Dating an army man
I totally get him wanting to spend time with his family since hes never around them.He told me the last time he spent the holidays with them was in 2009. (to be distant) This is the first serious relationship I have had with someone in the military so I am a bit lost. He just text me when he was in California getting ready to leave at the airport apologizing that it had been a crazy hectic day and he didnt have a chance to do much since he had issues with his plane tickets. I don't know what he does but military people are very good at building compartments in their heads: this one is girlfriend, this one is labeled job, this one is labeled family, etc. I don't know what he does but military people are very good at building compartments in their heads: this one is girlfriend, this one is labeled job, this one is labeled family, etc.But there’s a reason the military men you meet, more so than other hot men in uniform (think firefighters, police officers, the UPS guy), are either in relationships, or don’t seem to have a lot of trouble meeting women. At the end of the day, most of these things are qualities any guy could bring to the table, if he really tried.Military men just already seem to have it: Military guys have a higher calling; they’re committed to serving their country, and their loyalty to the nation will take them to war zones, disaster areas, and anywhere they’re called to. You’ve seen “Band of Brothers,” you’ve heard of “no man left behind.” It’s all true.
But I’ve never come across anyone who has written about the perks of having a boyfriend in the army!Whether they fought the Nazis in 10 feet of snow with an ax handle and a pocket knife, or they battled al-Qaeda as a member of Delta Team Six, the stories are always an interesting look into the way the military works.Whether they’re 100 percent true or a little embellished, you’ll learn to revel in the stories of your veteran significant other — especially over a few drinks. Richard Page with his new bride, Janet, stands inside an M113 armored personnel carrier after their wedding ceremony at the Soldier’s Chapel, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, on Oct. Guidons of the 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, surround the newlywed couple.When you’re dating a civilian, they might sometimes leave a shirt or socks behind after a late-night visit.But if you’re dating a veteran, you may have to deal with a forgotten piece of their prosthetic, a utility knife, or something else you might not expect.