Pros and cons of dating someone in the military
It is hard to say that either opinion is correct since everyone is different.
If you are considering dating someone in college here are some pros and cons: PROS: 1.
It doesn't only entail waiting for someone to triumphantly come home after cycling through deployments. It's about the 250,000 service members who are transitioning back to civilian life each year — reuniting with their families, trying to find jobs and starting their lives again.
It's about commitment, both the commitment of the relationship and the commitment the vet has to his or her country.
(Like, a LOT.) I gravitated toward the types of shows with storylines centered on relationships. And though intoxicating to my younger self, these storylines had a problem: They were all extremely limited.
These shows always seemed to feature a female lead dating a war veteran.
It is comforting to know you have someone to go to if you are having a bad day or need to talk. Doubling your circle of friends Meeting your significant other’s friends can be beneficial to meeting new people and developing friendships outside of your comfort zone. Focusing on being successful Relationships help you stay focused on being successful, because you can motivate one another.They commit themselves to a purpose, and to one another, all for a greater cause. Just knowing that they are capable of devoting themselves to something else outside of themselves shows a level of unselfishness and integrity that frankly, a lot of people in general don’t seem to have. They haven’t all traveled the world on deployments.But they know what’s going on in the world, because it’s their job to know, and for many, it’s the reason they joined the military in the first place. Articles about, well, dating, often get more views and social media shares than stories about ISIS and conflict in the Ukraine.Many service members still think that a foreigner can travel to the USA with a military dependent ID and a marriage certificate but this is not true as the only way to travel to the states is with a valid fiancée visa, immigrant visa or green card.- There are different policies that are put in place by overseas Commands to protect the service member and his or her career as there can be consequences to marrying citizens of certain countries and or negative family history, those consequences include loosing the ability to obtain or keep a security clearance and difficulties obtaining a dependent ID.Service members stationed in the Republic of Korea are required to submit an application for marriage through their chain of Command, complete counseling sessions with the local Chaplin and interview with the company Commander before they can get married.