Army regulation enlisted dating officer
They have been apart geographically for 4 months there relationship is stronger than ever. It is from an attorney who has extensive knowledge of Military Law: No service member can be prevented from marrying.
There was a time when the service would use the marriage as proof that unlawful fraternization had occurred beforehand, but it is rare today.
This prohibition does not apply to (a) Marriages that predate the effective date of this policy (March 1, 2000) (b) Situations in which a relationship which complies with this policy would move into noncompliance due to a change in status of one of the members (for instance, a case where two enlisted members are married and one is subsequently commissioned or selected as a warrant officer).
(c) Personal relationships outside of marriage between members of the National Guard or Army Reserve, when the relationship primarily exists due to civilian acquaintanceships, unless the individuals are on active duty (other than annual training) or Full-time National Guard duty (other than annual training).
Why are you researching for them unless you are one of the parties lol Here is a link again. f=30&t=4770 Tell me, how would they be able to enroll in the Army Married Couples Program if they are in direct violation?? Now, after they are married there are no repercussions. It went straight to the Post Commanding General like wildfire. My chain of command recommended I be allowed to continue with my PCS and she be allowed ETS within a month.
I will still advise them to talk to their JAG on site, just to be sure. We never registered our marriage certificate and carried on as if we weren't married. I went to my commander and let him know everything. The CG sent it to JAG to see what he could do with it. So that whole once you're married, you're good, thing isn't right.
In the case of Army National Guard or United States Army Reserve personnel, this prohibition does not apply to relationships that exist due to their civilian occupation or employment.
(2) Dating, shared living accommodations other than those directed by operational requirements, and intimate or sexual relationships between officers and enlisted personnel.
(f) Soldiers and leaders share responsibility, however, for ensuring that these relationships do not interfere with good order and discipline.
Commanders will ensure that personal relationships which exist between soldiers of different ranks emanating from their civilian careers will not influence training, readiness, or personnel actions.
(3) Gambling between officers and enlisted personnel.
They say they couldn't help that they fell in love and the officer is willing to put it all on the line for her (at least so he claims).
They have even been crazy enough to say they want to make an example out of themselves to help fight this fraternization policy when it doesn't effect the work place. Please provide references with your comments if possible. They are not in the same Chain, go get married, why "make an example"...plenty of Officer/Enlisted marriages out there..wont be the first or last..Warrant Officer in Korea was married to a Sergeant First Class (SFC)...