This site is for mothers of kids in the U.S. Navy and for Moms who have questions about Navy life for their kids.
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Link to Navy Speak - Navy Terms & Acronyms: Navy Speak
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.
My name is Marissa Hardwick married and a mother of three beautiful girls. Ages 22,18 and 17. My 22 year old was in school at Mira Costa College in Oceanside, California. To be an Entrepreneur, My husband works at Cox Communication as a Video Engineer 2. We are currently residing in Atlanta Georgia, but we came from Southern California. My hobbies are singing, dancing, cooking, computer, Jet Ski, ice-skating, kayaking and all water sports. We go the gym 3 times a week to do our workouts, I'm currently laid off but I normally work for Honeywell International in Elberton that’s about 129 miles from Atlanta, the company closed the business on us. I am a undergraduate student; Bachelor degree in Information Technology with the emphasis of Database Administration.
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Stage of (Sailor’s) Navy career?
When I heard “Navy,” I...
Was proud and encouraged it
The Navy offers opportunities that...
From my experience the Navy was one of the best in all the Military. They are number one in Technology. My mom youngest brother , cousin, cousin-in-laws and two nieces were all in the Navy. I was a former Marine wife. The Military in general are good it depeneds on how the person look at it. Me personaly Navy is my favorite. My ex- husband Avia's dad he hates it now my first husband he retire in the Marine and we keep in touch like we are supposed too.
Our Navy experience so far...
It was positive and maturing. Our relationship has grown stronger.
Thank You so much for your beautiful comments :) I been a little busy working ten hrs daily and don't have much time to visit the page. I hope everybody it's doing ok, tell me about your girl??? phone calls etc. Have a great afternoon.
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Hi there...thanks for sending me the friend request. Haven't figured out how to do too much on this website yet. I saw one of your posts the other day that your daughter was leaving the same day as mine. Can't believe its here already...seemed so far away when she first started DEP.
Wow - can't believe the time is here now!!! I'm sure you feel like it was yesterday that she went off to MEPS. I'm in a similar boat with you - my daughter, Jenn is reporting to OCS in two weeks now!!! When she was accepted I felt like we had a lllooooonnnnngggg time before she'd be leaving but now - - - here it is!! I'm going through that sadness also!! Come talk to us on the Daughters 2 group - - - I know the ladies will help you get through these long weeks of no communication from your girl!!!
Hi Marissa, I really enjoyed reading your profile & loved all the pics. Coming from California explains what appears to be a "49er"Jersey on your husband! We raised our family up in South Jersey, so we are all "Philly" fans. Our oldest son is based out in San Diego aboard the USS San Francisco sub. He is a Nuke,(nuclear engineer tech.) Please tell your daughter who is leaving next week, we will keep her in our prayers for a smooth transition, & help "You" get through this!!!
Thank you for your kind words. Funny about the Mustang - - when I was shopping for my car back in '02, it was a toss-up between the Sebring, the Mustang, and a Mitsubishi Spyder - all convertibles. Since I had twin girls I wanted one with the most room in the back seat and that's how I ended up with the Sebring!!! But my son owns a Mustang and loves it!! My girls are doing well - - the one who enlisted right out of high school is now out!! Looking for a civilian job now - still in WA tho :( but that is where her husband is still stationed. Her sister is finishing her last year of college and then heads off to OCS to become an officer. She is working on getting her private pilot's license and keep up with all her classes. She is somewhat of an overachiever!!!!