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Started by Jess. Last reply by Hannah Baxter Aug 15, 2011.
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Today is my mother-in-laws 80th birthday! She is an amazing woman and I couldn't ask for a better MIL. Here's a picture of hubby and her at a party last year.
Happy (early) Mother's Day!
Most of the Moms that I use to visit with are now Mothers of Navy Veterans.
Yes I am also on Navy for mom's both sites are great and together have a great variety of info. Thanks
Hi Melanie - Welcome! It's kind of quiet on this mom's site - lately just me & the crickets! Not trying to push you away but just want to make sure that you have joined Navy for Moms too. More activity there (for mom's!).
double PT and everything else is done the same as the rest of the recruits- they grad along with other divisions at PIR
Paul, Thanks for your response. My son is in the 800 DIV. He is a deep submergence diver...or at least that is his goal. I was just wondering if they do all of their training separate, meals separate, sleep etc. And if their PIR is different.
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