I believe we already know the answer to this, but we are just trying to get a better idea.
An Officer and an Enlisted SM want to get married but do to fraternization, can't. However, they are not and have never been in the same Chain of Command and they are not even in the same country.
They asked someone at Jag who stated if the situation came across his desk, he would reject it due to the fact they are not in the same COC. The enlisted SM is not and cannot use it to their advantage in anyway.
The two met in a bar and as the put it "time stood still" when they first saw each other. They say they couldn't help that they fell in love and the officer is willing to put it all on the line for her (at least so he claims). They have even been crazy enough to say they want to make an example out of themselves to help fight this fraternization policy when it doesn't effect the work place.
What should I suggest to them?
Please provide references with your comments if possible.
01-23-2010 09:23 AM