Right... I know my title is substantially less stellar than my usual titles But I'm tired and wanted to ask this question on the way to bed. One of my dearest friends has been in the Navy for several years now... haven't gotten to talk to her much... but anyway, she just called to share the great news that she is pregnat for the first time. Thing is... she seems to think she is going to get in trouble? She was always a quiet girl, I'm sure the military has affected her some, but from all that I can tell, she is still a bit... meek. Well that means I probably need to encourage her in the right directions... she doesen't have permanent housing at the moment as she is assigned to a ship, though has been mainland for a specific duty for a while. So she thinks she is going to be reasigned to a different duty... I think that it sounds totally impractical for her to raise a baby in the tiny apartment she has been in since they finally got her out of the hotel she was stuck in forever.... complicated affair. But my question is... those who have knowledge of the way these things work... what does she need to be doing to get herself in proper accomodations, ect? All practical stuff. She says she is staying in until her term is up.. at which time her schooling will also be done... but thats a good year of baby-raising for her to do at the same time. Paperwork?