Sending your recruit a box of chocolate chip cookies might sound like a good idea, but think again. What you can send or not send to your recruit often depends on your recruit's drill instructor and specific branch. But you will usually be limited to basic letters and postcards.
Enjoy our live Q&A and learn from our experience the best practices on sending mail to your recruit.
OPSEC/PERSEC - protecting your recruit
Finding your Recruit Addresses
Best Practices in sending mail
Things to Avoid (and not send)
How to send letters
How to send postcards
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