Check out boot camp moms, new moms stop here first and then check the item posted at the top on the forums page This will get you started. Like all military the Navy does have a language of its own and new ones are added at each phase of the career I've been doing this since 1984 and am still learning. One example by oldest son said he was going to the dump and do an off load....dump = garbage right?? no not in the Navy he was going to the ammo depot and unloading his extra munitions or returning them to stock. I also would recommend you do one phase at a time start with the boot camp then as she goes on to A school which is advance training follow it then she could get her duty station where she will be at and then when she goes to sea duty think about the deployments it can take a long time depending on her additional training and if assigned to a ship what rotation it is on (shore or sea). Welcome aboard.
Survival Guide for Navy4Moms Newbie clickable link
New Members Stop Here Group clickable link
Boot Camp Moms Grouip clickable link
Start with the Survival Guide - step by step, with jvideos, power point presentations, links, explanations, tips on using this site. It'll have the link to the Recruit Training Command. This site provided "official" information. The videos are fantastic. You'll feel like you are in Boot Camp yourself.