These cases typically occur when a civilian or enlisted airman, who is married to an enlisted airman, is later commissioned as an officer.
However, a later marriage does not exempt the couple from punishment for fraternization that occurred when one was an officer and the other was enlisted.
It does not matter if the officer and the enlisted member are on entirely different chains of command.
Marriages between officers and enlisted personnel do exist and are not necessarily forbidden.
Still, I want to be fair and open minded about this issue, so I propose his compromise: You may come to the door with your underwear showing and your pants ten sizes too big, and I will not object.
However, in order to ensure that your clothes do not, in fact, come off during the course of your date with my daughter, I will take my electric nail gun and fasten your trousers securely in place to your waist.
Speak the perimeter password, announce in a clear voice that you have brought my daughter home safely and early, then return to your car - there is no need for you to come inside.
Like all military personnel, Air Force members rely on their loved ones for emotional support and a connection to home.
Fraternization regulations forbid the development of social relationships between officers and enlisted personnel.
My daughter is putting on her makeup, a process that can take longer than painting the Golden Gate Bridge.
Instead of just standing there, why don't you do something useful, like changing the oil in my car?
Pastors, legal advisers, medical staff and psychological personnel are covered under this regulation.
They are specifically forbidden from engaging in sexual relationships or making sexual overtures toward those who are under their care or their immediate families, and should use extreme caution when forming any sort of social relationship.
Rule Eight: The following places are not appropriate for a date with my daughter: Places where there are beds, sofas, or anything softer than a wooden stool.