Military men seem pretty great at getting the ladies, and not just during Fleet Week in NYC, where hundreds of hot young Navy guys are greeted on the shores of N. Sorry, boys, it’s not just those things, though the uniforms and muscles do help.
“Normal” guys love to write their appeal off as “the uniform,” or the fact that they’re usually in great shape.
When contact and relationships exceed these standards and become those of "buddies" or peers, then fraternization exists.
The ladies and childrens attire is mostly made by us.
Almost any style of clothing that was worn in the United States during the 19th Century (1800s) (starting from the 1820's on, including Victorian, Edwardian, American Civil War, Indian Wars.
The Marine Corps fraternization policy is contained in Marine Corps Manual 1100.4.
Fraternization is the term used to describe improper personal and business relationships among Marines of different ranks or positions.
Guys in the military are focused on what’s important, our national security, and helping the world as a whole become safer.