Military dating regulations
It is issued at public expense to these units and to the various Corps of Army Music Bands for ceremonial use.
Other units may obtain Full Dress on occasion, as it can be worn whenever a parade is attended or ordained by the monarch or a member of the British Royal Family, including ceremonial parades, state funerals, and public duties around royal residences (such as the Changing of the Guard), or participating in the Lord Mayor's Show.
In fact, there are quite a few etiquette rules when a service member is in uniform that spouses should know.
Every military branch and installation is different, so some rules may be altered or vary in the level of enforcement, but here are some common regulations.
The age of consent for members of the military is 16 years of age.
This means that a member of the military who has sex with a person under the age of 16 is committing a crime.
Uniforms in the British Army are specific to the regiment (or corps) to which a soldier belongs.
The law does not list a specific punishment for the crime, but only states "as the Court-Martial may direct." This probably means for consensual sex that any punishment short of death can be imposed, including dishonorable discharge and prison time.
Unlike many state laws, the UCMJ does not have any provision making exceptions for parties who are close to the same age.
Because members are required to maintain professionalism in uniform, personal displays of affection are typically frowned upon except in certain situations.
For instance, moderate kissing and hugging is acceptable when there's a homecoming or deployment.