Thank you, I have a pretty good letter written that the old Natca RVP of the western region wrote for me back when I had a similar situation but a kid was not involved that I'm going to modify. He was so helpful. I ended up getting picked up by NCEPT last time. I think maybe stressing that this is his last time he has to move before getting out of the Navy might help too. I'm having a really hard time getting anyone from the Southern region to put any effort at all towards this. It's weird because my management is so helpful and willing to make phones calls etc. but Natca just tells me I don't have a case. It all seems a little backwards to me.Do your best to convey that the separation from your spouse, along with being pregnant, would be detrimental to your health/well-being. This can be carefully worded in the cover letter of your hardship paperwork, as well as any medical documentation you may be able to provide.