Camp leatherneck dating
Please forgive me if the questions seem kind of out there for someone like me.. I mean, I am in a relationship with someone in the DEP program going to boot camp a month before I am and we are pretty serious, but exactly how can we manage that through out boot camp and if we are stationed differently?Are we allowed to write to each other while we're both in boot camp? There have been many posts on here about relationships in the military, so I'd suggest just searching for those threads.I'm assuming you'd be allowed to write to each other in boot camp, but it might be kind of tricky to get the address of the other person. We have his parents blessing but haven't yet told mine. We have his parents blessing but haven't yet told mine.My question is how much would I really get to see my then " husband"? But after I'm at my PDS what are the protocals that I need to go through to be able to live with him? My question is how much would I really get to see my then " husband"? But after I'm at my PDS what are the protocals that I need to go through to be able to live with him? My situation is similar, but I am getting married prior to shipping.All I'm saying is take your time - I was engaged before I went too and when I got through with bootcamp I didn't miss him like I thought I should and THAT was the end of THAT.I started out with no distractions - nothing to weigh heavy on my mind and I had a BLAST for 4 years.
You'll have to make it look like you're there when you're not. Think long and hard about what you are doing- particularly if you are going active duty. They will try to station you and your wife at the same base- or close to each other. People will come and go throughout your enlistment - about the time you get used to a place and get comfortable dating somebody, the Corps snatches you up and takes you away. :)Corndog................ready to have your heart ripped out of you .....................often.The girl was supposed to have left a while ago but her mother got sick so shes put it off, and her boyfriend is waiting on some waivers, so there was initially going to be at least 10 month gap between enlistments. I only went in 3 weeks before him though, so it wasn't a problem.
The rule is that if you're dating before you become Marines, then there's nothing anyone can do about it. I do remember my recruiter coming and confronting me one time when he found out that I hung out with a couple of PFCs when I was a poolee.
We started dating when we were both poolees and he gets back on November 2nd, and I don't even ship until June. And I hang out with other Marines all the time, but they are the ones that I've been friends with since before I was in DEP.