The recently launched social networking Web site NAVYForMoms.com celebrates the arrival of its 3,500th member. NAVYForMoms.com continues to grow quickly, averaging more than 25 new members each day.  In March 2008, the U.S. Navy Recruiting Command launched NAVYForMoms.com in response to research that found many parents have questions about what life in the Navy is really like, and are searching for candid answers from parents who have experienced it firsthand.  NAVYForMoms.com puts potential Navy parents in touch with parents of young men and women who are already serving. The online community gives prospective Navy moms a place to gather accurate information, share stories and gain support from their peers.  “NAVYForMoms.com has become a valuable resource for potential Navy parents, as well as an online gathering spot for current Navy moms,” said Rear Adm. Robin Braun, Deputy Commander, Navy Recruiting Command. “We highly encourage everyone to take a look at the Web site to view this powerful online community. The site has enabled many strong friendships and support groups to develop and provided a place where potential Navy parents can get information. Its success is a true testament to the value of such a community.”

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