Rules enlisted dating officers
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. When evidence of fraternization between an officer and enlisted member prior to their marriage exists, their marriage does not preclude appropriate command action based on the prior fraternization.
Commanders have a wide range of responses available including counseling, reprimand, order to cease, reassignment, administrative action or adverse action.
Commanders must carefully consider all of the facts and circumstances in reaching a disposition that is appropriate.
Generally, the commander should take the minimum action necessary to ensure that the needs of good order and discipline are satisfied.(b) Situations in which a relationship that complies with this policy would move into non-compliance due to a change in status of one of the members (for instance, a case where two enlisted members are dating and one is subsequently commissioned or selected as a warrant officer).
My husband was a SSG when I met him I was Junior enlisted same situation as you, and we did not work together or in the same State for that matter I met him outside of the military when he went to visit his parents who lived near where I was Stationed, we were talking but didn’t really had a relationship, then after I got out I ended up moving with him, and then got married.Commanders must carefully consider all of the facts and circumstances in reaching a disposition that is warranted, appropriate, and fair. Thanks, although I don't think I will be going to a board for a while since the unit I am in has only held 1 SOM board since I been here, Thanks for the information although it really only talked about enlisted/officer I can now keep it going as long as we keep it professional.b. The reason that I came on here to ask was because she was just giving him a hard time about it but at my last unit I worked with this SPC also and she married one of the CSMs on that post but she married when she was a PFC and he was a CSM so I thought I would ask.Relationships between Soldiers of different rank are prohibited if they—(1) Compromise, or appear to compromise, the integrity of supervisory authority or the chain of command.(2) Cause actual or perceived partiality or unfairness.(3) Involve, or appear to involve, the improper use of rank or position for personal gain.(4) Are, or are perceived to be, exploitative or coercive in nature.(5) Create an actual or clearly predictable adverse impact on discipline, authority, morale, or the ability of the command to accomplish its mission. If the answer is yes, then I would recommend that you do one or more of the following: A. Break it off because tecnically, it's violating regulation; C. If you work in the same MOS and the same company, then he has the very real chance to become a part of your NCO support channel, which in turn could provide the opportunity for violation of items 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 as mentioned above. Thanks offense but that SSG should know better than to date a soldier who (though not currently) may be his soldier at some point it would be different if you were in entirely diffrent units but he could get promoted and become your PLT SGT or get moved to your squad and become your leader." you can't tell a married couple that they can't have contact.So they busted them for disobeying a lawful order by having contact in Vegas.