Thursday, October 9, 2008

Recruit company Lima 180 eating lunch




A high-resolution image has been posted to www.uscgbootcamp.com and yes, the recruits had several food options today, including steak and pumpkin pie.

The lead company commander for Lima 180 is working on journal entries, we should have something next week.

9 comments:

fltr said...

Thanka for the pics of L-180.

Anonymous said...

Just found your BLOG site. What a great tool for keeping families informed. It's been 34 years since I attended boot camp at Cape May and it's encouraging to read where my daughter is in her training. Would be nice to get more updates from L-180!! BZ! Semper Paratus!

Craig Brown, CWO4,USCG (Ret)

Rob'sMom said...

Thank you so much. Can't wait for journal entries from Lima 180. My son is there with you and it is so nice to catch a glimpse of his life right now.

trevor'smom said...

Hooray! Lima-180 is alive and well. Can't wait to read the journal blogs. Thanks US Coast Guard, this is a fantastic format for keeping parents and loved ones in the loop. We appreciate it!

jeffsproudmom said...

Its was so great catching a glance of jeff in the picture at the table. What a great way for me to stay informed of what he is going through thanks so much, looking forward to more pics and journals.

Miozzimom said...

Great to see pics of Lima-180. Didn't see my son but seeing the company and the grounds/buildings helped me feel more connected to this process. Can't wait to read some L180 blogs. The J-180 blogs are great for a heads up.Those Pugil sticks sure look like a good stress outlet! Go l180.

MeMe said...

Thank you so much for letting us "in" on the life of our loved ones. I was so excited to see my grandson in the dinning hall. These are very special young men and women and I hope the Amerian people really appreciate their participation in the security of this country. Look forward to more pictures and journeling.

IdahoMamma said...

I love the photos--they help me feel connected to my son and to the other kids going through this tough experience. I'm so proud of you all!

Edna said...

Thanks for your blog site and the wonderful pictures...it brings me closer to my grandson but I am still looking for his picture!!! What a thrill that would be..I looked for him in the running picture but he was in the leading group;think I found him in the cafeteria???
From a grandma who misses her but keeps looking!!
Grandma Edna