Rotc rules on dating
In July 1998, Defense Secretary William Cohen directed the services to "adopt uniform, clear and readily understandable" fraternization policies.
Cohen stated that the current separate policies were "corrosive to morale particularly as we move toward an increasingly joint environment." The services submitted policy changes to Cohen that he approved Feb. All of the new policies have been implemented in the respective service regulations.
But if your like on the same special team it'll be awkward if you break up if it was a bad break up. I had a friend who broke up with her bf and we're all on a special team.. I heard from her when she was active, that she would ship the two somewhere else because she didnt want to deal with it. Both breakups caused challenges of authority, and inter-corps problems because most cadets "chose a side." It was not a good situation. can break up with someone during the Annual Management Inspection (Not that you should talk. The only thing it affects is opinions in the chain of command.someone higher than their bf or gf could make a choice that benefits their significant other.[not in my case though] Well the opinions in the chain of command really depends on the person.
In addition to teaching you valuable leadership skills, military training, and discipline, ROTC can also provide you with money for tuition and other expenses through scholarships.Personal relationships include dating, cohabitation, and any sexual relationship.Business relationships include loaning and borrowing money and business partnerships.In my ROTC, we date inside the corps a lot, when someone dates outside we usually like make them one of us by having them go to our competitions with us or a fundraiser or whatnot, and when they break up i've never seen anything ever go bad.
i mean for example one cadet i have in mind has dated most of the known males in rotc (unless they're let level's lower) and we still hang out and everythingpssh... The only thing it affects is opinions in the chain of command.someone higher than their bf or gf could make a choice that benefits their significant other.[not in my case though] Well the opinions in the chain of command really depends on the person.Factors to be considered include whether the conduct has compromised the chain of command, resulted in the appearance of partiality, or otherwise undermined good order, discipline, authority, or morale.The acts and circumstances must be such as to lead a reasonable person experienced in the problems of military leadership to conclude that the good order and discipline of the armed forces has been prejudiced by their tendency to compromise the respect of enlisted persons for the professionalism, integrity, and obligations of an officer. Regulations, directives, and orders may also govern conduct between officer and enlisted personnel on both a service-wide and a local basis.Fraternization is a violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).