Whether you belong or an admirer of those who belong to the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or other armed service divisions Military Singles Connection is the place to meet.

Read More Success Stories » About Military Singles Started in 2002, Military Singles Connection is the premier destination for dating for the thousands of men and women who serve or have served in the armed forces.

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We married in April of 2007 & currently live in St. He is presently deployed to Iraq, but we are more in love than ever!!!!!

Thank you so much for providing this service to military members, I would not have found him otherwise.

Even though dating someone in the military can be incredibly challenging on many different levels, there are numerous reasons why a man in the service could be your ideal beau:1. Nothing says sexy more than someone who is putting his life on the line to protect your freedoms and rights. Let's not pretend that the fact he's probably in the best shape of his life doesn't turn you on. Since your relationship will probably be long-distance at certain points and for long periods of time, communication becomes quintessential. It's not just because the tailored cut of a uniform perfectly accentuates his physical assets.

It's time to dust off your patriotic heels and show people who have served in the U. Armed Forces just how much you appreciate their sacrifices.

Being apart is hard, but it shouldn’t be hard to stay faithful. Uniforms are cute and all and ceremonies are exciting, but really, if you’re attached to the rank rather than the person, do yourself a favor and get out now.

That’s not a healthy way to begin a relationship and it’s not fair to the other person.

If you’re teetering on the edge of this particular path, think through the lifestyle before you jump in: (And don’t date him/her if you believe that “everyone cheats” during deployment.) Period. (So do people in the civilian world.) But that doesn’t mean everyone does, that we all agree with it, or that it’s even the “norm.” You will be separated from the person you love at some point during their career in the military. It’s okay to get frustrated, be angry, and cry, but you’ve got to pick yourself up and move on.