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Choose your Username.  For the privacy and safety of you and/or your sailor, no last names are allowed, even if your last name differs.  Also, please do not include your email address in your user name. Go to "Settings" above to set your Username.  While there, complete your Profile so you can post and share photos and videos of your Sailor and share stories with other moms!

Make sure to read our Community Guidelines and this Navy Operations Security (OPSEC) checklist - loose lips sink ships!

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OPSEC - Navy Operations Security

Always keep Navy Operations Security in mind.  In the Navy, it's essential to remember that "loose lips sink ships."  OPSEC is everyone's responsibility. 

DON'T post critical information including future destinations or ports of call; future operations, exercises or missions; deployment or homecoming dates.  

DO be smart, use your head, always think OPSEC when using texts, email, phone, and social media, and watch this video: "Importance of Navy OPSEC."

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Today's Sailor can contribute to exciting innovations by pursuing an interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  Learn more here:

Navy.com Para Padres

Visite esta página para explorar en su idioma las oportunidades de educación y carreras para sus hijos en el Navy. Navy.com

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If you're considering joining the Navy, you may be wondering what life would be like on a ship. In this video see how life on a Navy ship could be your home away from home.

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Comment by ReneeHum on March 14, 2017 at 8:59pm

Hi my son will be leaving this fall for his first time out on a ship, what do I need to know & what can we send him?

Comment by Momof2NavyFemales on September 18, 2015 at 12:10am

I have not been on this website for awhile. My oldest daughter joined the Navy about two years ago. She is doing well in her chosen career and absolutely loves it. Now her baby sister is somewhat following in her footsteps. But Big sister is stationed in the USA. Little sister will eventually be stationed on an Aircraft Carrier is what we were told. Right now she is still in high school, and things could change, but this worried Navy Mom is wondering what life is like on a ship or Aircraft carrier because I know it will be different from being on land. Thanks for any information.

Comment by Sandy's_sailor son on December 27, 2014 at 10:04pm
When Sailors are deployed the only contact is through email. Your Sailor needs to email you first. This clears you to be able to send emails there after. Sometimes Sailors can call home using the ships phone.
Comment by Hershey<3s4 on June 3, 2014 at 10:46am

Hi, my son's ship USS George Washington left Japan last May 23, 2014. Is there a way that we can check on them? I haven't heard from him since then. When can he contact us again? Thanks

Comment by Hershey<3s4 on April 23, 2014 at 11:51am

Hello, i don't have any idea about it too.  My son is going to board USS Washington, Yokosuka in Japan next week.  Fresh from booth camp & A school.  He's only 19 years old.  He's excited but we are happy yet worried.  This is the start of his career & totravel around the world.  We wish him well & Navy will protect him. May our sons & daughters be safe always! 

Comment by rita on March 25, 2014 at 7:19pm
My daughter is aboard the USS Spruance if anyone can give me some pointers on how things are going aboard this vessel or have a loved one there I would greatly appreciate it.

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