Dating in the military rules
Depending on the circumstances, service members may also need to get permission from their commanding officers.No matter who or where service members get married, they should take some time to reflect on whether they are ready for marriage and what a lifetime commitment to someone in the military would entail."The updates specifically dictate that the Navy fraternization policy prohibiting certain types of relationships is applicable to relationships with members of other U. armed services and with members of foreign military services," said Lt. Kim Dixon, spokesperson for the Navy's chief of personnel's diversity directorate which issued the change."As a result of a scheduled policy review, it was determined the policy needed to be updated," said Cmdr.
This might require the same-sex couple to travel to a jurisdiction that allows same-sex marriages.
After the Wedding Military couples must do much of the same work that civilian couples do after the wedding.
If the service member married a foreign national, she must apply for her spouse's entry into the U. Some military couples may wish to change their names.
Examples of unduly familiar relationships include dating, sharing an apartment or house, engaging in intimate behavior, gambling, and borrowing money.
These types of relationships are prohibited because they undermine the respect for authority that is essential to the Navy's ability to accomplish its mission.