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150128-N-TX848-002 ATLANTIC OCEAN (Jan. 28, 2015) The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81) conducts a replenishment-at-sea with the Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Arctic (T-AOE 8). Churchill is underway conducting a composite training unit exercise along with the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group in preparation for an upcoming scheduled deployment. (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Culinary Specialist Rodney Davidson/Released)
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Today is my sons first day at DEP and my wife and I are going to support him. We have some questions one of witch is can he change jobs?
When he picked his job last week it did not have a A-School rating. After coming home and doing some investigating we brought this to his attention and he is worried that he cant change. He has a 56 overall score. Can someone help use put his mind at ease? ThanksContinue
who do I contact about transportation from O'Hare to Spring Hill Suites on 1/8 will be landing at 3:30 thinking maybe 4:15 trying to do this on a budget. thank you any info will be appreciated. leaving on 1/11
My son andrew is at boot camp. I have received to disturbing calls from him, I am concerned for his condition. Andrew is no quitter and is a hard working person, i think he has made a bad decison joining the navy. He wants out, what can i do.
Sitting there with my 4 month old grandson enjoying a lovely Christmas morning my phone starts to jump off the table. RTC had uploaded 612 photos of our SRs for a nice Christmas surprise.
There my boy was in clear living color enjoying his morning bowl of Special K and bananas while studying his Blue Jacket manual. He seemed oblivious to the photographer. Why am I not surprised. :)
It was a nice and unexpected surprise to see him in his NWUs doing his thing. I found him…Continue
Monday he called his mom for the usual "extra information" they always seem to need for those getting a high security clearance. I'm not sure they really need this info because I know for a fact that the information they asked for was already clear, concise and correct. I remember going over everything with my son to make sure all the "I's" were dotted and "T's" were crossed. I think they make random choices to see if there are in inconsistencies in the information given to recruiters and…Continue