Let us examine the parts of this definition in detail.Some possible examples of activities encompassed by the term "fraternization" are: Military court decisions and the Manual for Courts-martial make clear that fraternization can occur between enlisted Marines. Are these people wanting to know how to initially get the Marine or do they already have the Marine and don’t know what to do with him now. It comes easy for some women while it breaks others.So, if you want to meet and then date a Marine, let me tell you how. If you are now wanting to know how to date him, it’s simple. I don’t think I need to provide details there, you should get it. Please don’t be the military equivalent of a lot lizard. Those women who hang around just to snag a military guy? If you meet a guy you like that happens to be in the military, then fine.
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When contact and relationships exceed these standards and become those of "buddies" or peers, then fraternization exists.
Under the Marine Corps policy, commanders are instructed to look at the facts and circumstances of each case: If the commander determines that the answer to any of the above questions is "yes," then he/she may determine that the offense of fraternization occurred.
As far as the Marine Corps side, if he is in a nondeployable unit, then he won’t deploy. He may have a regular day job with the occasional overnight duty or he may work shifts.
If he is in a deployable unit, then there is a chance that he will deploy. These guys normally know months in advance that they will deploy.