Kenya - I noticed you had liked Kristen's post about being a section leader at BC. I would encourage you to join the Boot Camp Moms (and loved ones) - Navy For Moms (ning.com) - The BC Mom and loved ones group is very active and we have numerous people able to reply to any questions that you might have. There is also a lot of information on our group page. - Welcome to N4M!
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