Dating in the army policy
This policy applies to relationships both between Army officers and enlisted members, and between Soldiers and members of other branches of the services, one of whom is enlisted and the other of whom is an officer.There is an exception for Guard and Reserve Soldiers when the relationship exists primarily due to civilian acquaintanceship as long as they are not in an activated status.
The fraternization policy begins with a statement of its purpose.
A policy should clearly spell out which conducts are forbidden and which are permitted.
For example, a policy may prohibit fraternization and romantic entanglements that, in the company’s view, pose a risk of a conflict of interest, disrupt business or create an unprofessional work environment.
Fraternization (from Latin frater, brother) is "turning people into brothers" by conducting social relations with people who are actually unrelated and/or of a different class (especially those with whom one works) as if they were siblings, family members, personal friends, or lovers.
To fraternize also means to become allies with someone, especially the enemy.