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Hey I see your posts so I gather you've figured it out.
Take care and let us know if we can help you out with anything else ;)
Rosa I believe they take these pictures randomly and not by request... Hoping your son's picture be featured on their FB page in the near future... ;)
Rosa yeah he was on their FB page twice this month...
Rosa, Gracias for accepting... My nephew Justin Fortuno is on the USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) too!...
Rosa, bienvenida a el grupo de Padres Latinos y gracias por tu participacion. Recuerda de siempre tener en cuenta OPSEC al hacer cualquier pregunta o comentario. Y que podamos disfrutar en grande los logros de nuestros hijos. Hooyah!
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Pearl Harbor is in Honolulu.....
On many (but not all) ships, on return from deployment, direct family (limited to two people) can cruise on the ship with their sailors as they return to their homeport. For Pacific fleet, the cruise is typically Pearl Harbor to San Diego and/or sometimes San Diego to Washington state. For the Atlantic fleet from Mayport, LF to Norfolk. Not all ships do this and you must be sponsored by your sailor on the ship....there is a small fee for food. Until about half-way through deployment your sailor won't know if they will have a Tiger Cruise.
Don't ever worry about the language issue Rosa...we all understand! And we may call ourselves NavyDads, but we welcome all Navy supporters here .... thank you for joining and thank Alexis for serving!
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