Letters from home is the best way to support your recruit during bootcamp. But if you don’t follow the appropriate guidelines, your recruit will not be able to enjoy your letters. Project Write 2 Them shares guidelines for sending letters to your Marine Recruit at boot camp.
8 basic training survival tips for parents and families. How to prepare for your child’s basic training departure.
We are sharing a wonderful story about a Naval Academy mom, who has used Project Write2Them service to stay in touch with sons during Plebe Summer in 2014 and again in 2016! ABC Affiliate, WMUR’s […]
Project Write2Them will provide each West Point Parents Club, Naval Academy Parents Club, Air Force Academy Parents Clubs, Coast Guard Academy Parents Club and Merchant Marine Academy Parents Club a free Project Write2Them subscription gift […]
Tips on writing letters to your recruit during Boot Camp or Basic Military Training from Project Write 2 Them.
Tips on planning a boot camp or basic training send-off party for your recruit.
Since 2013, Project Write2Them has supported all Naval Academy Parents Clubs, West Point Parents Club, Air Force Parents Clubs, Coast Guard Academy Parent Clubs and Merchant Marine Academy Parents Association with a free subscription to […]
“Does a red envelope mean extra push-ups for my boyfriend or girlfriend at boot camp?” “I just sent a Valentine in a red envelope to my daughter/son at basic training, will they get in trouble?” […]
We are blessed at Project Write2Them to have wonderful volunteers. One of our volunteers has found some new versions of Bible verses to support and lift up your loved one while they are at basic […]
All Naval Academy Parents Clubs, West Point Parents Club, Air Force Parents Clubs, Coast Guard Academy Parent Clubs and Merchant Marine Academies are offered a free subscription to Write2Them service for their new appointee events […]