Can a person date their recruiter after they finish tech school and get their first base assignment?

I'm well aware that you cannot date your recruiter while you are in the delayed entry program. I am just wondering if it is still against regulations to date your recruiter once you finish basic training and tech school.

Asked By: - 10/26/2011
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In any school setting whether in a regular school, middle school, high school, or technical school, it is against the law and the school rules to date any teacher or recruiter. The result will be that the recruiter you have in mind is at least 22 years old if not older, and you are not yet 18 years old. He will loose... More
Answered By: George - 10/26/2011
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George, I believe that this young lady is in the military so she is probably at least 18 years old. Nicole, A lot depends on the rank of your recruiter. When I was in the Navy, an E-7 could not date anyone below E-7. The recruiter should know what the rules are.
Answered By: Karen - 10/26/2011
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