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All Hands Magazine's mini-documentary series "Making a Sailor": These six videos follow four recruits through Boot Camp in the spring of 2018 who were assigned to DIV 229, an integrated division, which had PIR on 05/25/2018.
Married mom of three. My oldest son leaves for bootcamp January 22. He will be a CE (Construction Electrician) and follow in his great grandpa's footsteps being a Seabee!. I have several family members in the military.
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Hi, Our son is on Ship13 Div 127 too. We are looking forward to graduation and getting to see him again. We live in NC and have never been to IL. I have been trying to keep myself busy by searching flights and hotels so that I dont worry about him quite so bad. My husband reminds me that no news is good news. It was great to receive our "letter" on Monday. We miss him alot but are very, very proud of him. Hopefully we will hear from him soon!!!
We had the same problem Josiah had to go twice as well he had a tiny fracture in his left knee cap area at 13 from a dirt bike accident and we had to take him to a orthopedic surgeon to get X-rays and make sure it's healed he plays lacrosse don't think he would have been playing all these years if it wasn't healed but it was also a very stressful time I'm glad it's over and now the wait I'm glad everything worked out for dalton
Hi this is Josiah's mom my son is also leaving January 22nd for boot camp he will be a engineman the days are flying by for us I don't know about you but with the holidays we have so many things going in that I often find myself wishing that time would go a little bit slower I am new to all this and sometimes it is overwhelming how are you handling things?
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