Officers dating ncos
Since then, it has become the authorized summer dress uniform for all officers (it replaced, in 2000, an all-white uniform, similar in appearance to that of the Naval Officer/CPO white dress uniform), SNCOs (unless they are in formation with NCOs and junior enlisted personnel who are not authorized to wear the uniform), and by NCOs and junior enlisted personnel for ceremonies and social events only, if authorized and provided by the command structure.
Like the Blue Dress uniform, the Blue-White Dress consists of an "A" and "B" uniform, and is worn in the same manner as that of the Blue Dress uniform, except for the trousers, skirt, or slacks being white instead of blue.
I spoke to my Commander in regards to this matter and he said that he will have to look up the definate regulations and if we are not within guidelines that he cannot look the other way.
I know that you are all asking why I even let my commander know that I was seeing an E5(no I did not disclose his identity) but it is due to some other underlining personal issues I have going on at home. My Commander did tell me to worry about my problems back home 1st and then if necessary we will address this issue at a later date.
General officers wear a 2 in (5.1 cm) wide stripe, field- and company-grade officers have a 1.5 in (3.8 cm) wide stripe, SNCOs and NCOs have a 1.125 in (2.86 cm) wide stripe.
General officers wear trousers that are the same color as the coat, while all other ranks wear medium (sky) blue trousers.
Below is the link to the entire pamphlet. letter of the law is not concrete. (Like if he's talking to your squad leader/ Platoon SGT to get you out of details, or better hours, or whatever.)There is no favortism at all.
Unlike the Dress Blues, the Blue-White Dress uniforms do not feature the "blood stripe".
As with the Dress Blues, the "A" is not authorized for leave and liberty wear.
We are both deployed in the same unit but in different plts. My roommate that works in admin said that if he is not in my direct chain of command that we are okay, I was also told that an NCO can date one rank up or one rank down...
I have asked a few Officers, NCOs and enlisted what the regulations are. In other words if he is an E-5 he can date an E-4 or E-6....
Among current uniforms in the United States Armed Forces, the Marine Corps dress uniforms have been in service the longest.