 147. I miss mine to and unless PIR changes to May 5 i cant make graduation...find a way to PM
Comment by Kris on Monday
His dad my ex got his box today too.. i am going on a trip that was planned with his originalswear in and PIR before BULLS unit. Cant change it.... :(
Comment by Colton'sMom on Monday

I guess the package came with his stuff today, but it only had a sweat shirt, hat and phone in it. I don't know what happened to the rest of the clothes he was wearing.

Comment by Kris on Monday
They can choose to keep or donate...

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