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The veteran walks through the house very deliberately, and pauses for a brief moment on his way to the back of the house, it appears to acknowledge the child calling out to him. At that point, the husband yells at the man to get out of his house. The husband keeps yelling as the man—who apparently is active duty— runs quickly off the property.
If marriage in the military is equal, then divorce should be equal, too.
This soldier's wife cheated on him with 60 different men. so he served sweet justice like no other
We have rules about military adultery for service members, why not have military spouse adultery rules, too? I think it is a problem.
I've spent my whole life in the Navy. I grew up in Navy housing where I saw my friends' mothers cheating on their husbands. The boat would go out and the boyfriend would come in. I remember catching my friend's mother eating lunch with another man and holding hands. As an adult who is married to a service member, I come across spouses who are cheating on their service member and then trying to evade punishment or simply not worrying about it.
Soldier discovered his wife cheated and slept with 60 other men. this is how he got his sweet revenge!
While their service members are held to a higher standard than they are, these spouses know they aren't in any real danger. I'm also in a couple of online groups for Navy spouses and some of what I see is astounding. I read posts from women who are pregnant with by a longtime lover or a one night stand who get online asking for legal advice to make sure their service member husbands still pay for the children. At the very least, these spouses want to make sure they come out well in the divorce -- no matter what they have done.
My husband and I were talking about one such case and he said that it isn't fair that the service member can be thrown out for infidelity when the spouse who cheats has no penalty at all. He might have a point. While many of us live in No-Fault Divorce states in which you don't have to prove there was any wrongdoing in order to get a divorce, I do wonder whether we need some kind of new adultery rules for military spouses.
The current rules about infidelity in the services should stand. I'm just wondering what would happen if there were similar rules or regulations for spouses, too.
Why not have a rule that says that if the spouse cheats, the service member will automatically pay no alimony, get dibs on custody of the children and be completely free of responsibility for any children out of wedlock as soon as a paternity test is given? Here's an idea: If you want to marry a service member, you have to a contract between you and the military agreeing that if adultery is proven, you will be coping with the terms above.
If you do notthen you do not get the health benefits, the military commissarythe Exchange or any life insurance benefits in the event of a tragedy.
If you do not agree to a no adultery clause, you cannot, in the eyes of the military, be a spouse. No Tricare.
Veteran catches his active duty marine wife cheating in the bathroom with “jody”
No SGLI. Adultery and the resulting divorce take a toll on our military by taking a toll on the wonderful men and women who serve.
Expectations of good conduct and forthrightness should cut both ways. Maybe such a contract would deter some people from marrying or keep some people honest. At the very least, it would be fair to the men and women in uniform. Let's deter adultery and make it clear that a few bad apples don't represent military spouses as a group.
Soldier found out his wife cheating
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