Welcome to the Division Discussion for Division 818 and 819
Be very aware when posting about your SRs who are in this division. Make sure you read the OPSEC rules (everyone should).
sjtina, cor and a couple more ladies will be joining this discussion to answer your questions about the "800" division.
Although your SR is still in BC, what they are doing may be slightly different from what the other divisions in this training group are doing. It is also recommended that you go into your "settings" (clickable link on the right side) and change your privacy setting to "private" and change everything to friends only.
Please still use the main wall to post general questions, and concerns, such as meet and greet questions etc. Specific questions regarding the 800 division should be posted here.
We “veteran” moms don’t always get to into the discussion groups as often as we would like to, and the ladies helping out with the 800 divisions don't always get to the main wall as often as they would like.
Every single question that is asked is important
Every single concern is genuine
Every single member is important to us
We don't want to accidentally overlook any of them or you.
Hang in there ladies!!!
Hi Everyone, excited to chat with ya'll!!
Welcome to the 800 divisions. If anyone has any questions I am more than happy to help. As you may already know the 800 divisions are somewhat different than other divisions. As a spec ops division it is never too early to be careful by not revealing too much info about yourself or your recruit. As stated above, please change your settings to private.
Hope you are all sending lots of mail, its the highlight of their day.
Yes it is different, but the smaller communities are awesome!! My hubby was a Nuke on a Sub, not many of us so we were all close. The Captains wife always had potlucks for us wives when Sailors were at sea, she was a wonderful lady! A military family can be very strong and and the bonds that grow are amazing!
I loved the military community, wished hubby would have stayed in a little longer.
3:30 am – Revelie, wake up + fix bunk.
-4:00-5:00 am- Get yelled at for bad bunks.
-5:00- 5:10 am- Travel to galley and eat.
5:10 – 6:00 am- March to hall for PT ( P.E.).
6:00-8:00 am- 300 pushups/ situps + 2 mile run.
8:00 to 8:50 am-March back to ship.
8:50- 9:00 am- shower, hygiene, laundry.
9:00- 11:00 am- fold clothes (PERFECTLY).
11:00 am - 2:00 pm- Classroom and sack lunch.
2:00 – 4:00 pm- In house PT (basically yelling + PE)
4:00 – 5:30 pm- Forward AST ( study hour while standing).
5:30 – 6:30 pm- March to pool.
6:30 – 7:30 pm- Swim two miles + 50 Dead hang curl-ups.
7:30- 8:30 pm- March to ship.
8:30 – 8:40 pm- Eat dinner ( he said the food is good just not time to e
8:40 to 9:30 pm- Clean compartment w/ division.
9:30- 10:30 pm- Get mail, iron and fold clothes.
10:30 pm – 3:30 am sleep (unless you have watch
A peek into your boys day at BC
Thanks for the peek sijtina (:
My SR's letter was actually complaining about not getting to work out enough. I just laughed, I suspect the next one will not.
I am sure he is an expert at folding clothes, doing laundry and ironing by now. I love when my Sailor comes home on leave, he iron's his own clothes and actually makes his bed. I do his wash because I do not like anyone touching my wash machine LOL
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