Anyone with a sailor that is classified as a Yeoman or who will be classed up to be a Yeoman.
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Started by Blisshay. Last reply by Blisshay Feb 9, 2016. 3 Replies 0 Likes
Started by Blisshay. Last reply by Blisshay Feb 7, 2016. 4 Replies 0 Likes
I am so very proud of my Yeoman Son! This at the present time is the best and mature plan he has ever done. I hope Everyone have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! SHaRon Lacy Crudup
When ever the big even happens it will be amazing no matter how big or small!
Your very wise to continue your education. What a great way to have the time pass.
So, is he in Japan now?
Then big day is to be determined with him being in the navy and all things change constantly. So it could very well not be "so big". He got orders for Japan for 3 years but its seeming like they're going to change them as he's allergic to seafood and iodine. (They're just a bit grumpy about having to do more paperwork, but he's not going to sign a waiver on that) Hopefully he won't get another over seas tour, since he's E-1 and it would be an unaccompanied tour (if we were married or not because of the E-1). A couple days ago it was idealized for once he finished his first deployment so he could get back to the states and I would be finished with my last year of college by then. So who knows, I'm just trying to be as flexible as possible. Maybe we'll get an actual wedding if he's stationed in the states. That'd be nice.
Sorry, thanks for letting me know that. Yes, you snagged a good one but seems like he did too! Wishing you both many many years of happiness. Whens the big day?
Congratulations! (I feel so old- my son is married, but only a year ago- he is still young to me!). Sounds like you did "snag yourself a god one!". I know you are proud- and thank him again for his thoughtfulness!
He's actually my fiance but its good to hear I've snagged a good one from someone else :]
I just read the last couple of postings and wanted to tell you how sorry I was to hear that your son was given a hard time. We think as parents the big worry is bullying in Middle School and High School and think that if we just get through school we're safe. I do hope all continues to work out for your son.
To Pygmy, what a kind, responsible and compassionate son you've raised. It warmed my heart to read your response.
Thank you for this. Since I posted last week there seems to have been some resolution to the situation (I hope!) but I am not quite sure what was the end result. My son managed to text me Friday afternoon and tell me that he thought he would be o.k., and that he loved me and "everything should be fine". Later Friday evening he posted that he was "proud to be a United States Sailor" and he posted some cheerful , generic information on face book. His wife also mentioned that she talked to him and he seemed to be doing well. During the conversation I had with him during the "crisis" last Thursday he indicated that these marines were supposed to leave this week. Therefore- I do not know whether he went to the Commander or if there was some other peaceful, acceptable resolution. I will, however, keep the quarterdeck number on hand in case he ever calls me again about a similar issue. I would hope that he has the knowledge all ready but I appreciate having the information handy. Thank you so much for your support- and taking the time to give me this information!
I asked my YN about this situation and he typed this up for you
"If he's feeling threatened, I would suggest he contact the Command Duty Officer or "A" School Duty Officer, no matter if he's on the Navy side or Marine side of the barracks. If he's roomed up with Marines he's presumably an AZ, Aviation Maintainence Administrationman, its like a Yeoman that is specific to aviation operations. There is no tolerance for this behavior aboard this command. The number for the quarterdeck is 601-679-2414, though I'd recommend he go there in person though if he's truly feeling threatened, I will gladly step in and go with him at any hour of the day if he wants.
Sincerely, a recent YN graduate."
Hope that helps
sorry for some of the typos. I am using my touch screen and i beleive this technology is for younger fingers! My son is supposed to start his yromsn cladd next week. His PIR was 10-18 and he has been at Meridean for past couple of weeks.
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