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Hello. Wondering if there are any moms out there who have a daughter in this division. Graduation is 3-2-2012

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He is staying therefor OS school. Good for Sarah...I can't wait to meet you guys!

What training day is this divison on?  For example:

Div 075, Thurs. 2/16, Day 5-3

Hello ColoradoMom--This division is on day 5 of week 5 of training. They were learning firefighting this week. Should be an interesting week for my daughter.  I cannot remember, do you have a son or daughter in basic?  Have you heard from them?  How are they doing?

Hi Sarah.  My SR is in div 075.  I'm just trying to figure out where the divisions are in their training compared to  one another.  Right now I have that today, Friday, 2/17, Divisions 80 and 77 are on 5-5. That means that div 78 and 79 are probably on 5-5 as well since they are "brother" divisions to 77 and 80.  I have that divisions 75 and 76 as well as 915 are on 5-4 and Div. 914 is on 5-3.  I don't know about 916 yet.

I am of course, assuming that they are on day 5, week 5.  I go to the website http://www.navydep.com/forums/showthread.php?t=433 to see what our SR's are doing day by day.  I do know that my daughter, Sarah, did learn how shoot weapons last week, so that does correlate with what I have read on the website.  Then again, if they dont pass whatever it is that they are learning on a specific day, does that put the whole division behind?

I just hope Sarah passes her abs!  She missed by 5 on the last PFA.  Will be glad to meet you too!

Got my Sailor call! I have been going between crying and giggling like a little girl! I am soooooooooooooooooooooooooo sooooooooooooooooooooo proud of my son! See you ladies Friday!

I got my Sailor call today at 3pm. So damn proud of her. I was on pins and needles all day. See you Friday too!

Congrats!

HELP 

did anyone fly out of Midway today(sunday) and go to Austin tx and grab the wrong set of pictures or extra's one by accident. will pay for the expense just want to find them,,

thanks

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