He needs to relax and enjoy himself instead of going from one war to the next. What can I do to draw attention to my soldier’s situation? Sincerely, Stuck in a Serious Situation ***** Dear Ms.
Vicki, I’m writing you to find out if I am being scammed by this man who I met on Facebook.
Unlike other sites, members here start out with something in common, love for military people or military related.
The common interest will help make dating easier and more effective.
Eventually, the scammer will ask for help, for various reasons, involving the victim sending money.
After the scammer gets all the money they can from the victim, the scammer drops communication, leaving the victim dumbfounded, hurt, confused, and out of a lot of money, which is rarely recovered.
Maybe you just met this person in the military and are curious about the “what-ifs” that come with the relationship.
Applicants with any of the following conditions are not qualified for processing to enlist.
He is a lieutenant colonel in the army and stationed at Fort Campbell.
We have been communicating online for the past year.
Dating someone in the military isn’t as glamorous as Hollywood makes it appear.
If you are considering seriously dating a man (or woman) in the military, there are a few things to consider.
Each week, I get letters by email, on my website, by Twitter and on Facebook from women who are sending money to Africa and Afghanistan to help service members come home. These are not men who are in the United States military. I tried to raise the money but was making myself sick trying. I really need your help because I’m trying to help my Army guy from Fort Campbell.