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Put together, the United States constitutes roughly 40 percent of the world's military expenditures. military dates to 1775, even before the Declaration of Independence marked the establishment of the United States.All branches of the United States military maintain regulations that govern dating, and any fraternization, among both officers and enlisted soldiers.The Military guidelines on Fraternization dont seem to cover this specific situation. As an enlisted Marine (NCO) I have been involved with someone since BEFORE I enlisted in the Corps, this person is an Army Officer.
The guidelines regarding dating vary depending upon rank, but apply regardless of gender or direct lines of command. Military regulations chiefly regulate against dating between two soldiers of different ranks. Military policy in all branches prohibits all kinds of fraternization between soldiers of different grades; while the prohibited relationship is officer/enlisted solider, it also applies to any two different grades of soldier.
As such, it must reflect professionalism and cannot engender any favoritism or abuses of position.
I have noticed that there are very few photos online of the US Air Force personnel and uniforms from the early days of the service.
We were both 4.0 sailors, and never allowed our relationship to interfere with out work. I think that if our work suffered, if we acted in a way that might be considered inappropriate to the Navy or the military in general, the intent of the rules would be forgotten and the full weight of the letter would have been dropped on us.
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