Mail and Packages During Boot Camp

You may begin writing to your recruit as soon as you receive his/her address.
Mail and Packages During Boot Camp
Posted on 8/18/2000

Though your recruit may move from one location to another during boot camp, you will always use the same mailing address for him or her.

The first letter you receive from your recruit will be a form letter. This letter should arrive in your mailbox approximately 10-14 days after they leave. The form letter should include your recruit's mailing address.

If you do not get the form letter in 10-14 days of your recruit's departure, contact his or her recruiter. The recruiter should be able to provide you with your recruit's mailing address and platoon number.


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