Examples of familiarity between Soldiers that may become “undue” can include repeated visits to bars, nightclubs, eating establishments, or homes between an officer and an enlisted Soldier, or an NCO and a junior-enlisted Soldier, except for social gatherings, that involve an entire unit, office, or work section.All relationships between Soldiers of different grade are prohibited if they— (1) Compromise, or appear to compromise, the integrity of supervisory authority or the chain of command.Some users of online dating websites have reported making contact with others claiming to be British Army soldiers on operations around the world, in particular, Afghanistan.Typically, they have reported building a relationship over time, through correspondence and exchange of photos etc - but eventually there is an attempt to defraud when the spoof soldier either asks for bank account details to transfer a significant amount of money, or by asking for money to enable them to go on leave.Anyone in such a position should cease all communications and contact their local law enforcement agency.We do not encourage the use online dating sites and would advise military personnel against adding their personal details to dating sites or those offering to set up penpals.This policy applies to relationships both between Army officers and enlisted members, and between Soldiers and members of other branches of the services, one of whom is enlisted and the other of whom is an officer.
British forces personnel on Operations do not have to pay to go on leave, or to pay for flights, or replacement personnel.
(2) Cause actual or perceived partiality or unfairness.3) Involve, or appear to involve, the improper use of grade or position for personal gain.
(4) Are, or are perceived to be, exploitative or coercive in nature.
It’s no surprise that soldiers are one of the most desirable professions out there.
With a reputation for honour and heroics, there is usually no shortage of admirers for someone in uniform.