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What are the names of all of the ships?

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There are 14 different "ships" (barracks), and about 12 divisions in each ship, and every one of them has a different address.

Ship 01:  USS Pearl Harbor (This Ship is no longer used.)

Ship 02:  USS Reuben James  (900 Divisions are housed here.)  3600 Ohio Street, Great Lakes, IL 60088

Ship 03:  USS Hopper  3600 Ohio Street, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3156

Ship 04:  USS Arleigh Burke  (800 Divisions and the RCU are housed here.  Other divisions are also housed here sometimes.)  3600 Ohio Street, Great Lakes, IL 60088-7103

Ship 05:  USS Theodore Roosevelt  (SEPS and the THU are here.) 3610 Illinois Street, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3118

Ship 06:  USS Constitution  3510 Illinois Street, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3119 (This Ship has been undergoing construction and may not be in use.)

Ship 07:  USS Chicago  3405 Sailor Drive, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3401

Ship 09:  USS John F. Kennedy  3415 Sailor Drive, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3515

Ship 10:  USS Enterprise  3425 Sailor Drive, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3525

Ship 11:  USS Kearsarge  3505 Sailor Drive, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3505

Ship 12:  USS Triton  3515 Sailor Drive, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3515

Ship 13:  USS Marvin Shields  3420 Sailor Drive, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3520

Ship 14:  USS Arizona  3410 Sailor Drive, Great Lakes, IL 60088-3510

Ship 17:  USS Mason  (This Ship is seldom used.)

Hello, my son is in ship 14 Division 17 is there any pictures of them in Facebook perhaps doing exercise..?

MySONJAUNITO here are some links you could look up

Are there any official RTC sites?

Yes, check out https://www.facebook.com/NavyRecruitTrainingCommand and http://www.bootcamp.navy.mil/. They will have lots of information for you. https://www.facebook.com/NavalServiceTraining also has items at times.

https://www.facebook.com/ASBPGreatLakes has pics of some of the recruits who give blood while at the RTC. Those donations occur about 2 weeks (10 to 16 days depending on the division) before PIR.

HERE IS A DIAGRAM (from a Powerpoint presentation created by Craig). More stuff on N4M Survival Guide.

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