Thursday, September 24, 2009

Finally classed up.

Hey everyone,

Sorry I haven't updated in a month, i've been busy, and I guess since I never get ANY response or updates from anyone else I don't really pay attention to it. But last week before Dan's wedding I finally classed up. I'll be in school for about 6 months, so I'll graduate sometime around march. It's pretty cool, taking a lotttt of notes, learning a lot of cool things. Next week we are starting to do labs, so that should be exciting. My class is pretty crazy, we have this one kid who complains sooo much that pretty much the whole class, even the instructor picks on him and drive him crazy, had a couple problems already, but nothing that's not a very big deal at all. It's really funny though.

The last 4 softball games have been canceled because of the constant rain, and the water just sits on the in-field covering it.. Whoever made those fields did a horrible job to drain the rain, I really want to play and see how the team plays against teams that aren'ts extremely good. We've only played two games, and both games we've played two of the best teams in our league.

I'm happy, I just changed my internet from stupid DSL sprint, to high-speed comcast. Plus I got the local 17 channels to be able to get a cheaper rate on my internet, but my box picks up about 60 channels because of all the different rooms around me that have it, and because it's picking it up from the satelite. The technician that was out here had a kick out of that :).

The wedding this past weekend was pretty ummm eventful/interesting haha. And for those people that were there know why I'm saying that.. Other then that, it was great seeing everyone, I had a great time, it was awesome seeing everyone, especially since I'm not sure when i'll be able to see many of you again while i'm down here, so I loved it.

Well, I'll talk to you guys later. love youu

Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Hey everyone,

So as i told you before i've joined a base softball team with a bunch of guys that are on hold with me.. We practiced for mandatory PT on monday, and we had a bunch of other guys come out so we played a little game.. The picture that's on here shows why baseball players WEAR LONG PANTS!!! Or else they'd get this sliding to like second. And it was only practice that I did this, that's how dedicated I am to soft pitch softball!!! hahaha.. Then we had a scrimmage on tuesday against a team that's supposed to be really good, they got a lot of people that are already stationed on boats and part of the different schools. In softball it's played until the end of the 7th which we won 9-8 but we kept on playing losing 11-9, but technically we won, which with the practices I saw, I figured we'd lose HORRIBLY! It was a lot of fun, i kept telling myself not to slide or anything haha.
Everything else is going great, bunch of us went to jacksonville last weekend, which was a lot of fun. There was a live band right on the waterfront that was in an area surrounded by all different kinds of stores and restaurants, we stayed there until about 2 a.m. Right before we were all leaving there was a fight that broke out between this older black "bum" and this veryyyy drunk air force guy. It was pretty interesting haha. The black "bum" snuck up and got the guy right in the nose knocking him back, then he just took off. The air force guy was throwing trash cans, screaming, kicking trash cans. Three cops finallyy show up, and they tell us to handle it because they are leaving. And they just started walking off. I was about to start cursing them out or something, gotta love the pride and joy of Jacksonville. But, then I thought about it and in their point of view, a bunch of Navy guys are trying to save this guy's career since if the cops got involved they would have brought him striaght to jail and that would have ended his career, so we luckily calmed him down and got him into a taxi to get back to base. It was a crazy night. Then as I'm riding back to base in this super small Mazda Rx-8, we are on 95 and the guy sitting in the back tells the driver that if he tells us to pull over, we need to do it right awayyy. I hear that and i put my stuff down, get ready to unbuckle my seatbelt and jump out.. 30 seconds later "I NEED TO GET OUT" I literally open my door and jump out right before we stop almost tucking and rolling into the grass haha. Just a wonderful night.
Bunch of us are going down to Cocoa beach this weekend to check it out, got a hotel room RIGHT on the beach, it's awesome. It's right below JFK Air Force base where the space shuttles launch, its' about a 3 hour drive. It's going to be a lot fun :) I'm excited. Well I'm going to bed, i'm exhausted, give me some updates before I start hunting you guys down. love youuu

Thursday, July 30, 2009

In georgia finally

Hey everyone,

I'm finally in King's Bay, Georgia. The drive was not a very fun one, wayyy too long for my liking. Going through the Carolina's was sooo boringg. I'd say it's about 500 miles of striaght road, and not having cruise control that works is prettyy annoying haha. But I'm glad I finally got here.

It's a great placee. A lot more relaxed then up in conneticut. They don't put up with anything, but as long as nobody's is screwing up they are real laid back. This base is absolutely HUGEEE!!! It's massivee! It's also a animal preserve, so anything bigger then a squirrel is illegal to touch or kill, and when you accidentally hit one with your car you better tell them or they do some investigation and find you someway it's crazy. I come on base for the first time and I'm checking into my barracks room, and the first thing I see is a lit up full sized soccer field right outside the barracks. I think my heart stopped.

The room's are nice, right now it's just me to a room, sharing a bathroom with two other guys in the room across the way. It's kind of a little suite, you open the door and right in front of you is the head, and to the right and left is the two different rooms. I got a full size refrigerator and a nice microwave with a toaster attached to it. The rooms are soooo nicely air conditioned i love it. Which it has to be because it's usually about 90 outside with extremely high humidity, which is fine if I could be wearing shorts or something, not a full uniform, wayy too hot. But we don't go outside much during the day so it's ok.

I'm on hold down here until middle of september. Pretty much all we do everyday is sit around and do nothingg, occasionally we'll go to the computer room when it's free and be able to go do some courses online through the navy website, but right now we gotta do a bunch of bs courses that are required by the military as well as my instructors. But it's easyyy, the people that are on hold are real cool, the instructors are real laid back and we'll mess around with us all the time, especially when they're boss isn't in at the time haha.

I got internet yesterday, it's sprint DSL, KILL me noww haha. It's wayyy too slowww, but it's hard to find time where comcast can come on base during hours that your able to be in your room, and sprint was bout 30 seconds from my barracks room so I decided to get them for now and soon i'll either work on getting comcast or one of my buddies that's right next door is going to try to get comcast and I'll give him some money and use it. I also bought a 32" tv, i'm excited to play games on that :), find a great price thanks to Dad at It should have been here today, but because it's a military base and stuff it should be here tomorrow. When i went down to check if the tv came in yet, I see most of the boxes that were delivered opened at some point to be searched it's pretty intense. Which duhhh, it's understandable being on a Nuclear Missle base. Also, today I just joined a softball team, kind of weird I know but Navy isn't allowed baseball, and I really want to play some sport and bunch of my buddies were looking for more players so I joined up. It's a summer league that the command has, there's teams from sailors that are stationed on boats, our superiors, students, it's awesome, it'll be a lot of fun, especially being the outfield i'll be super busy running around doing some diving catches and getting out some of my superiors haha.

For the people that want to know, My current address is

MTSA Adiletta, Jeffrey, K.
1040 USS Georgia Ave.
King's Bay, GA 31547

Please don't send me anything stupid hahaha, that definately wouldn't be good. Oh, I also got my Top Secret Security Clearance :), i'm excited about that.

This base has a little place you can rent motor boats, rv's, trailors, canoes, it's awesome. They have a full auto body shop that you can take your car and put it up for $3 a day and do whatever you want, they have every tool you can think of. They have a sweet pool, and an even sweeterrr water slide haha. The Navy Exchange (Which is a grocery-retail store) has EVERYTHINGGG you can think of, up in Conneticut it wasn't that big, it had a lot of stuff, but still wasn't that big. This one is hugeeee.

I really like the area too, Jacksonville is only 30 min away, a pretty nice beach is only about 10 min away. Savannah is about 2 hours. My buddies and I are going to be switching off driving to different cities visiting them. For example, Orlando, Panama City, Daytona, Savannah, Pensacola, Tampa bay, and anywhere else we find.

Well, I'm tired, I'm heading to bed. I'll update my adventures as I go on them.


Friday, July 10, 2009

Headinnn to Georgia.

Hey everyonee,

I just finished my last school which was Apprentice Technical Training. It was all on the computer, self-paced, dealing with circuit boards and DC and AC circuits. I'm working on checking out of the base here in Conneticut and waiting for my orders which should be here in a couple days so I can finally head down to King's Bay Georgia for my last and final school. I'm officially rated as a Missile Technician :). So i'm not a complete newbie anymore lol.

I'm very excited for everything, a bunch of people that I know from this school who have the same job as me are coming down with me. We are on hold until the end of october early november because apparently there aren't enough instructors. So, we have to just sit around monday thru friday cleaning every once in awhile, doing absolutely nothing. Then we get the weekends off so bunch of us are going to go camping, try to rent a little motor boat to go fishing, go visit Savannah and Jacksonville. It's going to be a lot of fun, it's a little vacation before we start are next school which is very strict compared to up here. Which is obvious since now I'll be learning about nuclear warheads and missiles, can't have any stupid people doing this job haha.

Well, if anyone reads this email me at to let me know what's new with you. Haven't heard from anyone in a longggg time. Can't wait to see all of you at Dan and Laura's wedding in september :).

Friday, June 12, 2009

Another graduation

Helloo everyonee,

I just graduated from Basic Mechanical School, and I start my next school monday morning first thing which is Advanced technical training. It's completely self-paced, on the computer. If you take it on schedule everyday it takes about 3 weeks to finish everything. But I'm definately going to try to finish quicker so I can graduate and get the heck out of here and on to my final school down in King's Bay, Georgia. I'm doing pretty well up here, we have 8 people that is quarentined because they have swine flu, so the base is being extremely cautious about everything. I hope everything is going well for everyone, haven't heard anything from anyone, way to communicate guys! :P
I bought Tony's old Kia last weekend, it's a big help having a car on base, make a bunch of money taking friends to the mall and stuff since the taxi ride out there is expensive. And been havin a lot of fun going up to Providence, and to NY. Hopefully goin to try to get out to Boston before I head to Georgia, maybe even for a Red Sox game. Bunch of people havent' ever been to Boston so they want to go, bunch of them are coming down to Georgia with me so they want to go before they leave as well. Got a lot of friends on base that know ALOT about cars which is good with all the driving I've been doing lately.
So far at least one of my instructors from every school i've been in has tried to imitate my voice, it's pretty funny. They get a kick out of it. And I am the kick ball champion hahaha. For PT in the morning we've been playing kick ball, and I've been kicking ass. I'm very proud about that haha.
Send me some emails people or something, I wanna hear what's going on in the family, we have a big family I'd like to know what's going on. I'm gonna start updating a lot more on here, especially has i get down to Georgia.

Monday, June 1, 2009

It's been awhile

Hey everyonee,

It's been awhile since I last updated this, I've been really busy with school stuff during the weekdays, then going home on the weekends. Had a crazyyyy memorial day weekend. Still recovering from it. Well the school that i'm in now called BMS (Basic mechanical Skills) is super easy, it's only about 3 weeks long. Then I got to ATT, which i forget what it stands for.
Right now I'm in my room doing nothing because I went to medical today and I'm SIQ (Sick In Quarters) because I have a virul infection in my sinuses. Major sinus headaches and coughing up a lung. But now i have drugs and I get to sleep allll day :). So it's all good.
I just bought Tony's old car, which was a great deal, real helpful around base, saves a lot of money since taxi's to go anywhere here is wayyy expensive. Other then that nothing is really new, same stuff, different day. I'm gonna go back to sleep, I'll update in more detail some other time.

love everyone.

Sunday, May 3, 2009


Hey everyone,

I'm reporting from my barracks room on this rainy day here in Groton, CT. I just got internet and TV here the other day. My roommate actually got it installed. So I decided to go out and buy a wireless router for the room. This weekend has been pretty crappy, but yesterday I went out to see Wolverine, which was AWESOMEEEEE!!!!! :D
I've been looking at the NCIS website and I'm definately going to try and be a NCIS Special Agent. And with my schedule on a submarine with being 3 months in and 3 months out i'll be able to work on my criminology degree. I found out that it's a requirement to just have a bach. degree. Doesn't matter if it's criminology degree. But I figured I'd go for a criminology degree since it'll make it much easier when I'm trying to to be a Special Agent. And another requirement is to be able to have a background check which i'll already have from the Navy since I'm working on getting the highest possible clearance. Plus, I'll be qualified in all the weapons. So as long as I stay in shape it should be easy for me to get into. I want to do this because I want to be able to come home and be proud of my job. I want to make a difference in the world. :) Plus I want to catch those sailors and marines that decide to dessert their country. lol I know I just want to be some badass. Oh well.
Well back to studying. Gotta keep my average looking good :). I'll update soon.