Posted on April 28, 2010 at 9:21am 1 Comment 0 Likes
Hello all! =)
The last time I was on N4M was when my boyfriend of 3 years left for Great Lakes in January. I found this site to be incredibly helpful and a huge support to get me through until he graduated in March. (so I thought I could get your help again...lol) Since he has been back, I have noticed all of the wonderful changes in him and all the new possibilities available to him now that he's in the Navy. It's made me start to think about my future and what I would like to…Continue
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Thank you so much for all the info! You are so awesome! =)
MAR 19 GRADUATION:
"Grad n' go" Divisions are 121-128. They will depart sometime Saturday, 20 MAR (could be as early as 0200). The Sailors generally will have liberty commencing after graduation expiring on board at 2000. Some exceptions may exist (watchstanding duties mostly), but all get some liberty.
Transportation to O'Hare airport (ORD) is provided by government contract. That is, we do not allow new Sailors to ride with families/loved ones to ORD, etc., in the execution of Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders. However, families can meet the Sailor at ORD to spend time together prior to departure if they so choose.
Any general questions about graduation, including "Grad n' Go," can be answered by my Public Affairs Office staff:
Recruit Training Command
3355 Illinois Street
Great Lakes , IL 60088
Phone: Public Affairs Office 847-688-2405
For personal and family related issues, please email RTC:
sounds like they're gonna be grad and go. I dont really think that guy you talked to on the phone knew too much about what he was talking about, lol. Here's the link to the chiefs profile:
He wrote this down at the bottom in his own comments section on 2/22...