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I'm a 30 year old professional who is single with no kids.I met my current significant other via a paid, online, dating service about 7 months ago. I live in the Pacific Northwest, and she lives about 1,200 miles East.
Afteter going through all the "what-if" situations, I came to find that she is a special ops Army Officer who has served since she was 18. Well, we see each other for about a week every month, whether I go visit her or she comes to visit me.She can be stubborn and 'detached/desensitized' at times and that frustrates me. Again, she is a captain, officer, green beret, special ops, 12 years Army service, has been blown up, killed and seen death. Any advice on to how I should and can help her and I get through these crazy fights? If she was medically boarded and retired 1.5 years ago (very rare to get this without 15 years in), then she would have had her orders right when she received her medical retirement. I'd really like to see it." Also, check out this site: Where is she stationed that is an Army base 1200 miles East of the Pacific Northwest? If I were you, I would request to see her DD-214 (separation/retirement paperwork). There's a lot of info about stolen valor on there, which actually is relatively common. I am naive about the military and she has taught me a lot.She can be stubborn and 'detached/desensitized' at times and that frustrates me. Again, she is a captain, officer, green beret, special ops, 12 years Army service, has been blown up, killed and seen death. Any advice on to how I should and can help her and I get through these crazy fights?I am posting this to not only vent, but to see if anyone has any opinion or input on this.
I am naive about the military and she has taught me a lot. How many rows of "fruit salad" does she wear above her left pocket? Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum. In conclusion, let me turn your question around, Is he serious about you? You answered that by asking the question which means he has given you some reason to doubt him. The soldier's location may not be private and can be viewed by other people.Also, care packages can be helpful as well, but make sure you ask the person you are sending it to what they're allowed to have because the military has strict regulations as to what personnel may receive in the mail while on deployment or transfer.My wife of 26 years dated me while I was in the Navy. Does he ask you your opinion or does he make all the decisions unilaterally? In the end, you must go with your heart and your gut.