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Welcome to the Navy Family.

Welcome to our Navy Family and Friends group. We celebrate the choice your loved one made to serve our country and the success both at recruit training and their ongoing journey in the Navy.  


During this time of unknown and lack of answers, we hope to provide some stability & joy to your weeks away from your loved one. Each week we will be offering virtual activities, such as Trivia Tuesday, Thursday Scavenger Hunt, and a live stream celebration from Washington DC to honor your graduates.


Join Andrew, CEO of Recruit Graduation (USMC Veteran), and his awesome team of active-duty spouses and veterans each day on Facebook to build a strong & courageous community. 


“The mission of our organization is to maintain, train, and equip mission-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression, and maintaining the freedom of the seas. Training is an asymmetric advantage that enables us to maintain a strong and capable maritime force to ensure security, stability and trust around the world.” – Rear Adm. Joseph Kilkenny, Commander, Naval Education and Training Command (CNETC) TRAINING THAT REFLECTS


WEEKLY TRAINING SCHEDULE

Currently, the Navy is not live streaming graduations. However, we are still going to celebrate your loved one's hard work and accomplishments.


Join us each Friday from Washington DC on Facebook Live at 830am CST fo celebrate our new Sailors.


Join our Navy Recruit Facebook Group,

Families can order graduation photos and other navy items by completing the Navy Exchange order form.


Order Form & Instructions

Start celebrating your loved one's accomplishments through a Military KUDO Board. A KUDO is a way of saying, "Good Job," or "Well done on your success."


We have a main KUDO board for each graduation, which everyone is encouraged to sign. Plus, you can create your own boards to share other special moments with. your recruit.


SEE A SAMPLE BOARD

Writing letters to your recruit is the number one way of keeping them motivated. Read our tips and best practices on sending letters.


Communicating with your recruit