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My Bf arrival to BC was Sept. 3, 2020. Any others have Recruits to arrive on or around the same day?

Hi, 

My bf left for bootcamp on Wednesday 9/2,and arrived in Chicago 9/3 around 6:45pm that evening. I talked to him up to the point where he arrived .  Then he had his first call around 10pm that night , that I missed :-( (I'm still sad that  I missed his last call) . He sent a text saying he love us and his next call is in 4 weeks.

I just wanted to connect with other members who had a loved one arrive on or around the same day . Have you received anything in the mail from your loved one ? Ship or letter info? Anything? I'm just in the dark about everything until I hear back from him next month. 

Thanks, 

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My SR arrived 9/2, so close to the same date.  They may be in the same TG with the same PIR.

Oh!  and I believe we both can expect the form letter with the SR address around 9/30 to 10/3.  But hold that timeline loosely.  Once you get that, you can start sending mail.

Hi! 

You're correct -  they could be in both together! Thanks so much for the information. I will definitely be stalking the mail carrier everyday until I receive the FL. When I receive mine, I will let you know. 

Thanks!

Welcome Patrice,

  • My SR arrived at the GL September 1st. I'm waiting for my official letter and 2nd phone call to come. Another Navy mom on here whose sailor has been in since 2016 suggested I sign up for informed delivery at usps.com. The Navy mom's on here have been very helpful with answering any questions I may have.

Jen

Hi Jen, 

Thank you for the welcome. It's great to hear your SR's arrival at GL  is close to mines. I am also waiting for the FL and his 2nd phone call. I will be sure not to miss his call this time.  Thank you for the  helpful tip, I just signed up for the Informed Delivery. I agree, - this group and everyone here has been a lifesaver. 

Thanks, 

P

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