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Finding the correct hall/company
Last Post 21 Feb 2016 11:34 AM by Old Guard2. 17 Replies.
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08 Feb 2016 10:16 PM
    So I know this gets repetitive but my boyfriend arrived in Cape May on Feb 2nd. I was going to wait to hear from him first but I want to go ahead and send him a letter. I believe he might be in M192 but not totally sure. Any clarification would be greatly appreciated!!
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    09 Feb 2016 10:59 AM
    SR John Q Public
    Recruit Company M192
    Munro Hall
    USCG Training Center
    1 Munro Avenue
    Cape May, NJ 08204-5083
    Sector NY, Staten Island
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    10 Feb 2016 12:16 AM
    Mine did too!
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    10 Feb 2016 12:18 AM
    How would I address the letter
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    10 Feb 2016 06:40 AM
    The answer I posted, how is that confusing to you??? That is exactly how you address it. Just replace John Q Public with your recruits name.
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    10 Feb 2016 08:02 AM
    how is that confusing to you???


    I'm gonna venture most millenials have never written and mailed a letter before. Texting, email, snapchat, instagram, facebook, and such have made standard mail nearly obsolete.
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    10 Feb 2016 09:49 AM
    That was really snarky of me... It was early, it is my Coasties birthday, I hadn't had coffee yet... It's a letter. There's the address. You're welcome.
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    10 Feb 2016 10:01 PM
    Thank you for confirming address for me, Old Guard2! Mailed it out this morning!
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    11 Feb 2016 12:39 AM
    You're welcome. I'm sure your boyfriend will appreciate it. Boot camp is tough, knowing people at home are thinking of you, makes it a little easier.
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    11 Feb 2016 12:41 AM
    Nope written plenty of letters. I meant more in the form of do I have to put last name then first name. Are they known as something until graduation like in the airforce where you must put AB. And then also things like I saw on a website that new recruits would be hall James and company J192. That was what I meant...
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    11 Feb 2016 05:27 AM
    I know on the training center website it list the company and what hall they are in. My question is how often do they change halls as a company and does that website update immediately? Also are they in the same hall they started in week one, after being picked up by their CC's? The reason I am asking is because I would like to start sending letters the day or even the day before my son ships.
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    11 Feb 2016 06:09 AM
    I'll say it again... What was confusing to you a.brionex?? SR means Seaman Recruit. Then his name. First first or last first really doesn't matter. Just use his name. Even if you left the SR off, the letter wouldn't be returned. It would still be delivered. You are dissecting this process to a level that is unnecessary.
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    11 Feb 2016 06:12 AM
    Cyndyd... That's the hall they'll be in for the duration unless a recruit changes company. A problem could arise in a barracks and they'll have to change but still no worries. If the company is correct, the letters will get there. All good!
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    14 Feb 2016 11:49 AM
    For whatever reason the mail at cape may is very delayed, and sometimes it can take 2-3 weeks for mail to arrive, but trust me that letter will be a huge present once he gets it!!!
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    19 Feb 2016 09:01 PM
    I got two letters this week! feeling very lucky
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    20 Feb 2016 06:36 AM
    Letters are great!!! My son graduated boot 7 years ago. I still have all his letters.
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    20 Feb 2016 10:24 AM
    I plan to do the same! Did he say whether or not he kept all of his letters he received during boot camp, too?
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    21 Feb 2016 11:34 AM
    He had a huge binder full of all the letters he received. Doors he still have it? I figure he does but I haven't asked.
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