Advice on dating an army man
There is safety in numbers and meeting for the first time in a restaurant or coffee shop would provide enough witnesses should the date turn sour.Never – and I mean never – meet a man at his home or even think of inviting him to your home until you really get to know him. Yes, tell a friend or family member the details about where you are meeting, give them his contact details like name and phone number and any other additional information you have about him.Read this portion from the AR: “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.If you don't know how to reach your boyfriends commander, contact the Base Personnel officer on the base where your boyfriend is stationed.Give the officer the name of your boyfriend and the officer will give you the contact information you will need to contact the CO.
When you speak to his CO, you need to tell them that you want the military protection order.
Meeting and building quick rapport is so easy online and lately I’ve noticed that women all too often let their guard down, lose their common sense or abandon their self protection to a total stranger.
Reflecting back to when I was single and looking after my divorce, I’m shocked at how easily a woman WHO I DID NOT KNOW would invite me to her home (having never met me before) after a few chats via phone/email/text.
(5) Create an actual or clearly predictable adverse impact on discipline, authority, morale, or the ability of the command to accomplish its mission.” You can contact NCIS or you can go to the command.
If your boyfriend is abusive, you need to contact the 1st Class' commanding officer.
Safety is still safety and being safe ALL the time is a better bet than trusting your gut with someone you have never met, don’t ya think?