Posted on Jun 5, 2018
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If a junior Enlisted goes green to gold reserves can that soldier marry an active duty nco while in college for the green to gold reserves program.
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SPC(P) Allied Trades Specialist
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Edited 6 y ago
I believe the policy is that the date from when you accept your commission you have one year to get married or you must cut off the relationship as it would then become a violation of the Army's fraternization policy.
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SGT Nodal Network Systems Operators/Maintainer
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It doesn't go against any regulation so as you follow the timeline. AR 600-20 Chapter 4-14 can further explain your situation, so long as you two get married one year following the date of commission you will comply with the regulation. Here is a link to the regulation https://www.nrc.gov/docs/ML0807/ML080790409.pdf
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CW4 Craig Urban
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Yes. My best friend a Major at the time married his admin assistant while they were stationed in Baumholder. They waited a year and then got married. I know he will not mind me giving his name my retired friends probably know him. COL Richard Schwartzman. His wife Alicia Schwartzman. Their son Jack Schwartzman. ROTC William and Mary. Honorable mention center fielder. Jack was named after his late father. Jack Schwartzman. Retired full COL. Let the transportation corp to move all the assets out of France when they pulled out of NATO in 1964. His brother another retired COL Chuck is working as a GS 15 for Home Security or was. Lives in Mount Vernon Virginia.
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