Question: What is an inappropriate relationship in the Army?

The U.S. Army standard for what constitutes an inappropriate leader-subordinate relationship is listed in AR 600-20 4-14b which states, relationships, (both opposite-gender and same-gender) are prohibited if they: — Compromise, or appear to compromise, the integrity of supervisory authority or the chain of command; —

What Army regulation covers inappropriate relationships?

AR 600-20, paragraph 4-14b, which is essentially unchanged from the previous Army policy on unprofessional relationships, prohibits relationships between soldiers of different rank which: Page 10 (1) Compromise, or appear to compromise, the integrity of supervisory authority or the chain of command.

What happens if you fraternize in the Army?

As with any court-martial process, the accused has access to counsel, the right to appeal, and many of the same rights civilian defendants have. The maximum punishment for a guilty verdict in a court-martial for fraternization is dismissal, forfeiture of pay, and confinement for two years.

Is it illegal to have relationships in the Army?

Fraternization is the concept of improper relationships in the military, which can range from business relationships to friendships to romantic relationships. Such relationships, when occurring between military members of different ranks and positions, are prohibited, as they can undermine the chain of command.

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