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“Deployments really help to put things into perspective,” said Jessica.“You don’t realize how much you take someone for granted until they aren’t there to unclog the drain, fix the fence in the backyard after the wind blows it down, or sit down to watch your favorite show together.” “We do our best to stay in close contact with Jay when he’s gone,” said Jessica.
Fraternization prohibitions can apply to any two soldiers of differing ranks and wherever an instructor/student relationship is present, even within a particular group.“Being married under normal circumstances can get tough at times but being married in the military requires a consistent effort being put forth by both members to keep the marriage healthy and happy.” “We’ve learned that in order to make it through this crazy life together we have to be willing to put in the work and not give up on each other,” Jessica said. Q: “My girlfriend and I are Christians but we are sexually active.Examples of fraternization include going to one another’s private homes or to clubs together, dating, sexual activities or any kind of favoritism.The senior ranking officer in such situations is considered to have greater ability to promptly discontinue any behaviors in breach of policy, but both soldiers are considered equally accountable.So from that day on, Jessica and Jay communicated regularly over the phone and had their first date at a local Mongolian barbecue restaurant.They hit it off immediately, Jessica said, and the rest is history.Danielle Hill has been writing, editing and translating since 2005.She has contributed to "Globe Pequot" Barcelona travel guide, "Gulfshore Business Magazine," "Connecting Lines: New Poetry from Mexico" and "The Barcelona Review." She has trained in neuro-linguistic programming and holds a Bachelor of Arts in comparative literature and literary translation from Brown University.read more read more Photo By Robert Lingley | SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. Jay Styles, Air Force Space Command Intelligence Reconnaissance and Surveillance command manager, kisses his wife Tech. Jessica Styles, Air Force Space Command enlisted aide to the commander.Through the Join Spouse Program they’ve been stationed together since getting married almost 13 years ago. “I was walking out to my car at Travis AFB, from my office building, and there was a security forces Airman trying to look for the VIN on my brand new car because I didn’t have plates yet,” said Jessica.