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Navy Moms of Discharged Sailors


Navy Moms of Discharged Sailors

If you are the mom of a sailor who has been discharged, or is in the process of being discharged

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Latest Activity: Jul 14

Upgrading Your Discharge RE code

Here is a link for how to upgrade your Military Discharge
Please refer to info at top of ship 17 Moms (now Ship 5) For useful info you may need in helping your recruit.Thank you. Rose

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HELP!!! I am heartbroke for my daughter and dont know how to help

Started by ProudMomma. Last reply by medassist13 Mar 29. 5 Replies

After being part of the DEP for a year, she finally got to swear in and ship out, She arrived in Great Lakes on Tuesday evening, last night (Thursday) she called. She has been put in segregation and…Continue

ANY info is appreciated

Started by K&D's Mom. Last reply by baglady Jul 2, 2014. 1 Reply

Our daughter(corpsman) who has been in for 3 yrs this past Feb just called to let us know she failed her weight by 1% and is getting discharged.  How long once paperwork was completed for your…Continue

heartbroken, confused, angry, frustrated, hopeful... In need of answers, information,,,

Started by Lolly. Last reply by medassist13 Mar 28. 13 Replies

Can I just tell you, I have been asking, any and everybody I can think of, searching all over the internet desperately trying to find answers! I am very grateful to finally find people who can at…Continue


Started by myboyisinthenavy. Last reply by ProudMomma Sep 26, 2014. 3 Replies

My son just called from BC saying they were medically discharging him for a back problem that was cleared for him to join many months ago. He has only been gone for about a week and half. My son was…Continue


Started by Broxy Sep 16, 2013. 0 Replies

Does anyone know what an IPO is?

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Comment by Zachysmom on November 7, 2014 at 11:51am
My son came home on Wednesday after being in seps for three weeks. He needed a medical waiver for ADD that he was cleared from 5 years ago. They said he'll be eligible in 6 months to go back to boot camp with the waiver. Does anyone know if there is a specific paper the Dr needs to send/sign or do they just write a letter? I want him to make sure everything is ready to go for his second attempt at boot camp.
Comment by MyLAS (My Lips are SEALed) on August 21, 2014 at 9:43pm

can someone point me to info on admistrative separation.  Are their any benefits?

Comment by Camsproudmom on July 9, 2014 at 10:38am
Christy look for ship 5 seps
Comment by Camsproudmom on July 9, 2014 at 10:04am
christy you can find a great group on Facebook called ship 5 everyone in the group as or has had a loved one in seps. You can bet info & support in this group.
Comment by Camsproudmom on April 24, 2014 at 7:13pm
Wondering the chances of reenlisting with an E8? The chances of getting back in?
Comment by Rebecca on January 25, 2014 at 11:55am

My oldest son is an officer so I know the rules are different than enlisted.  His 4 year commission is up in May.  He has been in limbo for over a year.  I know I am only getting his side of the story, but he says they will not station him on a ship due to "mental health issues" and he wants to resign his commission.  So if they don't really want him and he wants out, why is it taking so long?  

Comment by momofcct on November 11, 2013 at 10:18am

i'm a member on the fb site that supports families dealing w/this topic. i retained a civilian mil. atty., as i couldn't trust the mil system alone to give my son a fair shot. glad to see this group also and i hope to go to the prayer portion on this site too.

Comment by angelarm39 on August 27, 2013 at 7:21pm

i am in Charleston now and due to depression they have started the administrative separation that can be finalized as early as 3 weeks,because the sooner i get him to NC,he will start feeling better.

Comment by angelarm39 on August 21, 2013 at 5:22am

My son will be in the Navy for 2 years,this August 25,2013.He was in the Naval Nuclear Program.He made it through "A" and Power School and started Prototype this past March.He has been diagnosed with pilonidal cysts and will have to have surgery soon.He was put on med hold on July 24th.He was diagnosed with depression with more of a dopamine deficiency.As much as they want him to stay in,because academically,he was outstanding,and hasn't had any conduct issues at all,they also told him,that they don't want any Sailor to feel like they are trapped in the Navy.The physician put him on an antidepressant yesterday.He said he was in DTP processing right now.They are giving him 30 days to vacate his apartment and relocate to NETC(NWS),so they can watch him on base.He is looking at an Administrative Discharge within 3 months,at the earliest.I am hoping sooner.

Comment by mamastuff on August 13, 2013 at 6:34pm

My Son went to the Unemployment Office and he is so happy he can get unemployment till he finds a job, as I told him go ask all they can say is no but they said yes just a little info


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