NAVYForMoms.com was created for the mothers (and loved ones) of those who are currently serving or considering serving in the U.S. Navy. The site gives members a place to discuss issues with others who share common concerns. Here, content is member-driven. Moms share with fellow moms their questions and concerns, and those with experience provide answers and support. The ultimate goal is to provide an environment of education, understanding, comfort, friendship and belonging for all involved.
On NAVYForMoms.com, there’s truly something for everyone. Our members have formed hundreds of groups. Just do a search, and you’re sure to find one with parents who share your interests, including your Sailors' occupational specialty, ship and homeport or duty station; attending deployments and homecomings; how to pack and send care packages; and members who live nearby whom you may get to know at the meet-and-greet events organized by our members - perhaps by you! See Events at the top of the page.
As a member, you can be one of the many who contribute to hundreds of discussion forums – educating others, lending advice, and sharing stories of our Sailors' experiences, travels, successes and accomplishments. And please…feel free to display the pride you have for your Sailor by posting pictures and videos of them (see these guidelines for security issues) – from graduations, deployments and homecomings to other memorable moments!
NAVYForMoms.com is sponsored and managed by the United States Navy and Navy Recruiting Command and maintained by The Navy Partnership.
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Members must read these Community Guidelines before posting. Operations Security (OPSEC) is of paramount importance for the safety of our Sailors and must always be observed on this site.
For further information, please visit the following sections of NAVYForMoms.com:
To become a member, just click on the “Sign Up” button on the top left corner of the main page. Welcome aboard - we're glad you're here! Damage Controlman 3rd Class Dana Cox, a firefighter aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LHD 5), embraces her mother, Diana Russell, from Lancaster, Penn. Their unexpected reunion was arranged as part of a military appreciation event sponsored by NavyForMoms.com, a website for mothers of Navy Sailors and mothers who have questions about Navy life. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Erica R. Gardner 9NOV2008/Released)
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