All branches of the United States military maintain regulations that govern dating, and any fraternization, among both officers and enlisted soldiers.
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Factors to be considered include whether the conduct has compromised the chain of command, resulted in the appearance of partiality, or otherwise undermined good order, discipline, authority, or morale.
The acts and circumstances must be such as to lead a reasonable person experienced in the problems of military leadership to conclude that the good order and discipline of the armed forces has been prejudiced by their tendency to compromise the respect of enlisted persons for the professionalism, integrity, and obligations of an officer. Regulations, directives, and orders may also govern conduct between officer and enlisted personnel on both a service-wide and a local basis.
Examples of fraternization include going to one another’s private homes or to clubs together, dating, sexual activities or any kind of favoritism.
The senior ranking officer in such situations is considered to have greater ability to promptly discontinue any behaviors in breach of policy, but both soldiers are considered equally accountable.