Thursday, October 23, 2008

Mike 180




Greetings to family and friends of Mike 180!

6 comments:

Xcalibir said...

Can you say as to if we will be seeing anything for Q180? It seems that some are better than others at keeping us up to date.

Much appreciated!

Roger said...

Could you add the names to the Mike 180 pics of the flag holders and others thanks so much.

Training Center Cape May said...

xcalibir:You will see something this week from Quebec.

roger: We are not adding individual names because our goal is to focus on the company as a whole.

Tara Adkins said...

Thank you so much for giving our family the opportunity to view the pictures and journal of Mike 180! It is an honor to have a son who exhibits such strong devotion, loyalty and pride for his country!
God Bless you all!
Tara Adkins, proud mother of a SR in Mike 180

Peggy Adkins said...

We are overwhelmed with pride when we view the photos of our future guardians of the U. S. Coast Guard! What a fine-looking team! The journal entries allow us to "feel" what our loved ones are experiencing each week of their basic training.
We would like to offer a sincere "thank you" to Captain Cari Thomas, Commanding Officer, and the entire command staff at Training Center Cape May. What an outstanding job is being done to shape the lives of the men and women who have chosen this exciting path for their careers! The character and integrity you have helped instill will be carried with them throughout the remainder of their lives.
It is an honor for our soon-to-be guardian to devote his life to helping protect and save others' lives. We are proud of each of you in Mike 180 for a job well done!
Proud grandparents Ricky and Peggy Adkins and proud brother Christian Adkins

Jacquie Williams said...

We just love that technology has given us the opportunity to share in the wonderful experience that our grandson is having in the USCG. Looking at the words in the journal entries gives us insite and lets us appreciate all that goes on with the training process. We just love the collectiveness that the Coast Guard wants the recruits to feel and know. The bond that they share will be closer than some families. We are honored that our grandson will be a part of that brotherhood.

Marshall & Jacquie Williams, proud grandparents of a SR in Mike 180.
Jerrica Williams, proud 12 year old Auntie of a SR in Mike 180