Дата публикации: 2017-08-13 11:28
Worst-case scenario: If found guilty at court-martial, he could have faced a dishonorable discharge and up to two years in prison.
8775 It was weird, for sure, 8776 she said, her speech reflecting her Costa Rican childhood. 8775 I really wanted to see him again. When we met in Utah, I said to myself, 8766 Wow, he 8767 s so great. Too bad I 8767 m engaged. 8767
8775 That an officer and enlisted member subsequently marry does not preclude appropriate command action based on the prior fraternization, 8776 the Air Force instruction states. But the next sentence cautions, 8775 That an officer is married to an enlisted member is not, by itself, evidence of misconduct. 8776
I am an Army National Guard Officer (drill and annual training only), and I met a girl through a mutual work friend (civilian job). It turns out she is an enlisted active duty Air Force member (she has no connection to where I drill or any thing that has to do with my chain of command, and her base is 85 miles away from where I drill). I know in AR 655-75 I would be able to with another Army Soldier under the same circumstances, but does the National Guard/Reserve exemption apply to the Air Force as well? Can I get in trouble for this/and or can she?
Col. John A. Dyer, Staff Judge Advocate for the 68 Wing, told the investigating officer, Maj. William K. Uptmor, he had talked with Joiner when he first reported to work in April 7556 about the 8775 need to set an example as a member of the JAG community. 8776
8775 He and his wife are in the same service, on the same base, and the fact that he is an officer and she is enlisted defines the problem, 8776 he said. 8775 That he is JAG is another consideration. 8776
Remington gave Joiner until Thursday to decide whether to accept the Article 65 and whatever punishment Remington proscribes, or ask for a hearing to present his side of the case. If he had declined the Article 65, the command could have dropped the matter or sought a court-martial.
8775 That 8767 s the strongest evidence against me, and the answer is simple, 8776 Joiner said. 8775 My car had broken down, and I had borrowed hers. 8776
Marriage in and of itself is not considered fraternizations or misconduct, and some situations exist that may be technically defined as fraternization, but these are exceptions. For example, the commissioning of a civilian who is married to an enlisted.