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This prohibition applies to permanent party personnel without regard to the installation of assignment of the permanent party member or the Soldier in Training.
Recruiters and permanent party personnel assigned or attached to the U. Army Recruiting Command or National Guard recruiting program are also prohibited from establishing personal relationships with potential prospects, applicants, members of the Delayed Entry Program or members of the Delayed Training Program not required by the recruiting mission is prohibited The intent of the existing regulation and the changes is to ensure good order and discipline throughout the force by limiting or prohibiting relationships between leaders and subordinates, which could damage the fabric of unit cohesion.
This custom recognizes the need to prevent use of a senior grade or position in such a way where it results in (or gives the appearance of) favoritism, preferential treatment, personal gain, or involves actions which otherwise may reasonably be expected to undermine good order, discipline, authority, or high unit morale.
In like manner, custom requires that junior personnel recognize and respect the authority inherent in a senior's grade, rank, or position.
Additionally, personal relationships between Chief Petty Officers (E-7 to E-9) and junior personnel (E-1 to E-6), who are assigned to the same command, which are unduly familiar and that do not respect differences in grade or rank are prohibited.“Dating" between members is prohibited in those cases where such activity constitutes fraternization as discussed in the foregoing paragraphs.
As with most things in the Army, if a Soldier is unsure of the rules or their application, he/she should ask the question before risking action.
Soldiers can always speak to their chain of command, the Staff Judge Advocate Legal Assistance Team or the Inspector General to get clarification.
It is my policy that all members of this organization will conduct themselves in a manner that is professional at all times.
We will actively seek ways to foster a positive and supportive working environment that respects the differences in rank and grade.