Jacqlyn Cope. Okay, I know this is supposed to be about advice on how to date other military members, but there needs to be a disclaimer up-front because things can get real messy. If the relationship sours, you will have to see that person every day for who-knows-how-long until one of you moves workplaces or duty stations. The military is small and the chances of seeing your ex again or having them as a supervisor sometime in your career are pretty high. Imagine that: Your ex could be your supervisor. Admittedly, there are military couples out there that make it work, but they probably followed the other tips on this list.
4 tips for dating your fellow military members
Legal separation, adultery and the UCMJ | Article | The United States Army
People ask these sorts of questions a lot. And those who give a correct answer usually get TD'd for some reason. The short answer is NO, they can not. Linked below is the official US Army policy on the matter, which I assume is what you're interested in given your name
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Dating a soldier, no matter which branch of the military he serves in, is unlike dating someone in any other profession. People in the military protect our freedoms but they sacrifice a great deal to do so. Military spouses and significant others are forced to deal with being away from their partners for long periods of time, ranging from four months to six months to even upwards of a year. Dating a soldier brings you into her world and that means you have to deal with things like deployment, stress, worry and PTSD.
So what if a NCO and a junior enlisted were dating.. What would happen to them if found out?? Could they get in trouble?? What is the policy on dating between NCO's and junior enlisted?? Is there a certain rank difference that is ok??