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Thank you cards typically are pretty general in nature. You know what we mean - flowers, script fonts, maybe a photograph of an idyllic scene. 2MyHero has created what we believe is the first of it's kind - Thank You cards for the military instructors who train new recruits.

The military is infamous for it's abundance of acronyms! Each branch has it's own title. In the Navy it's RDC. Many civilians have no idea what RDC stands for.

Recruit Division Commanders are defined by Google this way:

2MyHero USN military greeting cards

A lot of time and energy goes into the transformation of a new recruit into a US Navy Sailor. Time and energy that is not always given the gratitude it deserves. Not only do many parents of new recruits not realize what RDC stands for, they also are not aware of the dedication of these men and women.

Since we think it's really important to respect and appreciate our men and women in military service, it is only fitting that one of the cards in our Graduation Collection is specifically for RDC's.

Many Thanks is of course appropriate to be given at graduation. And, since we're learning US Navy acronyms, here's another one used only by the US Navy - PIR. That stands for Pass In Review aka Graduation from USN boot camp.

2MyHero USN military greeting cards

Many Thanks gives moms and dads, aunts and uncles, siblings and friends (basically everyone in the inner circle) of the Sailor a way to express their appreciation for the time, energy and expertise poured into their Sailor over the intense eight weeks of boot camp by these dedicated men and women.

2MyHero USN RDC Thank you card

2MyHero offers military, and military only, greeting cards that express admiration, gratitude and encouragement to USN Sailors.

These are not your ordinary military greeting cards. Not only are they licensed with the USNUSMCUSAF  (and soon to be released USCG), but they also communicate in a way that is fresh and relevant.

2MyHero prides itself on creatively reaching beyond the typical imagery found on greeting cards for military. We want to express a depth of feeling and connection that will help bridge the gap between those of us who are civilians to the men and women we love who are or were at one time in military service.

Many Thanks is so important we have included it in both of the USN Boot Camp six packs we offer. It fosters building bridges of appreciation and respect between civilians and military personnel. We hope every 2MyHero military greeting card we create will help build these kind of bridges between the givers and receivers of our cards.

2MyHero USN boot camp six packs - military greeting cards   2MyHero USN military greeting cards

2MyHero sells cards individually as well as in six packs (a mix of six cards including white square flap envelopes). Many Thanks can be found in the USN Collection in both of these options, AND in both six packs that we offer!

If you know a young man or woman heading off to boot camp at Great Lakes Naval Base, you'll want to purchase one of the six packs so you can encourage them at every stage - during bootcamp, at graduation, there's one for their RDC and depending on how often you write them at boot camp, you may have one or two left over to send after graduation on their first assignment or next level of training.

Maybe you know a Sailor who is way beyond boot camp in terms of their military career. You are sure to find a card within the collection that is relevant at any phase of a Sailor's career. 2MyHero is happy to help you cheer Sailor's on with unique and well researched military greeting cards.

If you have a son or daughter heading to bootcamp for the US Marines or the US Air Force, we have thank you cards for the instructors in those branches as well. 

Let us know about your experience giving a 2MyHero greeting card to your military loved one. Comment below, leave a rating if you purchase through Amazon or Contact us and tell us how the card made you or them feel. We welcome your comments!


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