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There was a similar situation with a SPC and SSG in an old unit of mine. I'm gonna go out on a limb here(partly because I'm hopped up on painkillers and thinking of weird things).Would it be possible for an officer to marry an enlisted person if it was an arranged marriage?
Potential adverse action may include official reprimand, adverse evaluation report(s), nonjudicial punishment, separation, bar to reenlistment, promotion denial, demotion, and courts martial. Besides I just found out they are sending him to another unit anyway to deploy, it wasn't like during the day we would hang out during work time hours or when they did see us together we were hanging all over eachother.
This policy is effective immediately, except where noted below, and applies to different-gender relationships and same-gender relationships.b.
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.c.
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 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.