Your Recruit’s Valentine.

Love is many things β€” and being yelled at while at boot camp may not be one of them. I am confident the drill instructor follows the ‘tough love‘ strategy of building your recruit into a robust warrior through words of loving encouragement. And those chocolate-covered strawberries and home-made frosted heart cookies you would love to send to your recruit may need to wait.

Like all holidays away from home, Valentine’s day can be a bit lonely, especially while going through the most challenging training on earth – military recruit training. As moms, spouses, and other family members finding ways to express Valentine’s cheer through a letter can be difficult. Really, how many hearts can you draw?

Send your card πŸ’Œ February 1st for a 2/3 or 2/5 Delivery!

Send your recruit or active-duty service member a colorful and glossy Valentines’ Day postcard by MondayDelivery.com. You can choose from our holiday collection, or better yet, upload a selfie holding an “I LOVE YOU” sign. And I am sure your recruit’s pet has some love to pass on – recruit’s enjoy seeing pictures from home.

Image from Aspca

Everyone at MondayDelivery.com sends our love and blessings to you! We know being separated from your loved one is not fun. But we also know the joy you will experience on graduation day. Use the PROMO CODE: HEART on your next 6-pack of postcards and receive two cards free.



Categories: Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Holidays, Navy, Postcards, Recruit Training, USMC

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