Illnesses & Injuries at Boot Camp

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Illnesses & Injuries at Boot Camp

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Finally!

Started by tugman87. Last reply by Angelica#NicksMom Oct 22. 9 Replies

Keeping your recruit encouraged

Started by Becca125. Last reply by 1~Nanny (Alice) Oct 21. 13 Replies

Ideas for care packages

Started by Joan. Last reply by 1~alwaysf8hful (Pam) Oct 21. 16 Replies

Intro...taking care of their own

Started by Cathyc. Last reply by Cathyc Oct 21. 4 Replies

Son called and will be going to MRP tmrw

Started by Angelica#NicksMom. Last reply by Angelica#NicksMom Oct 18. 12 Replies

Illnesses & Injuries at Boot Camp News Articles

Started by 1~Keri (HCC). Last reply by 1~Keri (HCC) Oct 5. 15 Replies

Address for MRP, San Diego

Started by Dylan's Mom. Last reply by 1~alwaysf8hful (Pam) Oct 3. 5 Replies

A second chance

Started by papa bear. Last reply by Joan Oct 1. 3 Replies

One of the BEST!!

Started by 1~alwaysf8hful (Pam). Last reply by 1~ksMarinemom (Kerin) Sep 26. 2 Replies

Dear Taliban...a funny blog

Started by 1~alwaysf8hful (Pam) Sep 23. 0 Replies

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Comment by 1~alwaysf8hful (Pam) 13 hours ago

You're fortunate to have a good recruiter.  

I'm grateful you've been able to find out good information.

If you can, thank the Sgt.  He's a gem.

Comment by tugman87 13 hours ago
Your recruiter is a great resource. I received a letter today telling me that he has 2 more weeks of MRP and then 3 weeks of PCP. After that he will go back to T-6. I had no idea what T-6 meant so I called and they quickly explained he would probably join Bravo company and pick up at training day 6 of the schedule. I have called the recruiters twice now and they have been extremely helpful and extremely nice to take the time out of their schedule to answer questions.
Comment by tugman87 13 hours ago
Your recruiter is a great resource. I received a letter today telling me that he has 2 more weeks of MRP and then 3 weeks of PCP. After that he will go back to T-6. I had no idea what T-6 meant so I called and they quickly explained he would probably join Bravo company and pick up at training day 6 of the schedule. I have called the recruiters twice now and they have been extremely helpful and extremely nice to take the time out of their schedule to answer questions.
Comment by WestPlainsMom (Jan) on Sunday
That is what they have to do. Sometimes the office personnel are young Marines and new to their assignments and don't know yet what all is needed. Much easier to get all medical records while they are there than it would be to retrieve them after coming home.
Comment by 1~alwaysf8hful (Pam) on Saturday

Smart man!

Comment by imasigner on Saturday
My son came home with his. I never thought to ask for them, he just had them when he (finally) got home
Comment by 1~alwaysf8hful (Pam) on Saturday

Thank you all for your help!  I was stuck in airports most of the day with no internet access.

Comment by WestPlainsMom (Jan) on Saturday
tamajo, Your son will have to be the one to request his records while he is there, but he will know where to go. It took my son several trips to offices and a lot of insistance to get everything. It just takes so long for everything to move through the system.
Comment by tamajo on Saturday
How do we go about getting the medical records. I haven't thought of getting his records. And we will need them once he gets home. My son has been in RSP for 22 days now. So ready for him to come home.
Comment by WestPlainsMom (Jan) on Saturday
Lelah and Jeff, I can tell you that getting ALL of their medical records can be an exercise in patience and perserverance, but it IS extremely important. Lelah, I understand yyour worry, try to remember that he is in capable hands, and if there is a problem, it is best that it is found now.
 

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