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Hi moms, here's a new video from Rear Admiral Robin Braun. Who is she you ask? RDML Braun is our spokesperson. This site is very near and dear to her heart. She's a mom and served as the Navy as Deputy Commander at Navy Recruiting Command in Millington, TN. She's been in the Navy for 27 years, currently in the Navy Reserve. RDML Braun is a pilot and has flown the Navy's big aircraft like DC-9s and EC-130Qs (for her full background, see the link below). You may see more from her from time to time at events and on the site. Several of our members have had a chance to get to know her. Hopefully, as this site continues to grow and our events spread around the country she'll be able to join in again.

This video is part of a series. Next to come is one dedicated to A/C School. Hopefully, it will give you some insight so you'll know what your Sailors can expect in their next training position. Look for a poll to hit the site in the next few months. We'll be asking you for additional video topics.

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Comment by Proud but nervous MOM on June 9, 2009 at 2:34pm
Thank you Admiral Braun for this video, it is very informative!
Comment by Proud but nervous MOM on June 9, 2009 at 2:30pm
Hi Kim Dohoney:

My Name is Brenda, my son has been in Japan for the last 2 years he is on the crew of uss george washington. I have just joined Navy4Moms and am looking forward to speaking with anyone who have sons or daughters stationed in Japan. I hope we can talk sometime. I send him lots of things, especially home baked cookies and on holidays I send small reminders of home. God bless you and your son.

Brenda from NY
Comment by Kim Dohoney on June 6, 2009 at 12:36am
hi. my name is kim. my son has been in japan since last sept.he is on the crew of the uss blue ridge.i have been wanting to connect with a group whose son's or daughters are in i was glad to get this. we email, and talk once in a while, and of course we send him stuff, but it seems like he buys better stuff than we can send him ! lol! hope to hear from you or a mom's group soon! god bless you all!
kim from in.
Comment by Joanne on June 1, 2009 at 3:20pm
Hi Elle; when my daughter was in A school she was asked to take part in a recruitment type program for Women in the Navy; she's a Seabee.
Comment by Navy for Moms Admin on May 28, 2009 at 12:51pm
Hey ladies - I'm not sure why this is happening. Try visiting and sending a note to them. There is a link at the bottom of the page to contact them - you fill out a quick form. They can work with you to see if it's your browser or a bug!
Comment by Rita CTI Mom on May 16, 2009 at 1:34pm
I use an AOL browser and can't figure out how to view video. Can anyone help?
Comment by JEANNE PUTNAM on May 14, 2009 at 12:01pm
Rear Admiral Robin Braun you represent our lady Soldiers so beautifully! Thanks you! It has been so wonderful to talk to other mothers who's children serve in the Navy.
Comment by Becky on May 1, 2009 at 10:57pm
i have been on this site from almost the begining and i have never seen this vid ! WOW I LOVE IT AND ALL THE NEW MOMS SHOULD SEE IT . Becky
Comment by Marianne on April 19, 2009 at 11:18am
I love Navy4Moms and think is a wonderful website. My daughter Liz is in Pensacola and will finish her training. I have a question. Is it possible to do some type of service project for our sailors. Our church would like to do something, i.e., letters, phone cards, etc. Is this something we could do? I would appreciate your response.
Comment by Christine Munch on March 24, 2009 at 5:13pm
Thank you for your wonderful message. Christine Munch

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