Us army dating rules

07-Jun-2019 08:18

However, girlfriends who have boyfriends currently in service or deployed think the academy girlfriends aren't real military girlfriends.It's true that for four years, I won't have to worry about deployments or having my boyfriend stationed to another country.

A friend of mine posted a blog post about being a West Point girlfriend, and it has already shown up on Yik Yak with the caption, "I feel bad for these cadets."These boys are busy. It's been spent on care packages, dresses for balls, plane tickets, hotel rooms, etc.

You know that picture where the soldier is kissing the nurse in the white dress? So many times on Facebook and Instagram, I see my friends with their cadets, mimicking those poses.

I honestly feel like I should make a book out of all the beautiful pictures of girls with their SOs.

I'm the sort of person who likes to hear the bad news first, so let's start this off with the cons list: First off, dating a guy who goes to a military academy means you're stuck in a long-distance relationship.

You're lucky if you see him more then four or five times a year. Don't even get me started about the sexual frustration that comes along with this relationship. When I went to West Point a few weeks ago for a formal event, the only physical contact I could have with my cadet was having our arms linked.

A friend of mine posted a blog post about being a West Point girlfriend, and it has already shown up on Yik Yak with the caption, "I feel bad for these cadets."These boys are busy. It's been spent on care packages, dresses for balls, plane tickets, hotel rooms, etc.

You know that picture where the soldier is kissing the nurse in the white dress? So many times on Facebook and Instagram, I see my friends with their cadets, mimicking those poses.

I honestly feel like I should make a book out of all the beautiful pictures of girls with their SOs.

I'm the sort of person who likes to hear the bad news first, so let's start this off with the cons list: First off, dating a guy who goes to a military academy means you're stuck in a long-distance relationship.

You're lucky if you see him more then four or five times a year. Don't even get me started about the sexual frustration that comes along with this relationship. When I went to West Point a few weeks ago for a formal event, the only physical contact I could have with my cadet was having our arms linked.

This isn't a big secret, but any time someone asks me if I have a boyfriend, I whip out my best smile and say, "I do.