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When dating takes place between soldiers of the same rank or between a solider and a civilian employee or government contractor, military regulations only prohibit those relationships which directly affect morale, discipline, respect for authority or otherwise interfere with a mission.
Dating is subject to the same scrutiny as any other form of fraternization.
Should two soldiers of the same rank be married and one of them receive a promotion, all precautions will be taken to avoid putting them in a direct line of command.
It’s important to remember fraternization isn’t about whether a personal relationship exists between two people or between an officer and enlisted.
It’s ultimately about maintaining order and whether or not your relationship disrupts the standards for military functioning.
Typically, it applies to unprofessional relationships between officers and enlisted Service Members, and it can potentially extend beyond that.
Fraternization is often considered in the context of romantic relationships across the officer-enlisted divide, but the policy includes much more than that.