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Anyone's recruit on this ship and Division?

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Oops, sorry I didn't see the last part of your post, but no he didn't come from RCU.

ahhh  i ask because my sr came in with 2 other guys from RCU 2 weeks ago..   

I do not think the password changes. The password is something the SR makes up. I have seen this question on the FB page before. They always say the SR is the only one that can give you the password.

rtc told me the password does change

Gonna email them now, thanks again.

Well my Mom arrived safely in the Bahamas, just got the call from her. She mailed her last letter to our SR before she left.

Been busy doing stuff and keeping busy. Not long now Navy family!

YAY happy she got there safely . NOT LONG AT ALL

Good Morning Navy Family,  I hope everyone's weekend went by slow(for work purposes) but fast for (PIR purposes) LOL.   Got a little more stuff done to prepare for PIR,  have have all my jeans next to the bag and ready to go in.    I figured if I do a little each day it will make the days go by faster.

Has anyone received info on BS yet?   if so could you private message me to let me know.   Thanks so much

Have a great day and I hope this week flies by for all of us.

Morning! How would we receive info about BS? Just curious. I have to go get ready for work. HAVE A GREAT DAY. :-)

Good Morning Navy Family.....my weekend went slow.. quite nice tho,  hope everyone had a good weekend... Ordered some boots for PIR. the ones i wear when its snowy or rainy or riding horses are old and nasty.. bought the hubby a wool coat and some nice boots too..   HOPING these next 10 days fly by (we are driving up early thursday morn) have a hair appt the wednesday before PIR.  oooo gotta get my tires rotated too. maybe i should right down everything and post it on the fridge??lol   since today is ANOTHER holiday..no mail... my letter won't come til at least THURSDAY,  haven't heard a peep about BS ..ugh... 

Have a great Navy day... heres to this week FLYING by....   

That is too funny,   I also have any appointment to get my hair done on Wednesday.   I was a hairstylist for over 10 years and have not had anyone do anything to my hair other than cuts.   I am going to have the whole shabang done.   I am excited about that as well.  

Well by my calculations it should be sometime within the next couple of days and we should be getting a call hopefully by Thursday....  

Have a great day everyone.   HOOYAH

I'm really interested in why you think BS is in the next couple of days.  If you have info, please message me and let me know.

They don't even start the last week of training until Wednesday.  And, I really wonder if BS will be early in the last training week.  I suppose it could.  Most of the time, BS is after Captains Cup and before PIR.  In the last several weeks, they have had divisions do BS before Captains Cup.  But I wonder if that's going to happen in our case.

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