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Before you decide to make a life --or even consider a life--as a military spouse is the time to think this through, especially if you have doubts or are unfamiliar with the lifestyle.
I am enlisted in the Coast Guard and am dating a Army officer and wanted to know if any way he could possibly get in trouble for it.
I will tell you starting here and reading some of the other threads and asking the questions, is a good place to start. It might be worse than you thought, it might not be. As you are stationed in different places, yes you will accompany him, with rare exceptions. You can accompany him to where he is stationed, but he can be underway for a few months at a time (or more).
Stickitout, Old Guard has been there and will be very open about her experiences as a wife. To answer your question, If his ship goes out to see, you will not be going with him.
There are rates (jobs) that they are home most of the time though.
Being a military wife does require strength and independance.
Security cameras near the boat ramp show Ballard arriving with the kayak attached to his vehicle.
Women have earned their place in the Coast Guard throughout it's history, serving with distinction.
Sunday from Flight Service Station Gainesville that a white and brown aircraft failed to arrive in Cedar Key by noon from Brooksville. The last known radar contact from the aircraft was at a.m. A 45-foot Response Boat-Medium crew and a 38-foot Special Purpose Craft-Shallow water crew from Coast Guard Training Center Yorktown, a 29-foot Response Boat-Small crew from Coast Guard Station Milford Haven and an MH-60 Jawhawk helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina, all responded and remain on scene searching.Assets from the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office, the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and the Virginia Marine Police are also involved in the search.I just want to know what I'm getting myself into, before it's too late to change my mind. I just don't want to live a life where I end up married to someone who is gone for months at a time and stuff like that. Please and thanks 4 to 6 months deployment is a very real reality in the Coast Guard as well. You will be able to attend the meeting with your Boyfriends recruiter (if the boyfriend wishes) and ask all the questions you want. You will also move approximately every 3-4 years, sometimes more or less, depending on the circumstances. If he is on a cutter he will be gone approx 50% of the year. My cousin is married to a man in the army and he's gone like four to six months at a time and she practically raises their kid herself. My husband is currently stationed on a cutter that alternates being in port for 2 months with being underway for 2 months - so he is gone for roughly 6 months of the year, but in 2 month increments.
Whether under the auspices of the Revenue Cutter Service, the Lighthouse Service, the Life Saving Service or the Coast Guard of today.