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Danielle Hill has been writing, editing and translating since 2005.She has contributed to "Globe Pequot" Barcelona travel guide, "Gulfshore Business Magazine," "Connecting Lines: New Poetry from Mexico" and "The Barcelona Review." She has trained in neuro-linguistic programming and holds a Bachelor of Arts in comparative literature and literary translation from Brown University.Unless she can join you on base, a recipe for loneliness and eventual straying, don'tcha think? Despite what Nicholson says in A Few Good Men, probably not a good idea to start something with a woman who outranks ya. If she moves up before you do, and you two are getting along swimmingly, maybe she'll put in a good word about you to her superiors-!Of course, falling in love with a fellow recruit has its possible downside, she might get killed in a war. Look at the military's official policy about fraternizing. While I do come from a largely military family, I do NOT go looking for servicemen to date.
Fraternization prohibitions can apply to any two soldiers of differing ranks and wherever an instructor/student relationship is present, even within a particular group.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.Whether or not they are in a direct line of command is immaterial.Sad thing is, the military does NOT brief young soldiers/airmen/sailors about these things and it happens ALOT.My boyfriend is Honorably Discharged from the US Army.