Rules enlisted dating officers
Dating someone in the military isn’t as glamorous as Hollywood makes it appear.If you are considering seriously dating a man (or woman) in the military, there are a few things to consider.
The bill would modify existing discharge authority to allow military officers appointed from the enlisted ranks with at least 20 years of service to retire as an officer with only four years of service as a commissioned officer. Very few military members remain on active duty long enough to earn a military pension.The change strikes a short-lived policy limiting soldiers to four tattoos below the elbow or knee, none bigger than the wearer's hand.Face, neck and hand tattoos, however, remain against regulation, with the exception of one ring tattoo per hand.Dailey was concerned the tough tattoo rules were negatively impacting morale, and he shared these concerns with Army Chief of Staff Gen. Odierno previewed the latest revisions on April 1."Society is changing its view of tattoos, and we have to change along with that," Odierno said. Soldiers have grown up in an era when tattoos are much more acceptable and we have to change along with that."Some frequently asked questions concerning the new policy: Q. What does this mean for soldiers who have neck tattoos? There is no change to the restriction of neck tattoos. Soldiers who had a neck tattoo before the March 31, 2014, policy change and properly documented it will continue to be grandfathered. Wow, you skipped a rank there ;) Whatever happened to that Pfc getting LCpl?
I haved several friends who were LCpl's when I made Cpl.
Racist, derogatory and sexist tattoos are also outlawed.
The more restrictive tattoo policy had become a sore subject for soldiers, as the new Sergeant Major of the Army Dan Dailey quickly learned through soldier feedback.
The latest numbers show that only about 17% of servicemembers reach the full 20 years required for an active duty pension.
It’s a wonderful achievement and a testament to the hard work and dedication it takes to make a career of the military.
The Prior Service Business Rules acts as a guide for Soldiers who are interested in reenlisting in the regular Army.