Vicki Dear Ms. Vicki, I'm 22 years old, and this is my first time being in a relationship with a man in the military. He just got back from Afghanistan and decided that he wants to be married within the next two years.
By Rod Powers Updated June 20, 2019 There are some specific rules about fraternizing in the Army , which has been updated in recent years to define what's acceptable and what isn't clear. The goal isn't to discourage soldiers from having any interpersonal relationships, or to prevent team-building among units, but to avoid unfair treatment and the appearance of unfair treatment between an officer or NCO and his subordinates. Part of the challenge of writing and understanding the Army's policy is that "fraternizing" is sometimes used to mean an inappropriate or prohibited relationship, when in fact, all three are different. Relationships to Avoid in the Army Essentially the rules seek to prevent inappropriate relationships between higher-ranking personnel and their subordinates.
By Aurora Fox Apr 15 2016 As the few thousand who are dating people going to military academy, we know our relationships are different from any other possible relationships we could be in. It's not because our SOs are more different than other people on the planet. No, this is different for a whole host of reasons. But today, I want to really focus on the pros and cons of dating a guy at a military academy. I'm the sort of person who likes to hear the bad news first, so let's start this off with the cons list. 1.