it seems odd but i have heard marines have rules on dating.For instants their girlfriends can not hold there right hand,kiss them in public and hug them if they are in uniform. Yes there are rules as to how you may conduct yourself in uniform.In practice this means that if a serving soldier commits a crime they can be prosecuted in the criminal courts.Military law does also recognise that certain offences are specific to the armed forces, such as being AWOL (Absence Without Leave).Also if you where to go see your boyfriend off for Deployment they tend to look the other way as far as hand holding hugging and kissing goes. Remember to keep PDA to a minim when your boyfriend is in uniform and you should be fine.This rule only applies when he is in military uniform.I also heard that they have guide lines for what they are aloud to do in bed. The reason for these rules is to up hold the highest manner of military professionalism while in uniform.Holding hands in while in uniform and blatant displays of public affections are generally looked upon as every unprofessional. I.e if you have children we are not so mean that you can hug or kiss your child while in uniform.
The goal isn't to discourage soldiers from having any interpersonal relationships, or to prevent team-building among units, but to avoid unfair treatment and the appearance of unfair treatment between an officer or NCO and his subordinates.So when ever he is in his civilian clothes he can do whatever he wants. Whatever you do in your free time is your business.Now get caught doing your thing on government property and that becomes another matter.It's possible, and that's what makes such relationships inappropriate in the Army.Some relationships between certain categories of soldiers, such as non-commissioned officers and enlisted personnel, are also prohibited under the Army's fraternization policy.