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USS Harry S. Truman


USS Harry S. Truman

Anyone with a sailor aboard the USS Harry S. Truman?

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Comment by B'sNukeMoM⚓️MM(CVN75) on February 25, 2015 at 12:23pm

Happy Wednesday!

My sailor reports to his ship tomorrow for the first time!  He texted this morning & said they are possibly expecting a few inches of snow so he is trying to find out from his ship sponsor if he reports or not.  His furniture made it there yesterday & he is getting settled in....

Comment by B'sNukeMoM⚓️MM(CVN75) on February 20, 2015 at 12:02pm

Hi all - Happy RED shirt Friday!

Sailor & his roommate both made it back to NY last night (midnight).  Now their plan is to head to VA Saturday morning - they are going to leave at 2am!  They want to get there in time so they can get their apartment taken care of. Praying for safe travels for them - I know that VA has been having some extreme weather....

Comment by B'sNukeMoM⚓️MM(CVN75) on February 19, 2015 at 12:52pm

Hi all - Happy Thursday!

Thanks too tall for the info.  Our sailor leaves today to head back to NY to get his car & then he will be driving to VA tomorrow.  Been a whirlwind 3 weeks at home but we've sure enjoyed our time with him! I'm not looking forward to the drive home from the airport today :(  (hubby couldn't get off work so I have to go alone).

I know he has made contact with his sponsor so once he gets settled in I'm hoping he'll get his CVN75 email & he can get us added to the mailing list for the newsletter.  I'm looking forward to finding out as much as I can about the Truman.

Comment by too tall Joan on February 18, 2015 at 10:21pm
B'sNukeMom here is info on the ombudsmen
The Navy Family Ombudsman Program was created in 1970. Today, the Ombudsmen Program is made up of spouses (male and female), but they can also be parents or even active duty members through a waiver process, when a command is not able to find a spouse. Navy families can turn to these volunteers on a range of issues; from information from the command -- especially during deployments, to advice on family issues, or even where to get the best deals on household needs in town. Navy Ombudsmen go through an initial training (16 hours of it) and then are offered monthly online training and local classes to aide in their mission and keep up-to-date on emerging issues
Comment by too tall Joan on February 18, 2015 at 10:15pm
BoomMom here is the info to get the monthly newsletter

To join our e-mail list, please have your Sailor e-mail us from their CVN-75 e-mail address. The request should be sent to and should include:
§ Sailor’s Name, Rate, Department
§ Sailor’s planned rotation date (PRD)
§ Family member’s name, e-mail, and relationship to sailor § Does family member live in Hampton Roads?
Please add the FRG e-mail addresses to your “contacts” list to prevent messages from going to your junk mail folder.

Have your DIL join the group for wives on this website
grangmaBarB if it's meant to be the housing aspect will open up

Letyrod24 I've never tried to send to ship with them being stateside but from what others have said, it would be easier to mail to a friend that lives off ship
Comment by BoomMom on February 18, 2015 at 6:51pm

Too Tall...  How does one get on the email list for the newsletter you mention?  I'd like to have a way of staying connected to what's going on in addition of the awesome posts on this site.  Thanks again.

Comment by BoomMom on February 18, 2015 at 6:50pm

too tall.  Thank you sooo much for the information.  Not sure what they can tell me, but it will certainly be more than I have/know.  I appreciate your help.  I hope they can make friends or she can meet another pregnant sailor's wife.  

Comment by letyrod24 on February 18, 2015 at 6:19pm

Hi ladies, I was taking to my son yesterday and I asked him how can I send him a care package to the ship. He said he didn't know that he was going to find out.  So I thought maybe you guys can help me out. I appreciate any info you can give him regarding this matter. Thanks a bunch.

Comment by GrandmaBarB on February 18, 2015 at 3:02pm

BNukeMom....thanks.  Yep he is a hansome fella....inside and out.  I LOVE his is about a mile wide....

Comment by GrandmaBarB on February 18, 2015 at 3:01pm

Hey Too Tall.  Thanks.  He is doing sooooo good...sooo proud of him.

I have sent request for housing to Maui....4/ places...all with waiting lists.  Soooooooo.....a waiting game ensues.  Still mixed living in NJ....but sometimes, one must make decisions based on reality.....ha


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