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Sandboxx Stories: Carlos, Navy Milspouse

At Sandboxx we are always working hard to listen to our Sandboxx customers and Sandboxx families. In this series, learn more about people who utilize...

a row of navy recruits bowing their heads
Congratulations to 760 of the newest and sharpest Sailors in the U.S. Navy who graduated from boot camp July 6, at Recruit Training Command. About 38,000 to 40,000 recruits graduate annually from the Navy's only boot camp. (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Spencer Fling/Released)

At Sandboxx we are always working hard to listen to our Sandboxx customers and Sandboxx families. In this series, learn more about people who utilize Sandboxx to stay connected with their recruits and trainees. 

Meet Carlos, a Navy Milspouse. Sandboxx was quick to help him stay connected with his wife.

Carlos and his wife

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your recruit or your recent graduate. Where are you from? Which branch of the military is your recruit in?

Hello, my name is Carlos, I am from New Jersey – my recruit is my wife, she is in the U.S. Navy.

How did sending letters with Sandboxx help you connect and stay in touch with your recruit during basic training?

The Sandboxx app helped me so much to communicate with my wife during the time she was in boot camp. Sandboxx is always kind to help and gives the best customer service. I appreciate the help they always give me.

How did you first hear about Sandboxx? After using it for a while, what do you think about Sandboxx?

I first heard about Sandboxx because my wife told me there was a fast way to send her letters – and that was using the Sandboxx app. After using the app for a while, I can say it is a wonderful app to help me communicate with my wife during the time she was in boot camp.

Any plans for your recruit after basic training? What’s next for you or for them?

The next plan for us is to get a house and get to know military life better.

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